Stanton Jacinto is a Clinical Research Assistant in the division and at PolicyLab at CHOP. Stanton received his BFA in Dance and Minor in Sociology from New York University, and most recently his MSW from the University of Pennsylvania in May 2018. Previously, Stanton was a Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) Fellow at CHOP, where he supported adolescents and young adults and their families on the Adolescent Medicine Inpatient Unit as well as at CHOP’s Gender and Sexuality Development Clinic. Stanton previously worked on a project aimed at improving self-efficacy, education, and safe-sex practices among young men who have sex with men (YMSM), in addition to a project aimed at determining how social support may impact adherence to HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in young men and transgender women of color. Currently, Stanton is working on research focused on HIV prevention and improving the health outcomes of youth living with HIV by utilizing health technology. He provides support in conducting literature reviews, data management, medical chart review, recruitment, and consent.