Gregory Sallabank is a Research Center Manager at The Center for Sexuality and Health Disparities based in the University of Michigan School of Nursing. Gregory managers the operations of the center and provides support to faculty and staff, plus strategic direction across multiple projects. He is also a research project manager for an NIH funded feasibility study for at-home HIV and STI testing. He has previously collaborated with research teams focusing on LGBTQ sexual heath, stigma and healthcare access. Gregory’s career developed at the forefront of municipal government in the UK working extensively in the fields of homelessness, deprived neighborhoods and safeguarding children. This led to a focus practically and academically on the impact of policy on vulnerable and under-served populations. Specifically targeting social equity, housing and health disparities.