Caroline Kuo is Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion at the School of Public Health. She is a global public health scientist and advocate with faculty appointments in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences and the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies at Brown University School of Public Health. She also holds an honorary faculty appointment in the Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health at the University of Cape Town. Her work is dedicated to building the resilience of vulnerable populations, and to creating programs that enable these populations to thrive in contexts of high adversity. She has worked with orphaned children and families; women and girls; incarcerated populations; sexual minority populations; and sex workers in countries such as South Africa, Kenya, Mexico, and the USA. She is passionate about the development of innovative, evidence-based public health programs that can be deployed on a large scale and sustained in low-resource communities. She is also committed to ensuring her research is policy relevant, and driven by the priorities of the populations and stakeholders she works with. She holds a Master of Philosphy in International Development from Oxford University (Saint Cross College). She also holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Social Policy, also from Oxford University (Nuffield College).
|Marais A, Kuo CC, Julies R, Stein DJ, Joska JA, Zlotnick C "If He's Abusing You . . . the Baby Is Going to Be Affected": HIV-Positive Pregnant Women's Experiences of Intimate Partner Violence.. Violence against women. 2019; 25 (7) : 839-861.|
Righi, M., Bogan, K., Kuo, C., Orchowski, L.
A Qualitative Analysis of Beliefs about
Sexual Consent Among High School Students.
Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 2019;
Factors affecting linkage to HIV care and ART initiation following referral for ART by a
mobile health clinic in South Africa: Evidence from a multimethod study.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 2019;
|Maughan-Brown B, Harrison A, Galárraga O, Kuo C, Smith P, Bekker LG, Lurie MN Factors affecting linkage to HIV care and ART initiation following referral for ART by a mobile health clinic in South Africa: evidence from a multimethod study.. Journal of Behavioral Medicine/J Behav Med. 2019;|
Barnett, W., Pellowski, J., Kuo, C., Koen, N., Donald, K., Zar, H., Stein, D.
pregnant women in South Africa: A cross-sectional exploration of maternal depression as a
mediator of violence and trauma risk factors.
BMJ Open. 2019; 9 (3) : e18277.
Righi, M., Orchowski, L., Kuo, C.
Integrated intimate partner violence and HIV
interventions among adolescents in Sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic review.
Trauma, Violence, and Abuse. 2019;
|Kuo, C., Mathews, C., LoVette, A., Harrison, A. Orchowski, L., Pellowski, J., Atujuna, M., Stein, D., Brown, L. Perpetration of Sexual Aggression among Adolescents in South Africa. Journal of Adolescence. 2019; 72 : 32-36.|
|Kuo, C., LoVette, A, Pellowski, J., Harrison, A, Mathews, C., Operario, D., Beardslee, W., Stein, D., Brown, L. Resilience among South African Adolescents affected by HIV. AIDS. AIDS. 2019; 33 (Supplement 1) : S29-S34.|
LoVette, A., Harrison, A., Kuo, C.
Strength-based interventions for HIV prevention and
sexual risk reduction among girls and young women: A resilience-focused systematic review.
Global Public Health. 2019;
McCauley, H., Richie, F. J., Hughes, S., Johnson, J.E., Zlotnick, C., Rosen, R. K., Wechsberg, W. M., Kuo, C. C.
The influences of power on intimate relationships among incarcerated
women with histories of trauma.
Violence against women. 2019;
|Maughan-Brown, B., Kuo, C., Galárraga, O., Smith, P., Lurie, M., Bekker, L-G., Harrison, A. A conditional economic incentive fails to improve linkage to care and antiretroviral therapy initiation among HIV-positive adults in Cape Town, South Africa. AIDS Patient Care and STDs. 2018; 32 (2) : 70-78.|
Kuo, C., Stein, D., Cluver, L., Brown, L., Atujuna, M., Gladstone, T., Martin, J., LoVette, A., Beardslee, W.
Building resilient families: Developing family interventions for preventing
adolescent depression and HIV in low resource settings.
Transcultural Psychiatry. 2018; 56 (1) : 136.
Galárraga, O., Kuo, C., Maughan-Brown, B., Harrison, A., Hoare, J.
Experiment in South Africa.
