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Meet the members of FIFSW’s CRUISElab!

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FIFSW’s CRUISElab is an interdisciplinary social work research lab that community-based research methods and principles to examine the optimal health and wellbeing of gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (GBM). Grounded in a commitment to social justice, the lab focuses, in particular, on men who are marginalized by age, ethnoracial identity, HIV status, location, socio-economic status and/or Indigenous identity. Professor David Brennan is the lab’s founder and director.

The lab recently published a video to share more about its work and to introduce the many people who make its work possible.

Visit CRUISElab’s website to learn more about its projects, to find resources, journal articles and reports.


The 2SHAWLS study foregrounds Indigenous knowledges and experiences to highlight the resilience of two-spirit men living long-term with HIV

healthXaudio podcast interviews David Brennan about his HIV research and work to support the health of LGBT communities

Professor David Brennan’s research on blood donor screening policies offers alternatives

Social media and sexual health: U of T researchers recruit ‘health ambassadors’ for popular gay networking app