Dr. Angelique C. Harris
Associate Dean for Diversity & Inclusion, Executive Director, Associate Professor
Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, Faculty Development for BU Medical Campus, Department of Medicine and in the Section, General Internal Medicine
Angelique C. Harris, PhD, is the Associate Dean for Diversity & Inclusion at the Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, the Executive Director of Faculty Development for BU Medical Campus, and Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine and in the Section, General Internal Medicine. Dr. Harris creates, implements, and leads innovative programs, trainings, and initiatives designed to promote more inclusive working and learning environments for faculty, students, and staff in the academic health sciences and STEMM. An applied medical sociologist, Dr. Harris’s other areas of research include health and community activism, race and ethnicity, gender and sexualities, religious studies, cultural studies, and has conducted extensive research exploring sociocultural constructions of health, illness, and medicine within structurally marginalized communities. Dr. Harris has authored and co-authored dozens of books, articles, and essays, including Womanist AIDS Activism in the United States: “It’s Who We Are” (Roman & Littlefield, 2022).