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Hunter Drake

Hunter Drake is a psychology and public health researcher and adjunct instructor at the University of South Florida. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology, and a certificate in data analysis and is currently working toward a Ph.D. in public health. Hunter works as a graduate research assistant at the USF College of Public Health and holds a data analysis position at the USF Health Department of Pediatric Infectious Disease. He also serves as the research manager for the REACH Youth Center working with youth living with HIV. Hunter’s research focus is on developing VR HIV-related stigma reduction interventions.