Jaih Craddock, PhD, MSW

"Through HISTP, I would like to gain mentorship and guidance regarding my academic and research career, as well as the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues who are interested in using technology and computer science in the efforts to prevent HIV."


Eric Rice, Associate Professor, University of Southern California School of Social Work

HISTP Mentor

Coming soon

Jaih Craddock's research has centered on using computational social science to address sexual health and HIV disparities in complex adaptive systems (networks). Her research in this area utilizes innovative social network methods and artificial intelligence technologies to examine how social network dynamics and social media communication impacts decision making around sexual health-related behaviors. This work is geared toward her goal of developing social network-based HIV prevention interventions on multimedia platforms.