Value in Health. 2018;
|Kuo, C., Rosen, R., Zlotnick, C., Wechsberg W., Peabody, M., Johnson, J. Sexual health prevention for incarcerated women: eroticising safe sex during re-entry to the community. Sexual and Reproductive. 2018;|
Sexual violence as a global health problem: Current
evidence and future directions.
|Maughan-Brown, B., Kuo, C., Galárraga, O., Smith, P., Lurie, M., Bekker, L-G., Harrison, A. Stumbling blocks at the clinic: experiences of seeking HIV treatment and care in South Africa. AIDS and Behavior. 2018; 22 (3) : 765-773.|
|Giovenco, D., Kuo, C., Underhill, K., Hoare, J., Operario, D. “The time has arrived”: Perceptions of behavioral adjustments in the context of pre-exposure prophylaxis availability among adolescents in South Africa. AIDS Education and Prevention. 2018; 30 (6) : 463-473.|
|Rosen, R., Kuo, C., Gobin, R., Peabody, M., Wechsberg, W., Zlotnick, C., Johnson, J. How qualitative methods contribute to intervention adaptation: An HIV risk reduction example. Qualitative Psychology. 2017;|
|Pellowski, Jennifer A., Barnett, Whitney, Kuo, Caroline C., Koen, Nastassja, Zar, Heather J., Stein, Dan J. Investigating tangible and mental resources as predictors of perceived household food insecurity during pregnancy among women in a South African birth cohort study.. Social Science & Medicine/Social Science & Medicine. 2017; 187 : 76-84.|
|Thomas, Eileen, Kuo, Caroline, Cohen, Sophie, Hoare, Jacqueline, Koen, Natassja, Barnett, Whitney, Zar, Heather J., Stein, Dan J. Mental health predictors of breastfeeding initiation and continuation among HIV infected and uninfected women in a South African birth cohort study. Preventive Medicine/Preventive Medicine. 2017; 102 : 100-111.|
|Meinck F, Cluver LD, Orkin FM, Kuo C, Sharma AD, Hensels IS, Sherr L Pathways From Family Disadvantage via Abusive Parenting and Caregiver Mental Health to Adolescent Health Risks in South Africa.. The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine. 2017; 60 (1) : 57-64.|
|Galárraga O, Sosa-Rubí SG, Kuo C, Gozalo P, González A, Saavedra B, Gras-Allain N, Conde-Glez CJ, Olamendi-Portugal M, Mayer KH, Operario D Punto Seguro: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Using Conditional Economic Incentives to Reduce Sexually Transmitted Infection Risks in Mexico.. AIDS and Behavior. 2017; 21 (12) : 3440-3456.|
|Maughan-Brown, Brendan, Smith, Philip, Kuo, Caroline, Harrison, Abigail, Lurie, Mark N., Bekker, Linda-Gail, Galárraga, Omar Readiness for Antiretroviral Therapy: Implications for Linking HIV-Infected Individuals to Care and Treatment.. AIDS and Behavior/AIDS and Behavior. 2017; 22 (3) : 691-700.|
|Donald KAM, Fernandez A, Claborn K, Kuo C, Koen N, Zar H, Stein DJ The developmental effects of HIV and alcohol: a comparison of gestational outcomes among babies from South African communities with high prevalence of HIV and alcohol use.. AIDS research and therapy. 2017; 14 (1) : 28.|
|Gamarel KE, Kuo C, Boyes ME, Cluver LD The dyadic effects of HIV stigma on the mental health of children and their parents in South Africa. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services/Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services. 2017; 16 (4) : 1-16.|
|Tucker, Leigh Adams, Govender, Kaymarlin, Kuo, Caroline, Casale, Marisa, Cluver, Lucie Child prosociality within HIV-affected contexts: the impact of carer ill-health and orphan status. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies. 2016; 11 (4) : 352-362.|
|Kuo C, Atujuna M, Mathews C, Stein DJ, Hoare J, Beardslee W, Operario D, Cluver L, K Brown L Developing family interventions for adolescent HIV prevention in South Africa.. AIDS Care. 2016; 28 (sup1) : 1-5.|
|Phillips N, Amos T, Kuo C, Hoare J, Ipser J, Thomas KG, Stein DJ HIV-Associated Cognitive Impairment in Perinatally Infected Children: A Meta-analysis.. PEDIATRICS. 2016; 138 (5)|
