Sarah Woolf-King, PhD, MPH
|Arizona State University||B.S.||Psychology||2002|
|Syracuse University||M.S./Ph.D.||Clinical Psychology||2010|
|University of California, Berkeley||M.P.H.||Epidemiology||2011|
|VA Palo Alto Health Care System||Intern||Behavioral Medicine||2010|
|University of California, San Francisco||T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship||Center for AIDS Prevention Studies||2013|
|Hellman Fellows Fund||2015
||2018||Mentored Research Scientist Development Award (K01)|
||2016||Loan Repayment Program in Clinical Research|
||2010||Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Services Award (F31)|
The primary aim of my research is to better characterize the impact of alcohol use on HIV treatment and prevention in both domestic and international populations. To accomplish this aim, I am currently conducting an NIH/NIAAA-funded (K01) longitudinal study examining the event-level relationship between alcohol use and sexual risk behavior among HIV-positive men who have sex with men (MSM) using interactive voice response (IVR) technology. I am also involved with several projects in East Africa examining alcohol use among HIV-positive adults and assessing the impact of screening and brief interventions (SBI) to reduce this alcohol use. By advancing this research program, I hope to enhance HIV treatment-related outcomes and decrease the risk of onward transmission among people living with HIV who consume alcohol.
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