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David Bimbi
Position: Associate Professor
Campus Affiliation: LaGuardia Community College
Phone: 202-320-4520
Degrees/Diplomas: PhD, Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York
Research Interests: Behavioral health focused HIV/AIDS (prevention, treatment & care), sexual behavior and drug/alcohol use/misuse among stigmatized populations (e.g., LGBT persons, racial/ethnic minorities).
Professional Interests:
  • Health behavior theory
  • Substance use
  • HIV/AIDS – sexual behavior
  • LGBT issues

Book Titles & Chapters:

Bimbi, D. S., & Parsons, J. T. (2005). Cause and effect: Attributions about becoming HIVpositive and safer sex decision making (pp. 133 – 145). In P. N. Halkitis, C. A. Gomez, & R.J. Wolitski (Eds.), HIV + sex: The psychological and interpersonal dynamics of HIVseropositive gay and bisexual men's relationships. Washington, D.C., APA Publications.
 
Bimbi, D. S., & Parsons, J. T. (2005). Barebacking among Internet based male sex workers. In P. N. Halkitis, L. Wilton, & J. Drescher (Eds.), Barebacking: Psychosocial and public heath approaches (pp. 89-110). Haworth Press. [Simultaneously published in Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy, 9, 89-110].
 
Bimbi, D. S. (2007). Male prostitution: Pathology, paradigms and progress in research. In T.G. Morrison & B. W. Whitehead (Eds.), Male Sex Work: A business doing pleasure (pp 7-35). Haworth Press [Simultaneously published in Journal of Homosexuality, 53, 7-35].
 
Parsons, J. T., Koken, J. A., & Bimbi, D. S. (2007). Looking beyond HIV: Eliciting individual and community needs of male Internet escorts. In T. G. Morrison & B. W. Whitehead (Eds.), Male Sex Work: A business doing pleasure (pp 219-240). Haworth Press[Simultaneously published in Journal of Homosexuality, 53, 219-240].
 
Wells, B. E., Bimbi, D. S., Tider, D., VanOra, J., & Parsons, J. T. (2007). Preventative health behaviors among lesbian and bisexually identified women. In S. Kerr & R. Mathy (Eds.), Preventive Health Measures for Lesbian and Bisexual Women (pp. 1-13). Haworth press.[Simultaneously published in Women & Health, 44, 1-13].

Selected Publications

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Education
PhD, Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York, 2007