|Casale M, Cluver L, Crankshaw T, Kuo C, Lachman JM, Wild LG Direct and Indirect Effects of Caregiver Social Support on Adolescent Psychological Outcomes in Two South African AIDS-Affected Communities.. American journal of community psychology. 2015;|
|Toska, Elona, Cluver, Lucie D., Boyes, Mark, Pantelic, Marija, Kuo, Caroline From “sugar daddies” to “sugar babies”: Exploring a pathway between age-disparate sexual relationships, condom use, and adolescent pregnancy in South Africa. Sexual Health. 2015;|
|Becker E, Kuo C, Operario D, Moshabela M, Cluver L Measuring child awareness for adult symptomatic HIV using a verbal assessment tool: concordance between adult-child dyads on adult HIV-associated symptoms and illnesses.. Sexually Transmitted Infections. 2015; 91 (7) : 528-533.|
|Operario, Don, Lee, Ji Hyun, Kuo, Caroline, Zaller, Nickolas Racial and Ethnic Disparities in HIV and STIs in the United States—National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 1999–2012. AIDS Patient Care and STDs. 2015; 29 (12) : 635-638.|
|Harrison A, Colvin CJ, Kuo C, Swartz A, Lurie M Sustained High HIV Incidence in Young Women in Southern Africa: Social, Behavioral, and Structural Factors and Emerging Intervention Approaches.. Current HIV/AIDS Reports. 2015; 12 (2) : 207-15.|
|Kuo, Caroline, Cluver, Lucie, Casale, Marisa, Lane, Tyler Cumulative Effects of HIV Illness and Caring for Children Orphaned by AIDS on Anxiety Symptoms Among Adults Caring for Children in HIV-Endemic South Africa. AIDS Patient Care and STDs. 2014; 28 (6) : 318-326.|
|Galarraga, Omar, Sosa-Rubi, Sandra G., Conde-Glez, Carlos J., Juarez-Figueroa, Luis, Gonzalez, Andrea, Badial-Hernandez, Florentino, Bautista-Arredondo, Sergio, Kuo, Caroline, Operario, Don, Mayer, Kenneth H. Economic Incentives to Reduce HIV Risks among Male Sex Workers: A Randomized Pilot in Mexico. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses. 2014; 30 (S1) : A103-A104.|
|Peabody, Marlanea E, Choung, Adam, Rosen, Rochelle, Kuo, Caroline, Wechsberg, Wendee, Fernandes, Karen, Zlotnick, Caron, Johnson, Jennifer Effects of incarceration on risky Sex: focus group data from Two New England states. Health & Justice. 2014; 2 (1) : 8.|
|Kuo, Caroline C., Zlotnick, Caron, Raker, Christina, Tzilos, Golfo, Phipps, Maureen G. HIV Risk Among Pregnant Teenagers With a History of Interpersonal Violence. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma/Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma. 2014; 23 (7) : 140619110032004.|
Chan, S., Ranalli, B., Kuo, C., Intrator, K., Atencio, C., Miao, A.
Humans as sensors: Fusion of participatory mechanisms and computational innovations to monitor climate change and its consequences.
|Pantelic, Marija, Cluver, Lucie, Boyes, Mark, Toska, Elona, Kuo, Caroline, Moshabela, Mosa Medical Pluralism Predicts Non-ART Use among Parents in Need of ART: A Community Survey in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. AIDS and Behavior. 2014;|
|Lachman, Jamie M., Cluver, Lucie D., Boyes, Mark E., Kuo, Caroline, Casale, Marisa Positive parenting for positive parents: HIV/AIDS, poverty, caregiver depression, child behavior, and parenting in South Africa. AIDS Care. 2014; 26 (3) : 304-313.|
|Casale M, Wild L, Cluver L, Kuo C Social support as a protective factor for depression among women caring for children in HIV-endemic South Africa.. J Behav Med. 2014;|
|Nargiso JE, Kuo CC, Zlotnick C, Johnson JE Social Support Network Characteristics of Incarcerated Women with Co-Occurring Major Depressive and Substance Use Disorders. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. 2014; 46 (2) : 93-105.|
Cluver, L., Boyes, M., Bustamam, A., Casale, M., Henderson, K., Kuo, C., Lane, T., Latief, S., Latief, N., Mauchline, K., Meinck, F., Moshabela, M., Orkin, M., Rosenfeld, J., Sello, L., and Young Carers Team.
