Larry E. Burrell II is a doctoral student in the Clinical and Health Psychology program at the University of Florida and a McKnight Doctoral Fellow. Broadly speaking his research interest are in addressing health disparities in minority and under-served populations. Specifically, he is interested in HIV prevention / intervention strategies and related topics, particularly in MSM populations. Prior to coming to the University of Florida, Larry received his Masters in clinical psychology from Loyola University in Baltimore , MD after completing his thesis “Social Categorization of Down Low Identified Males: Taking the Low Down out of the Down Low” in 2012. Larry obtained his Bachelors degree in Psychology with Honors from Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA in 2006. Aside from his professional interests Larry is also and avid science fiction fan and lover of the arts, especially music. A personal highlight for him was being able to attend “Beyoncé Live” at the Revel Hotel and Casino in 2012. Larry is very pleased to be apart of the IRG and encourages any interested parties to contact him regarding any of his experiences or potential research collaborations.