Research & Publications
Dr. Chiaramonte is an Associate Research Scientist at Yale School of Public Health in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Chiaramonte is a part of the Yale LGBTQ Mental Health Initiative and conducts community-engaged research that promotes health equity for sexual and gender minorities through organization and system-level change, particularly in the areas of LGBTQ mental health, sexual health, and gender-based violence.
As a community psychologist and implementation scientist, Dr. Chiaramonte works from an ecological perspective conducting research in collaboration with community organizations and/or communities they serve to improve how interventions can be effectively embedded into real-world practice. Her current work focuses on implementing sustainable LGBTQ-affirmative mental health interventions in community settings.
Education & Training
- T32 Postdoctoral FellowYale University (2022)
- PhDMichigan State University, Ecological-Community Psychology (2020)
- MAMichigan State University, Ecological-Community Psychology (2016)
- BADePaul University, Communication Studies/Psychology (2013)
|Yale LGBTQ Affinity Group||Co-Chair of Yale LGBTQ Affinity Group - https://lgbtqaffinity.yale.edu/||2021 - 2023|
|Yale Postdoctoral Association - Racial Justice Subcommittee||Co-Chair and Co-founder of YPA Racial Justice Subcommittee: https://ypa.yale.edu/what-ypa/racial-justice-subcommittee||2020 - 2022|