Adjunct Assistant Teaching Professor, Health Systems and Population Health
Assistant Teaching Professor, Nursing and Health Studies, Bothell
Community-based participatory research; reducing health disparities in Latinx communities; ways in which masculinity and masculine roles are developed, maintained and ultimately influence Latino men’s health and well-being
Jason Daniel-Ulloa is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Health Systems and Population Health. He is trained in community-based participatory research and practice and has worked in local, statewide and national partnerships focused on STD/HIV prevention, vaccine promotion, cancer prevention and men’s health. In his work, he examines the intersection of race, class and gender on overall health and well-being. Daniel-Ulloa has a joint doctorate in public health from San Diego State University and the University of California San Diego.
PhD Public Health, Joint Doctoral Program (SDSU and UCSD), 2011
MPH San Diego State University, 2006
BA Psychology, San Diego State University, 2003