About David J Malebranche
David J. Malebranche, MD, MPH, is a board-certified Internal Medicine physician and expert in men's health, racial inequities in medicine, and LGBT health, as well as the prevention and treatment of HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI). He is currently an Associate Professor of Medicine and the Medical Director of Student & Employee Health Services at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Malebranche is an experienced qualitative HIV behavioral prevention researcher who has completed several studies on sexual health among Black men of diverse sexualities.
Dr. Malebranche has published over 40 articles in medical and public health journals such as The Annals of Internal Medicine, The American Journal of Public Health, JAMA, and the Lancet, He is known as a dynamic speaker worldwide and has appeared in documentaries on CNN, ABC News Primetime, TV One, and Black Entertainment Television (BET) for his expertise on HIV in the Black community. Dr. Malebranche served as a member of the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) from 2006 – 2008 and was the HIV clinical expert on WebMD from 2010 - 2012. He also appears in the video series #AsktheHIVDoc, which promotes HIV education for same gender-loving men, and Revolutionary Health, a weekly Facebook Live health web series that is part of The Counter Narrative Project, and advocacy organization for Black same gender loving men. In 2015, Dr. Malebranche published his first book, a memoir about his father entitled Standing on His Shoulders. He currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
|Present||Associate Professor, Morehouse School of Medicine ‐ Department of General Medicine|
HIV Clinical Evaluation and Treatment, Internal Medicine, Behavioral HIV Prevention Research among Black MSM, Racial Disparities in HIV among Black Men, Men's Health, and LGBT Health
|BA, Princeton University|
|MD, Emory University ‐ School of Medicine|
|MPH, Columbia University - Mailman School of Public Health|
Black MSM and HIV (7)
Health Care Access (5)
The Case for Extragenital Screening of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria ...
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (2017)
Background: Although the Centers for Disease Control and Preventiondoes not recommend routine oropharyngeal and anorectal screening forChlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria ...
Healthcare Providers’ Formative Experiences with Race and Black Male Patients ...
Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities (2017)
Objective We explored health providers’ formative personaland professional experiences with race and Black men as away to assess their potential ...
Racial Disparities (1)
Measuring Black Men’s Police-Based Discrimination Experiences: Development and Validation ...
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology (2017)
Objectives: Although social science research has examined police and law enforcement-perpetrateddiscrimination against Black men using policing statistics and implicit bias ...