Elise Riley, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||SFGH Bldg 100|
|American Public Health Association, Epidemiology Section||2009||Individual Award for Public Health Research and Practice|
|American Public Health Association Conference, Women's Caucus||2010||Highest Scoring Abstract Regarding Violence against HIV-Infected Homeless Women|
Dr. Riley is an epidemiologist with interests in how clinical and behavioral factors converge to influence health. Her community-based research focuses on co-morbidities, violence, overall health status and HIV risk among very low-income individuals. She works with a team of multidisciplinary investigators on a research program including “Shelter, Health and Drug Outcomes among Women” (SHADOW), a study that seeks a better understanding of how gender, specific types of violence and unmet subsistence needs influence health. As a “T2” (“bedside to community”) translational scientist, her goal is to inform health care delivery, drug treatment, disease prevention programs and health policy.
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