Joseph Daniels is an Associate Professor in the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. His research focuses on the development, implementation and evaluation of social and behavioral interventions that will address health disparities and foster thriving individuals and communities. Most of his work focuses on improving outcomes for HIV, TB and cancer treatment among sexual and gender minorities and cisgender men globally with current research in these areas with collaborators in South Africa and the U.S. Specifically, one aim of his research is to develop interventions that will harness resiliency by building individual and couple coping and communcation skills. Another aim of his research is to design and assess the effectiveness of such interventions using different modalities like telehealth, eHealth and mHealth along with evaluating the usability and feasibilty of point-of-care diagnostics in healthcare decision-making and patient-provider communication. Across these aims, health system strengthening and sustainability through training and mentoring are core elements to his work.
Ph.D. University of Washington
My publications may be found here.
NIMH 1R34 MH125790-01A1: Tailoring Healthy Relationships to Improve HIV Treatment Outcomes for MSM in South Africa—The MR Study. 03/2021-02/2024. Role: Principal Investigator
NIAID 1R21 AI163977-01: Measuring Real-Time Influences of Mental and Tangible Resources on Men’s TB Treatment Lapses and Adherence Behaviors. 08/2021-07/2023. Role: Principal Investigator
NIAID 1R21AI148852-01: Identifying Men's Preferences for a Male-Centered TB Care Intervention. 01/2020-12/2022. Role: Principal Investigator
NIMH 5R01MH114648-03: The Community PrEP Study. 09/2017-06/2022. Role: Co-Investigator