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Jennifer Jain, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Psychiatry
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address2 Koret Way, Nursing
San Francisco CA 94143
Phone415-632-5006
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    University of California, San FranciscoPostdoctoral FellowCurrentSubstance Use Disorder Treatment and Services Research
    University of California, San DiegoPhD10/2019Substance Use, HIV and Related Infections
    San Francisco State UniversityMPH05/2011Public Health
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    University of California, San Francsico2020National Research Service Award for Institutional Postdoctoral Traineeship (T-32) National Institute
    University of California, San Diego2018National Research Service Award for Institutional Predoctoral Traineeship (T-32) National Institute
    University of California, San Diego2018Clinical Institute on Additciton Studies Tuition Scholarship
    University of California, San Diego2018Graduate Student Travel Award
    Univeristy of California, San Diego2018Summa Cum Laude
    University of California, San Diego2017Clinical Institute on Addiction Studies Tuition Scholarship
    University of California, San Diego2016 Doctoral Training Fellowship Award
    University of California,San Francisco2015Doctoral Application Support Award
    University of California, San Francisco2011Minority Training Program in Cancer Control Research Fellowship
    San Francisco State University2002Dean’s List
    San Francisco State University2002Summa Cum Laude

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    My program of research focuses on the intersection of substance use, HIV and related infections in marginalized populations including: people who inject drugs (PWID), female sex workers (FSW) and men who have sex with men (MSM). I have a decade of experience testing and delivering interventions for substance users who are HIV-positive, at high-risk of acquiring HIV, other sexually transmitted infections and/or hepatitis C.

    My career in research began at the University of California, San Francisco where I contributed to a series of research projects including: testing the efficacy of an integrative intervention designed to enhance antiretroviral medication adherence and reduce stimulant use among MSM living with HIV; the correlates of syphilis reinfection among MSM; the parameters (e.g., racial/ethnic disparities) of incident HIV infection, and reliable biomarkers of alcohol consumption among young PWID in San Francisco, CA.

    I have also examined several key global public health issues surrounding substance use and HIV among marginalized populations in the Mexico-United States border region. My research in this region explores: how syndemic factors impact perceived barriers to pre-exposure prophylaxis use among FSW, MSM and transgender women; the social and structural drivers of elevated HIV incidence among female PWID; the environmental (e.g., sexual violence and homelessness) correlates of bacterial vaginosis among FSW-PWID; and sex differences in the multilevel determinants of injection risk behaviors among PWID. Taken together, my research examines the behavioral and contextual drivers of substance use and HIV in several vulnerable groups in a domestic and international context.

