Sean Arayasirikul, PhD

PhD, 12/2016 - Medical Sociology, University of California San Francisco
Honors and Awards
  • Fellow, Inter-CFAR Implementation Science Fellowship Program, 2021
  • Diversity Scholar, Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions, 2018-2021
  • Minority Fellowship Program, American Sociological Association, 2011
  • Graduate Dean’s Health Sciences Fellowship, University of California San Francisco, 2010-2016
  • Eugene Cota-Robles Fellowship, University of California San Francisco, 2010-2012
  1. The Dose Response Effects of Digital HIV Care Navigation on Mental Health and Viral Suppression Among Young People Living With HIV: Single-Arm, Prospective Study With a Pre-Post Design.
  2. HIV prevalence, engagement in care, and risk behavior among trans women, San Francisco: Evidence of recent successes and remaining challenges.
  3. Prevalence and Correlates of Violence Experienced by Trans Women.
  4. A global cautionary tale: discrimination and violence against trans women worsen despite investments in public resources and improvements in health insurance access and utilization of health care.
  5. In Their Own Words: How Trans Women Acquired HIV Infection.
  6. A Technology-Based Intervention Among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men and Nonbinary People (The [email protected] Project): Protocol for A Vanguard Mixed Methods Study.
  7. Expanding the Pie-Differentiated PrEP Delivery Models to Improve PrEP Uptake in the San Francisco Bay Area.
  8. Improved PrEP Awareness and Use among Trans Women in San Francisco, California.
  9. HIV Care Engagement Among Trans Women of Color in San Francisco Bay Area Demonstration Projects: Findings from the Brandy Martell Project and TransAccess.
  10. Experiences and factors associated with transphobic hate crimes among transgender women in the San Francisco Bay Area: comparisons across race.
  11. Population-based HIV prevalence, stigma and HIV risk among trans women in Nepal.
  12. Intercategorical and Intracategorical Experiences of Discrimination and HIV Prevalence Among Transgender Women in San Francisco, CA: A Quantitative Intersectionality Analysis.
  13. Prevalence and Correlates of Nonprescription Hormone Use Among Trans Women in São Paulo, Brazil.
  14. Disparities in HIV-related risk and socio-economic outcomes among trans women in the sex trade and effects of a targeted, anti-sex-trafficking policy.
  15. Predictors of Internet Health Information-Seeking Behaviors Among Young Adults Living With HIV Across the United States: Longitudinal Observational Study.
  16. Event-Level Association Between Daily Alcohol Use and Same-Day Nonadherence to Antiretroviral Therapy Among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men and Trans Women Living With HIV: Intensive Longitudinal Study.
  17. Awareness and Willingness to use HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Among Trans Women in China: A Community-Based Survey.
  18. A cross-sectional study of mental health, suicidal ideation and suicide attempt among transgender women in Jiangsu province, China.
  19. Technology-Based Stepped Care to Stem Transgender Adolescent Risk Transmission: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial (TechStep).
  20. Does the Use of Motivational Interviewing Skills Promote Change Talk Among Young People Living With HIV in a Digital HIV Care Navigation Text Messaging Intervention?
  21. Qualitative Evaluation of Social Media and Mobile Technology Interventions Designed to Improve HIV Health Outcomes for Youth and Young Adults Living With HIV: A HRSA SPNS Initiative.
  22. Disparities in the PrEP continuum for trans women compared to MSM in San Francisco, California: results from population-based cross-sectional behavioural surveillance studies.
  23. Efficacy and Impact of Digital HIV Care Navigation in Young People Living With HIV in San Francisco, California: Prospective Study.
  24. Low PrEP Awareness and Use Among People Who Inject Drugs, San Francisco, 2018.
  25. Understanding Contemplators' Knowledge and Awareness of the Physical Activity Guidelines.
  26. Digital HIV Care Navigation for Young People Living With HIV in San Francisco, California: Feasibility and Acceptability Study.
  27. Implementing a Digital HIV Care Navigation Intervention (Health eNav): Protocol for a Feasibility Study.
  28. Underutilization of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Services Among Transgender and Nonbinary Youth: Findings from Project Moxie and TechStep.
  29. Parent/Caregiver Responses to Gender Identity Associated With HIV-Related Sexual Risk Behavior Among Young Trans Women in San Francisco.
  30. Social Inequity and Structural Barriers to Completion of Ecological Momentary Assessments for Young Men Who Have Sex With Men and Trans Women Living With HIV in San Francisco.
  31. Promising Approaches for Engaging Youth and Young Adults Living with HIV in HIV Primary Care Using Social Media and Mobile Technology Interventions: Protocol for the SPNS Social Media Initiative.
  32. Partnership-level correlates of sexual risk taking within the sexual partnerships of young transwomen in San Francisco, California.
  33. Spilling the T on Trans-Misogyny and Microaggressions: An Intersectional Oppression and Social Process Among Trans Women.
  34. Housing and income effects on HIV-related health outcomes in the San Francisco Bay Area - findings from the SPNS transwomen of color initiative.
  35. Transphobia-Based Violence, Depression, and Anxiety in Transgender Women: The Role of Body Satisfaction.
  36. Examining the Effects of Transphobic Discrimination and Race on HIV Risk Among Transwomen in San Francisco.
  37. Unevenness in Health at the Intersection of Gender and Sexuality: Sexual Minority Disparities in Alcohol and Drug Use Among Transwomen in the San Francisco Bay Area.
  38. Brief Report: Psychosocial Predictors of Engagement in Sexual Risk Behavior Among Trans*female Youth Aged 16-24 Years in San Francisco.
  39. The Transgender Women of Color Initiative: Implementing and Evaluating Innovative Interventions to Enhance Engagement and Retention in HIV Care.
  40. The Impact of Discrimination on the Mental Health of Trans*Female Youth and the Protective Effect of Parental Support.
  41. Types of social support and parental acceptance among transfemale youth and their impact on mental health, sexual debut, history of sex work and condomless anal intercourse.
  42. A Web 2.0 and Epidemiology Mash-Up: Using Respondent-Driven Sampling in Combination with Social Network Site Recruitment to Reach Young Transwomen.
  43. Awareness, Interest, and HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Candidacy Among Young Transwomen.
  44. Non-Prescribed Hormone Use and Barriers to Care for Transgender Women in San Francisco.
  45. A Qualitative Examination of Respondent-Driven Sampling (RDS) Peer Referral Challenges Among Young Transwomen in the San Francisco Bay Area.
  46. Differential HIV risk for racial/ethnic minority trans*female youths and socioeconomic disparities in housing, residential stability, and education.
  47. Connecting the dots: examining transgender women's utilization of transition-related medical care and associations with mental health, substance use, and HIV.
  48. Access to HIV Care and Support Services for African American Transwomen Living with HIV.
  49. Migration and illicit drug use among two types of male migrants in Shanghai, China.