Terrell J.A. Winder received his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2017. An urban ethnographer, Dr. Winder's research areas include race & ethnicity, sexuality & sexual health, qualitative & quantitative research methods, and education. His current research examines stigma response processes among stigmatized populations negotiating more than one stigma simultaneously. His research has been published in Qualitative Sociology, AIDS Patient Care & STDs, the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, and the Journal of Medical Internet Research. His work on mobile applications as a health intervention has also been covered in the Los Angeles Times. His current book project, Unspoiling Identity: How Black, Gay Men Learn to Overcome Stigma, is a multi-method examination of anti-gay stigma response among young Black gay men in Los Angeles.