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    1. Finding sunshine on a cloudy day: a positive affect intervention for co-occurring methamphetamine use and HIV. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. 2020 Oct 17. 2020. Olem, D, Earle, M, Gomez, W, Coffin, L, Cotton, P, Jain, JP, Moskowitz, JT, Carrico, AW.
    2. Sex Work as a Mediator Between Female Gender and Incident HIV Infection Among People Who Inject Drugs in Tijuana, Mexico. AIDS Behav. 2020 Sep; 24(9):2720-2731. Jain JP, Abramovitz D, Strathdee SA, Gonzalez-Zuniga P, Rangel G, West BS, Pitpitan EV. PMID: 32185596.
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    3. Sex differences in the multilevel determinants of injection risk behaviours among people who inject drugs in Tijuana, Mexico. Drug Alcohol Rev. 2020 Aug 14. Jain JP, Strathdee SA, West BS, Gonzalez-Zuniga P, Rangel G, Pitpitan EV. PMID: 32794626.
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    4. Randomized controlled trial of a positive affect intervention to reduce HIV viral load among sexual minority men who use methamphetamine. J Int AIDS Soc. 2019 12; 22(12):e25436. Carrico AW, Neilands TB, Dilworth SE, Evans JL, G?mez W, Jain JP, Gandhi M, Shoptaw S, Horvath KJ, Coffin L, Discepola MV, Andrews R, Woods WJ, Feaster DJ, Moskowitz JT. PMID: 31860172.
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    5. Perceived barriers to pre-exposure prophylaxis use among HIV-negative men who have sex with men in Tijuana, Mexico: A latent class analysis. PLoS One. 2019; 14(8):e0221558. Patrick R, Jain J, Harvey-Vera A, Semple SJ, Rangel G, Patterson TL, Pines HA. PMID: 31437243.
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    6. Perceived barriers to pre-exposure prophylaxis use and the role of syndemic factors among female sex workers in the Mexico-United States border region: a latent class analysis. AIDS Care. 2020 05; 32(5):557-566. Jain JP, Strathdee SA, Patterson TL, Semple SJ, Harvey-Vera A, Magis-Rodríguez C, Martinez G, Pines HA. PMID: 31163975.
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    7. A Novel Technology-Enhanced Internalized Stigma and Shame Intervention for HIV-Positive Persons With Substance Use Disorders. A Novel Technology-Enhanced Internalized Stigma and Shame Intervention for HIV-Positive Persons With Substance Use Disorders. 2019. Batchelder AW, Moskowitz JT, Jain J, Cohn M, Earle MA and Carrico AW.View Publication.
    8. Randomized controlled trial of a positive affect intervention for methamphetamine users. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2018 11 01; 192:8-15. Carrico AW, G?mez W, Jain J, Shoptaw S, Discepola MV, Olem D, Lagana-Jackson J, Andrews R, Neilands TB, Dilworth SE, Evans JL, Woods WJ, Moskowitz JT. PMID: 30195243.
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    9. Factors in the HIV risk environment associated with bacterial vaginosis among HIV-negative female sex workers who inject drugs in the Mexico-United States border region. BMC Public Health. 2018 Aug 20; 18(1):1032. Jain JP, Bristow CC, Pines HA, Harvey-Vera A, Rangel G, Staines H, Patterson TL, Strathdee SA. PMID: 30126411.
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    10. Continued Transmission of HIV Among Young Adults Who Inject Drugs in San Francisco: Still Room for Improvement. AIDS Behav. 2018 04; 22(4):1383-1394. Mirzazadeh A, Evans JL, Hahn JA, Jain J, Briceno A, Shiboski S, Lum PJ, Bentsen C, Davis G, Shriver K, Dimapasoc M, Stone M, Busch MP, Page K. PMID: 29168067.
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    11. Underreporting in HIV-related high-risk behaviors: comparing the results of multiple data collection methods in a behavioral survey of prisoners in Iran. Prison J. 2018 Mar; 98(2):213-228. Mirzazadeh A, Shokoohi M, Navadeh S, Danesh A, Jain J, Sedaghat A, Farnia M, Haghdoost A. PMID: 30078913.
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    12. Rates and Correlates of Syphilis Reinfection in Men Who Have Sex with Men. LGBT Health. 2017 06; 4(3):232-236. Jain J, Santos GM, Scheer S, Gibson S, Crouch PC, Kohn R, Chang W, Carrico AW. PMID: 27991843.
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    13. A community-engaged randomized controlled trial of an integrative intervention with HIV-positive, methamphetamine-using men who have sex with men. BMC Public Health. 2016 07 30; 16:673. Carrico AW, Jain J, Discepola MV, Olem D, Andrews R, Woods WJ, Neilands TB, Shoptaw S, Gómez W, Dilworth SE, Moskowitz JT. PMID: 27476110.
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    14. Comparison of phosphatidylethanol results to self-reported alcohol consumption among young injection drug users. Alcohol Alcohol. 2014 Sep-Oct; 49(5):520-4. Jain J, Evans JL, Briceño A, Page K, Hahn JA. PMID: 24939855.
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    15. Community-based harm reduction substance abuse treatment with methamphetamine-using men who have sex with men. J Urban Health. 2014 Jun; 91(3):555-67. Carrico AW, Flentje A, Gruber VA, Woods WJ, Discepola MV, Dilworth SE, Neilands TB, Jain J, Siever MD. PMID: 24744105.
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