The cost of action: Large-scale, longitudinal quantitative research with AIDS-affected children in South Africa.
|Galárraga, Omar, Sandra G. Sosa-Rubi, Andrea González, Florentino Badial-Hernández, Carlos J. Conde-Glez, Luis Juárez-Figueroa, Sergio Bautista-Arredondo, Caroline Kuo, Don Operario, and Kenneth H. Mayer. The disproportionate burden of HIV and STIs among male sex workers in Mexico City and the rationale for economic incentives to reduce risks. Journal of the International AIDS. 2014; 17 (1)|
|Casale, Marisa, Wild, Lauren, Cluver, Lucie, Kuo, Caroline The relationship between social support and anxiety among caregivers of children in HIV-endemic South Africa. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 2014; 19 (4) : 490-503.|
|Kuo, Caroline, Schonbrun, Yael Chatav, Zlotnick, Caron, Bates, Nicole, Todorova, Ralitsa, Kao, Jennifer Chien-Wen, Johnson, Jennifer A Qualitative Study of Treatment Needs Among Pregnant and Postpartum Women with Substance Use and Depression. Substance Use & Misuse. 2013; 48 (14) : 1498-1508.|
Kuo, C., Operario, D., Cluver, L.
Children orphaned by AIDS.
|Operario, Don, Kuo, Caroline, Sosa-Rubí, Sandra G., Gálarraga, Omar Conditional economic incentives for reducing HIV risk behaviors: Integration of psychology and behavioral economics.. Health Psychology. 2013; 32 (9) : 932-40.|
|Casale, Marisa, Lane, Tyler, Sello, Lebo, Kuo, Caroline, Cluver, Lucie Conducting health survey research in a deep rural South African community: challenges and adaptive strategies. Health Res Policy Sys. 2013; 11 (1) : 14.|
|Kuo, Caroline, Johnson, Jennifer, Rosen, Rochelle, Wechsberg, Wendee, Gobin, Robyn, Reddy, Madhavi K., Peabody, Marlanea, Zlotnick, Caron Emotional dysregulation and risky sex among incarcerated women with a history of interpersonal violence.. Women & Health/Women & Health. 2013; 54 (8) : 796-815.|
|Elst, Elisabeth Maria, Mbogua, Judie, Operario, Don, Mutua, Gaudensia, Kuo, Caroline, Mugo, Peter, Kanungi, Jennifer, Singh, Sagri, Haberer, Jessica, Priddy, Frances, Sanders, Eduard Joachim High acceptability of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis but challenges in adherence and use: qualitative insights from a phase I trial of intermittent and daily PrEP in at-risk populations in Kenya.. AIDS and Behavior. 2013; 17 (6) : 2162-2172.|
|Kuo C, Reddy MK, Operario D, Cluver L, Stein DJ Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms Among Adults Caring for Orphaned Children in HIV-Endemic South Africa. AIDS and Behavior. 2013; 17 (5) : 1755-1763.|
|de Dios, M.A., Kuo, C., Hernandez, L., Clark, U.C., Wenze, S., Boisseau, C.L., Hunter, H., Reddy, M., Tolou-Shams, M., Zlotnick, C. The development of a diversity mentoring program for faculty and trainees: A program at the Brown Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. Behavior Therapist. 2013; 36 (5) : 121-126.|
|Cluver, Lucie, Orkin, Mark, Moshabela, Mosa, Kuo, Caroline, Boyes, Mark The hidden harm of home-based care: Pulmonary tuberculosis symptoms among children providing home medical care to HIV/AIDS-affected adults in South Africa. AIDS Care. 2013; 25 (6) : 748-755.|
|Johnson, Jennifer E., Schonbrun, Yael Chatav, Nargiso, Jessica E., Kuo, Caroline C., Shefner, Ruth T., Williams, Collette A., Zlotnick, Caron “I know if I drink I won’t feel anything”: substance use relapse among depressed women leaving prison. International Journal of Prisoner Health. 2013; 9 (4) : 169-186.|
|Casale, Marisa, Wild, Lauren, Kuo, Caroline “They give us hope”: HIV-positive caregivers' perspectives on the role of social support for health. AIDS Care. 2013; 25 (10) : 1203-1209.|
|Kuo C, Operario D, Cluver L Depression among carers of AIDS-orphaned and other-orphaned children in Umlazi Township, South Africa. Global Public Health. 2012; 7 (3) : 253-269.|
Operario, D., Tan, J., Kuo, C.
