Title(s): Clinical Assistant Professor
Department: Community and Behavioral Health
Dr. Daniel-Ulloa has a broad range of research and public health interests, all guided by the principles of community-based participatory research and focused in Latino communities. His primary work is focused on HPV vaccination in rural Latino communities, including developing collaborations between clinics, public health and community organizations. In addition, Dr. Daniel-Ulloa, conducts research in the area of Latino men’s health, especially in developing community organizations to address priorities in the community. The third line of work involves working with Latino college men to develop healthy masculinity and decrease gender-based violence.
- Fundamentals of Public Health
- Intersectionality and Health Disparities of Latinx Peoples
- Health equity and social justice in public health research and practice
- HPV vaccinations in rural Latino communities
- Healthy masculinity among Latino men and decreasing gender-based violence