Jamila K. Stockman, PhD
Steffanie Strathdee, PhD, UCSD
Louisa Gilbert, PhD
Dr. Stockman is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Global Public Health, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Diego. She received her PhD in Infectious Disease Epidemiology from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a Master of Public Health degree from George Washington University. She completed post-doctoral fellowships at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Stockman has worked in a variety of academic and governmental settings relevant to the prevention of HIV and other adverse health outcomes among vulnerable women. As a trained infectious disease epidemiologist, Dr. Stockman specializes in HIV prevention, with a specific focus on the role of gender-based violence and substance abuse among low-income underserved women. Currently, she is addressing these intersecting epidemics among substance-using and ethnic minority populations in the following locations: San Diego, CA; the Mexico-U.S. border region; Baltimore, MD; and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Her ultimate goal is to develop culturally tailored, multilevel HIV prevention interventions that address gender-based issues for women at risk for HIV infection. Dr. Stockman’s peer-reviewed research has been presented at national and international conferences and also disseminated through peer-reviewed scientific journals.
HISTP Pilot Study
Application of the Danger Assessment to Identify Potentially Lethal Relationships and Facilitate Safety Planning and HIV Risk Reduction Among Stimulant-Using Women in Abusive Relationships