Calvin Fitch, PhD is an Affiliated Investigator at The Fenway Institute. He is also a Staff Psychologist in Behavioral Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. He completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Miami. He is broadly interested in psychosocial (e.g., depression, trauma) and structural (e.g., unstable housing) factors that influence HIV/STI risk and HIV mortality in Black MSM. Dr. Fitch hopes to channel these interests into the development of effective and culturally sensitive interventions for racial and sexual minorities at high risk for HIV infection or poorer HIV prognosis. His current funding from NIH will focus on developing and piloting a telehealth-delivered peer navigation and coping skills intervention to increase uptake and adherence to biomedical HIV prevention (i.e., PrEP) in Black men who have sex with men.