Gail Wyatt, Ph.D.
Work Phone Number:
UCLA Psychr & Biobehav Sci
BOX 951759, 28-231 Semel
Los Angeles, CA 90095
760 Westwood Plaza
Mail Code 175919
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Sexual Health Programs
Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
A Short Biography:
Dr. Wyatt is a clinical psychologist, sex therapist and professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA. She was an NIMH Research Scientist Career Development Awardee for 17 years. She has conducted national and international research since 1980, funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health, the National Institute of Drug Abuse, state and private foundations.
Dr. Wyatt is Director of the UCLA Sexual Health Program, an Associate Director of the UCLA AIDS Institute and coordinates a core of behavioral scientists who consult with other researchers to recruit underserved populations and conduct research that effectively incorporates socio-cultural factors into HIV/AIDS research. Dr. Wyatt has received numerous awards and honors for her scientific accomplishments, mentoring, and teaching. She has also testified before the United States Congress eight times on issues related to health policy. She was the first African-American woman to be licensed as a psychologist in the state of California.
Sumner Lekeisha A, Valentine Jeanette, Eisenman David, Ahmed Sawsann, Myers Hector, Wyatt Gail, Liu Honghu, Zhang Muyu, Rodriguez Michael A
The influence of prenatal trauma, stress, social support, and years of
residency in the US on postpartum maternal health status among
Maternal and child health journal,
Wyatt Gail E, Hamilton Alison B, Myers Hector F, Ullman Jodie B, Chin Dorothy, Sumner Lekeisha A, Loeb Tamra B, Carmona Jennifer V, Zhang Muyu, Liu Honghu
Violence prevention among HIV-positive women with histories of
violence: healing women in their communities.
Women's health issues : official publication of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health,
2011; 21(6 Suppl):
Gupta R N, Wyatt Gail E, Swaminathan Soumya, Rewari B B, Locke Thomas F, Ranganath Vijayalakshmi, Sumner Lekeisha A, Liu Honghu
Correlates of relationship, psychological, and sexual behavioral factors for HIV risk among Indian women.
Cultural diversity & ethnic minority psychology,
Myers Hector F, Wyatt Gail E, Loeb Tamra Burns, Carmona Jennifer Vargas, Warda Umme, Longshore Douglas, Rivkin Inna, Chin Dorothy, Liu Honghu
Severity of child sexual abuse, post- traumatic stress and risky sexual behaviors among HIV-positive women.
AIDS and behavior,