HIV/AIDS in Asian and Pacific Islanders in the United States.
|Tzilos, Golfo K., Zlotnick, Caron, Raker, Christina, Kuo, Caroline, Phipps, Maureen G. Psychosocial factors associated with depression severity in pregnant adolescents. Archives of Women's Mental Health. 2012; 15 (5) : 397-401.|
|Chan, Steve, Rhodes, Wesley, Atencio, Charles, Kuo, Caroline, Ranalli, Brent, Miao, Anna, Sala, Simone, Serene, Stephen, Helbling, Robert, Rumbley, Sarah, Clement, Marc, Sokol, Lisa, Gary, Loren Robust Decision Engineering: Collaborative Big Data and its Application to International Development/Aid. Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing. 2012;|
|Kuo, Caroline, Fitzgerald, Jane, Operario, Don, Casale, Marisa Social support disparities for caregivers of AIDS-orphaned children in South Africa. Journal of Community Psychology. 2012; 40 (6) : 631-644.|
|Kuo C, Operario D Health of adults caring for orphaned children in an HIV-endemic community in South Africa. AIDS Care. 2011; 23 (9) : 1128-1135.|
|Kuo C, Operario D Caring for AIDS-orphaned children: an exploratory study of challenges faced by carers in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies. 2010; 5 (4) : 344-352.|
|Kuo, Caroline, Operario, Don Caring for AIDS-orphaned children: A systematic review of studies on caregivers. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies. 2009; 4 (1) : 1-12.|
Caroline Kuo is a behavioral and social scientist. Her research program focuses on addressing disparities in mental health, sexual and reproductive health, violence, HIV and other infectious diseases among vulnerable populations in low-resource communities. A signature element of her research includes community-engaged approaches to ensure that public health science is developed, tested, and deployed in partnership with children, families, and adults living in some of the world’s most underserved communities. This approach fosters solutions to urgent public health crises that are culturally and contextually salient and that are implemented “with” populations rather than “on” populations. Another signature element of her research is the use of sequential or integrated qualitative and quantitative study designs to develop, test, and deploy preventive interventions. A third signature element of her research is collaborative and interdisciplinary team science. She builds and fosters long-term equitable international partnerships with scientists that have complementary expertise in epidemiology, anthropology, medicine, and economics. A final signature element of her research is the application of novel ethical approaches to ensure rigorous science is generated while providing the upmost protections to vulnerable populations. She is passionate about cultivating and supporting the scientific talent of public health scientists, practitioners, and policy-makers of diverse backgrounds.
Her global public health research has included community-based epidemiological studies, qualitative exploratory studies, mixed-methods studies, and intervention development and testing among vulnerable populations. Her expertise in social policy, evidence-based intervention, and international development informs her research, the majority of which takes place in low-resource global settings. Her current global public health research focuses on developing innovative family programs to promote children’s resilience for mental health and HIV prevention; creating novel behavioral economic interventions to improve treatment for teenagers living with HIV; tailoring biobehavioral HIV prevention approaches to meet the needs of young people; and testing ways to integrate prevention of HIV with prevention of rape and sexual assault.
NICHD, R21, Health needs of first generation HIV-infected adolescents(PI: Kuo & Harrison)
NIMH, R01, Our Family Our Future: A resilience-oriented family intervention to prevent adolescent HIV/STI infection and depression in South Africa (PI: Kuo & Bekker & Stein)
NIMH, R34, Integrated Prevention of HIV risk and Intimate Partner Violence among Adolescents in South Africa (PI: Kuo & Mathews)
SAMHSA, South Africa Addiction Technology Transfer Center (PI: Kuo & Becker & Stein)
NIMH, K01, Family Prevention of HIV Risk and Depression in HIV-endemic South Africa (PI: Kuo)
NIAID, R21, Acceptability of PrEP for HIV Prevention among HIV-positive and HIV-negative Adolescents (PI: Operario and Hoare, Co-I: Kuo)
NIAID, R21, Conditional Economic Incentives for Improving Adolescent Adherence to HIV Treatment
(PI: Galarraga and Hoare, Co-I; Kuo)
NICHD, R24, Partnerships for the Next Generation of HIV Social Science in South Africa (PIs: Lurie and Colvin, Co-I: Kuo)
NIMH, F31, Psychosocial Wellbeing and Health of Caregivers of AIDS Orphans in KwaZulu Natal (PI: Kuo)
Health Economics and HIV/AIDS Research Division at the University of KwaZulu Natal, Young Carers Project: KwaZulu Natal (PIs: Cluver and Kuo)
Yoo, Grace J., Le, Mai Nhung., Oda, Alan (eds.) Handbook of Asian American Health. (2012). Operario, D., Tan, J., Kuo, C. HIV/AIDS in Asian and Pacific Islanders in the United States. New York: Springer.
