Projects per year
The Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender (CTSG) brings together researchers from across the University of Brighton who are working on themes related to sexuality, gender and social change with a core focus on producing research with community partners that impacts on policy and practice.
The CTSG has longstanding strengths in research relevant to LGBT Queer Lives as well as sex, sexuality and health, with other hubs of activity emerging. Many of our researchers have a shared commitment to feminist, post-structuralist and queer theoretical approaches and use a variety of methodologies that are participatory, visual and creative.
The centre offers researchers access to its own methodological space - The Creative Methods Lab - a brand-new and beautifully designed room where researchers meet to develop and conduct research, using state-of the-art visual and audio recording equipment. Centre activities are disseminated regularly via seminars and workshops. We also host a number of international conferences, and provide a lively and collegiate research culture to support doctoral students and academic staff alike.
- School of Health Sciences - Reader
- Centre for Arts and Wellbeing
- Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender
- Centre of Resilience for Social Justice
- Long-term Conditions and Rehabilitation Research and Enterprise Group
- Public Health and Wellbeing Research and Enterprise Group
Pathways between LGBTQ migration, social isolation and mental distress: The temporal-relational-spatial experiences of LGBTQ mental health service-users.
1/09/20 → 31/08/21
Project: Research Councils / Government Depts.
Myketiak, C., 2022, (Accepted/In press) Palgrave.
Research output: Book/Report › Book - authored
Estimating the percentage of European MSM eligible for PrEP: insights from a bio-behavioural survey in thirteen citiesCordioli, M., Gios, L., Huber, J., Sherriff, N., Folch, C., Alexiev, I., Dias, S., Nöstlinger, C., Gama, A., Naseva, E., Stanekova, D., Ulrich, M., Schink, S., Rosińska, M., Blondeel, K., Toskin, I. & Mirandola, M., 13 Jan 2021, In : Sexually Transmitted Infections.
Research output: Contribution to journal › ArticleOpen AccessFile