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    Judy Tan, PhD

    TitleAssistant Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    Address550 16th Street
    San Francisco CA 94158
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      University of ConnecticutPh.D.Psychology2011
      University of ConnecticutMAPsychology2010
      Mount Holyoke College BAPsychology2003

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      Dr. Judy Y. Tan is Assistant Professor of Medicine, at the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), Division of Prevention Science, at UCSF. She received her doctorate in Social Psychology from the University of Connecticut, where she was a fellow in the NIMH T-32 Predoctoral Fellowship, Social Processes of AIDS. She has certifications in Quantitative Research Methods and Health Psychology. Dr. Tan's research focuses on HIV-related behaviors among gay men of color and is guided by her interest in the health and behavioral impact of social inequality in marginalized and disenfranchised populations. Her work utilizes theory and advanced quantitative methods that include daily process methods and multilevel analyses. Dr. Tan has recently been awarded a Mentored Research Scientist Development Award (K01) from the National Institute of Mental Health to develop a couple-based mobile health intervention for enhancing HIV care engagement outcomes among HIV+ black men who have sex with men.

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      1. Tan JY, Earnshaw VA, Pratto F, Rosenthal L, Kalichman S. Social-structural indices and between-nation differences in HIV prevalence. Int J STD AIDS. 2015 Jan; 26(1):48-54.
        View in: PubMed PMC4183719
      2. Tan JY, Pratto F, Operario D, Dworkin SL. Sexual positioning and race-based attraction by preferences for social dominance among gay Asian/Pacific Islander men in the United States. Arch Sex Behav. 2013 Oct; 42(7):1233-9.
        View in: PubMed PMC3999158
      3. Lee IC, Tan JY. Filial ethics and judgments of filial behaviour in Taiwan and the United States. Int J Psychol. 2012; 47(3):161-8.
        View in: PubMed PMC4004061
      4. Tan JY, Huedo-Medina TB, Warren MR, Carey MP, Johnson BT. A meta-analysis of the efficacy of HIV/AIDS prevention interventions in Asia, 1995-2009. Soc Sci Med. 2012 Aug; 75(4):676-87.
        View in: PubMed PMC3288715
      5. Coleman S, Boehmer U, Kanaya F, Grasso C, Tan J, Bradford J. Retention challenges for a community-based HIV primary care clinic and implications for intervention. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 2007 Sep; 21(9):691-701.
        View in: PubMed PMC4062571
      6. Okazaki, S., Kassem, A. M., & Tan, J. Y. (2011). Annual Review of Asian American Psychology, 2010. Asian American Journal of Psychology. 2(4):225-290.
      7. Tan, J., Huedo-Medina, T. B., Lennon, C. A., White, A. C., & Johnson, B. T. (2010). Us versus Them in Context: Meta-Analysis as a Tool for Geotemporal Trends in Intergroup Relations. International Journal of Conflict and Violence. 4(2):288-297.
      8. Pratto, F., Lee, I. C., Tan, J. Y., & Pitpitan, E. V. (2010). Power basis theory: A psycho-ecological approach to power. Social motivation, 191-222. Power basis theory: A psycho-ecological approach to power. Social Motivation. 191-222.
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