Wayne State University
Angulique Outlaw, Ph.D.

Angulique Outlaw, Ph.D.

Associate Professor



60 W. Hancock Room 119


Angulique Outlaw, Ph.D.

Dr. Angulique Outlaw is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences at the Wayne State University (WSU) School of Medicine. She is also the Director of Prevention Services for Horizons Project, a grant-funded, comprehensive continuum of care program for at-risk youth and youth living with HIV ages 13 – 24. Dr. Outlaw has worked in the field of HIV for over 20 years. She has provided clinical services for children, youth, and adults living with HIV, and has expertise in the areas of academic/service research, intervention development, and program evaluation. She is a pediatric psychologist with significant expertise in designing, implementing, and evaluating interventions for high-risk youth utilizing community-based participatory research (CBPR) practices. Dr. Outlaw is currently the Management Core Co-Lead for WSU’s site grant to Adolescent Medicine Trials Network (ATN) for HIV/AIDs Interventions (U19 mechanism), and has several locally funded projects (via state and foundation funding) focusing on HIV prevention and testing, referral and linkage; group-level, skills building, HIV prevention programming (primary and secondary prevention), and health promotion for youth and young adults living with HIV.

Area of Expertise

Dr. Outlaw’s research focuses on the sexual health and well-being of adolescents and young adults. Her major areas of focus are HIV primary and secondary prevention (e.g., HIV testing, group-level prevention programming) and care (e.g., medication adherence, linkage and retention in care) with target populations (e.g., sexual minorities).


Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences


WSU School of Medicine