- Emeritus Professor
Phone - (415) 608-4764
E-mail - email@example.com
Prior to my retirement in 2008, my program of research at CAPS involved developing, implementing and evaluating behavioral HIV, STI and hepatitis prevention programs for incarcerated men and their female partners. The majority of my work at CAPS was conducted in collaboration with community-based agencies.
From 2000-2008, I directed the Technology and Information Exchange (TIE) Core which was responsible for 1) disseminating CAPS’ scientific findings to other researchers, community service providers, policy makers, funders and the general public; 2) providing technical assistance services for program development and evaluation to researchers and community service providers; and 3) promoting community collaborative research and conducting research on the process and best practices of community collaborative research in HIV prevention. The Core's dissemination products included the HIV Prevention Fact Sheets, the CAPS website, a series of skills-building manuals, and a bi-annual conference presenting CAPS’ research findings.
From 2006-2008, I directed the Collaborative HIV Prevention Research in Minority Communities Program, an NIH-funded training program with the goals of: 1) increasing the number of minority scientists receiving federal funding; and 2) increasing the amount of HIV prevention research being conducted with communities of color. Program participants from around the US are trained in grant writing skills, and then mentored by CAPS faculty for three years. My duties included supervising program staff and faculty, curriculum development, teaching in the summer in-residence program, and mentoring individual participants.
- May 1991, MPH (Epidemiology), University of California, Berkeley
- August 1981, Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology), University of California, Los Angeles
- March 1978, MA (Psychology), University of California, Los Angeles
- June 1976, BA (Psychology and Human Biology), Stanford University
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