Pitcher, D. (ed.) (2013). Inside Kinship Care: Understanding Family Dynamics and Providing Effective Support. Kuo, C., Operario, D., Cluver, L. Children orphaned by AIDS. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Bob, Urmilla; Bronkhorst, Salomé (eds.) (2014). Conflict-sensitive adaptation to climate change in Africa. Chan, S., Ranalli, B., Kuo, C., Intrator, K., Atencio, C., Miao, A. Humans as sensors: Fusion of participatory mechanisms and computational innovations to monitor climate change and its consequences. Berlin: BWV-Verlag Publishers.
|2010||DPhil||University of Oxford|
|She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Child and Adolescent Biobehavioral HIV||Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital||2010-2015||Providence, Rhode Island|
Dean's Award for Excellent in Mentoring
Award of Excellence from the Population, Reproductive, and Sexual Health Section of the American Public Health Conference for: Kuo, C., Mathews, C., Harrison, A., Orchowski, L., Pellowski, J., Atujuna, M., Stein, D., Brown, L. (2016). Perpetration of sexual aggression among young adolescents in South Africa. Poster at American Public Health Conference October 29- November 2, 2016. Denver, Colorado, USA.
CSO50 2015 Award to Brown University for Dr. Kuo’s innovative use of Ncrypted Cloud software to gather secure, real-time, mobile data to develop HIV prevention approaches in challenging fieldwork settingsDiscovery Excellence Award for Best Clinical and Non-clinical presentation from the South African AIDS Conference for the oral paper: Cluver, L., Orkin, M., Kganaka, C., Kuo, C., Moshabela, M. (2011). Infectious disease and TB co-occurrence amongst children with AIDS-sick caregivers. Durban, South Africa. June 7-10, 2011
|Brown, Larry||Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior|
|Cu-Uvin, Susan||Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Director of Global Health Initiative, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, Professor of Medicine|
|Galarraga, Omar||Associate Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice|
|Genberg, Becky||Adjunct Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice|
|Harrison, Abigail||Associate Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences (Research)|
|Kahler, Christopher||Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Chair of Behavioral and Social Sciences|
|Liu, Tao||Associate Professor of Biostatistics|
|Lurie, Mark||Associate Professor of Epidemiology|
|McGarvey, Stephen||Professor of Epidemiology, Director of International Health Institute|
|Operario, Don||Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences|
|Orchowski, Lindsay||Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (Research)|
|Pellowski, Jennifer||Assistant Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences|
|Rosen, Rochelle||Assistant Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences|
|Zlotnick, Caron||Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Professor of Medicine|
Brown University School of Public Health, Core Advisor for Public Health Undergraduate Concentration (>30 students)
Ashleigh LoVette, MA (doctoral trainee, Brown University)
Aileen Bui ('18, MD, Brown University): Medical School Research Internship
Kelly Sabatino, (MSc 2016, Brown University): “Provider Perspectives on Factors Affecting Linkage to HIV Care in Western Kenya: Implications for Provider-Based Interventions to Improve Patient Linkage Behavior”
Danielle Giovenco, (MSc 2016, Brown University): “A Multi-Component Analysis of Social Identity for a Diverse Sample of Bisexual Individuals”
Amy Silva, ('14, MSc, Brown University): "Investigating underlying psycho-social characteristics in the development of an effective sexual education program for emerging male adults: A formative research study”
Marisa Casale, ('13, PhD, University of Cape Town): “The protective role of social support for the health of caregivers of children in HIV-endemic South Africa”
Melissa Pancoast, ('13, MSc, Oxford University): “Factors associated with take-up of the foster child grant in KwaZulu-Natal, a high HIV prevalence region of South Africa”
Elisabeth Becker ('12, MPH, Brown University): "Assessing Reliability of the Verbal Autopsy Method for Identifying HIV Status: Concurrent Caregiver and Child Reports in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa"
Jane Fitzgerald ('12, MPH, Brown University): "Orphans and Vulnerable Children: Children's Roles as Caretakers"
Danielle Poole ('12, MPH): "Feasibility of a pilot intervention to address mental health morbidities amongst South African orphans and vulnerable children"
|PHP 2025 - Ethics of Global Public Health Engagement|
|PHP 2730 - Including the Excluded: Global Health Ethics|