Leonardo Colemon

Leonardo Colemon has worked in HIV Research and Evaluation for the past 6 years.  Mr. Colemon is currently responsible for development and programming of the web-based study questionnaire, all study operations, and data management with the NARLA Study.  In addition, he liaisons with community partners and assists in site technical assistance and training as well as study progress monitoring and feedback related to technical and operational concerns.  Mr. Colemon was the Los Angeles area Coordinator for ‘Positive Connections’, a 3-arm Randomized Controlled Trial funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH).  This study was conducted in 7 US HIV Epicenters and evaluates 3 HIV Interventions. Mr. Colemon also gained research experience from coordinating a UARP funded study looking at the behaviors of Men who have sex with Men and Women.   He also gained research experience at the University of California, Los Angeles in which he was project coordinator for an HIV prevention study focusing on reducing risky sexual behaviors of among young men of color.  For this project, Mr. Colemon will be responsible for development, programming and maintenance of the web-based study questionnaire, study operations, and data management.  In addition, he will serve as liaison with our community partners and will assist in site technical assistance and training as well as study progress monitoring and feedback related to technical and operational concerns.

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