Tiffany Chenneville

Tiffany Chenneville

Marie E. and E. Leslie Cole Endowed Chair in Ethics


Office: DAV 117
Phone: 727/873-4585



Dr. Tiffany Chenneville is the Marie E. and E. Leslie Cole Endowed Chair in Ethics and Professor of Psychology at the University of South Florida. She holds a Joint Appointment in the Department of Pediatrics where she serves as a Behavioral Health Consultant for the Pediatric and Adolescent Infectious Disease Program, which provides services to children and youth living with HIV in an integrated care setting. Dr. Chenneville’s primary program of research focuses on the psychosocial issues affecting children and youth living with or at risk for HIV along with broader issues related to sexual health. She also is interested in professional and research ethics. Dr. Chenneville is committed to cross cultural research and has collaborated with colleagues in Kenya, South Africa, India, England, and Canada. Dr. Chenneville has contributed significantly to the literature with dozens of peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters as well as an edited book on pediatric HIV published by Springer. As evidence of her global impact, Dr. Chenneville received a Fulbright Canada Research Chair Award in 2021 to support her work in the Psychology Department at York University in Toronto and a Fulbright Specialist Award in 2018 to support her work at the Perinatal HIV Research Unit at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. Among many other awards, Dr. Chenneville is the recipient of the 2022 USF St. Petersburg Campus Women in Leadership and Philanthropy Kathleen Moore Faculty Excellence Award.


Ph.D., School Psychology, University of South Florida





*Student or Mentee

Gabbidon, K., Chenneville, T., Earnshaw, V., & Drake*, H. (2022). Intersectional stigma and developmental competence among youth living with HIV.  Journal of Family Theory & Review, 1-17.

Chenneville, T., Gabbidon, K., Bharat*, B., Whitney*, Z., Adeli, S., & Anyango, M. (2022). The biopsychosocial impact and syndemic effect of COVID-19 on youth living with HIV in Kenya. Journal of the International Association of Providers in AIDS Care, 21, 1-12.

Gabbidon, K., Chenneville, T., & Rote, W. (2022). Ethical considerations for parent-adolescent dyadic research. Ethics and Human Research, 44(3), 24-33.

Bharat*, B., Chenneville, T., Gabbidon, K., & Foust*, C. (2021). Considerations for psychological research with people of color and intersecting identities in the United States. Translational Issues in Psychological Sciences, 7(4), 363-277.

Chenneville, T. Drake*, H., Gabbidon, K., Rodriguez, C., & Hightow-Weidman, L. (2021). Bijou: Engaging MSM in HIV care using a mobile health strategy. Journal of the International Association for Providers in AIDS Care, 20, 1-9.

Chenneville, K., Gabbidon, K., Hornschuh*, S., & Dietrich, J. (2021). Balancing autonomy and protection in pediatric treatment and research. Advances in Pediatrics, 68, 55-69. (4-star review by Doody’s Review Service)

Nyashanu, M., Ganga, G., & Chenneville, T. (2021). Exploring the impact of religion, superstition, and professional cultural competence on access to HIV and mental health treatment among black Sub-Saharan African communities in the English city of Birmingham. Journal of Religion and Health, 61(252-268). 10.1007/s10943-021-01298-3

Agazzi, H., Najmabadi, S., Flood, J., Cimorelli, D., & Chenneville, T. (2021). COVID-19 adaptations for health service psychology internship training. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. Advance online publication.

Chenneville, T., & Drake*, H. (2021). Gender differences in psychosocial predictors of sexual activity and HIV testing among youth in Kenya. Frontiers in Reproductive Health, 3, 636462.

Drake*, H., Chenneville, T., Rodriguez, L., Suite*, B., & Onufrak*, J. (2021). Sexual objectification as a predictor of risk tolerance. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 33(3), 273-290.