Paz Galupo

Paz’s (they/she) research interests focus on the intersection of sexual orientation and gender identity, with a particular focus on understanding nonbinary expressions of bisexual and trans experience. Paz’s long-standing research program centers those most marginalized in the LGBTQ+ community (i.e., transgender, bisexual, and LGBTQ+ Black, Indigenous, and People of Color [BIPOC]). Paz has published over 100 peer reviewed articles and chapters and developed eight different research measures. Prior to joining the Brown School, Paz served as Professor of Psychology at Towson University.

Paz is currently Editor for the Journal of Bisexuality and Associate Editor for the International Journal of Transgender Health, the official journal for the World Professional Association for Transgender Health. In 2019, Paz was appointed as Editor for Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity (the official journal for Division 44 of the American Psychological Association). 

Paz currently holds two NIH grants:

Social Gender Dysphoria
Trans Resilience

Paz Galupo

Areas of Focus:

  • Queer & Trans Mental Health Disparities
  • Community Informed Research
  • Qualitative & Mixed-Method Design
  • Culturally Informed Measurement Development
  • Affirmative Therapy