Brett Goshe

Graduate Student, Psychology (Affiliate)

Research Overview

Before arriving at UConn, I worked at Fenway Health in Boston where I developed a strong background in HIV research with a specific focus on medication adherence and transmission prevention. Currently I am a T32 HIV/AIDS Training Grant fellow focusing on safer sex barriers that MSM experience and put them at risk for HIV transmission.


Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Indiana, PA
Bachelor of Arts, Honors Program in Psychology, 2004-2008

University of Connecticut; Storrs, CT
Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology, 2012-present

Featured Publications

Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts: Published or In Press

Blashill, A. J., O’Cleirigh, C., Mayer, K. H., Goshe, B. M., & Safren, S. A. (in press). Body mass index, depression, and sexual transmission risk behaviors among HIV-positive MSM. AIDS and Behavior.

Safren, S. A., O’Cleirigh, C., Skeer, M. R., Driskell, J., Goshe, B. M., Covahey, C., & Mayer, K. H. (2010). Demonstration and evaluation of a peer-delivered, individually-tailored, HIV prevention intervention for HIV-infected MSM in their primary care settingAIDS and Behavior, 15(5), 949-58.

Manuscripts Under Editorial Review

Mayer, K. H., Skeer, M. R., O’Cleirigh, C., Goshe, B. M., & Safren, S. A. (2011). Potential Transmitting Behaviors Among HIV-Infected Men who have Sex with Men Engaged in Primary Care: Implications for Focused Prevention Strategies. Manuscript under review.

Contact Information
Mailing AddressDepartment of Psychology
406 Babbidge Road, Unit 1020
(Bousfield Building, BOUS)
Storrs, CT 06269-1020