Chenoia N. Bryant


Research Interests: Gender, Sexuality, and Health; Consequences of Sexual and Social Behaviors in Marginalized and Minority Populations; HIV; Global Health; Social Determinants of Health and Health Disparities


  • MPH, Health Care Organization & Policy, Maternal & Child Health Concentration, Global Health Studies Certificate; University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2012
  • BS, Biology; Miles College, 2004


  • Sparkman Global Health Fellowship, 2013
  • STEP-U7P in STEM Lead Science Institute Outstanding Instructor, 2012
  • Maternal & Child Health Training Grant Recipient, 2010-12
  • William Randolph Hearst Scholarship, 2010-12
  • STEP-UP in STEM Lead Science Institute Educator, 2008
  • Denise Giannini Community Service Award, 2005
  • Miles College Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) Outstanding Scholar, 2004


  • Brown, J.L., Bryant, C., Sales, J.M., Davis, T.L., & DiClemente, R.J. (2013). Management of infectious diseases: HIV. In Encyclopedia of School Health, D. C. Wiley & A. C. Cory, Eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Odero, M., Hatcher, A.H., Bryant, C., Onono, M., Bukusi, E.A., & Turan, J.M (accepted). Responses to and resources for gender-based violence experienced during pregnancy: a qualitative study of women, men, and service providers in rural Nyanaza Province, Kenya. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.