The Sexual Health and Reproductive Experiences (SHARE) Lab, directed by Dr. Madina Agénor, is a collaborative, multidisciplinary research group at Tufts University. The SHARE Lab conducts cutting-edge quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods research on the patient-, provider-, and policy-level societal determinants of sexual and reproductive health inequities in relation to various dimensions of social inequality – especially sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, and gender identity – using an intersectional lens.
Topics of study include: intersecting sexual orientation, racial/ethnic, and nativity disparities in cervical cancer screening and human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination; sexual and reproductive health of sexual minority women, including Black sexual minority women; sexual and reproductive health of transmasculine individuals, including transmasculine people of color; and impact of policy– and provider-level factors on cancer prevention disparities and reproductive health equity.
Join the SHARE Lab!
If you are an undergraduate, masters, or doctoral student or postdoctoral research fellow interested in joining the SHARE Lab, please visit https://sites.tufts.edu/sharelab/ for more information about current research opportunities.