Michael Duke

Title(s)Project Manager, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address2789 25th St
San Francisco CA 94110
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    University of Texas, AustinPhD05/1996Anthropology
    University of Texas, AustinBA12/1984English
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    University of California San Francisco, Department of Medicine2020  - 2021Short-Term Mentor Award
    Benjamin L. Hooks Institute for Social Change, University of Memphis2017  - 2018Policy Fellowship
    National Science Foundation2014Advanced Training Fellowship in Cultural Domain Analysis
    University orf Memphis2013College of Arts and Sciences Travel Enrichment Awa
    Society for Applied Anthropology2012  - 2021Elected Fellow
    Pacific Institute for Research & Evaluation2006  - 2010Professional Development Award
    Yale University Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS 2000  - 2001Development Award
    University of Texas at Austin Graduate Studies Committee, 1995Professional Development Award
    The Mexican Center, University of Texas at Austin1992C.B. Smith Sr. Travel Scholarship.
    Central States Anthropological Society1992Leslie A. White Award

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    Michael Duke is the Director of Qualitative Research at the Benioff Homelessness and Housing Initiative at UCSF's Center for Vulnerable Populations. He is a medical anthropologist and methodologist, with expertise in qualitative and mixed method study design and analysis. Dr. Duke's research seeks to identify the ways in which particular structural conditions and policies negatively impact the physical and mental health of low income populations in the United States, including people experiencing homelessness, immigrant populations, and low wage workers. He is particularly interested in interrogating the relationship between structural vulnerability, housing and working conditions, and drug and alcohol use.

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    1. COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Acceptability Among Homeless-Experienced Adults: Qualitative Data from Two Samples. J Gen Intern Med. 2021 Oct 26. Knight KR, Duke MR, Carey CA, Pruss G, Garcia CM, Lightfoot M, Imbert E, Kushel M. PMID: 34704204; PMCID: PMC8547296.
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    2. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Community-based participatory research. 2020. View Publication.
    3. Bending the Arc Toward Justice: Including the Excluded- Hooks Policy Papers, Daphene R. McFerren & Elena Delavega, eds. Immigrants in small cities: Challenges and opportunities. 2017; 4-8. . View Publication.
    4. Neocolonialism and healthcare access among Marshall Islanders in the United States. Medical Anthropology Quarterly. 2017; 3(31):422-439.
    5. Alcohol in Latin America: A Social And Cultural History (Book Review). Bulletin of Latin American Research. 2016; 2(35):249-250.
    6. Workplace dynamics in affiliational organizations: A case study of a one-stop agency serving victims of intimate partner violence. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. 2015; 4(30):363-378.
    7. Enhancing the impact of Family Justice Centers via motivational interviewing: An integrated review. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse. 2015; 5(17):532-541. .
    8. Marshall Islanders: Migration Patterns and Healthcare Challenges. Migration Policy Institute, Migration Information Source. 2014. View Publication.
    9. Perceived unfair treatment and problem drinking among male and female military workers. Military Behavioral Health. 2014; 1(2):33-41. .
    10. Like swallowing a butcher knife: Layoffs, masculinity and couple conflict in the U.S. construction industry. Human Organization. 2013; 4(72):293-301. .
    11. Contributions of work stressors, alcohol, and normative beliefs to partner violence. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 2013; (74):195-204. .
    12. Divergent drinking patterns of restaurant workers: The influence of job position and social networks. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. 2013; (28):30-45.
    13. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Healthcare for the Marshallese. 2013; 69. .
    14. Alcohol policy comprehension and compliance among young adult restaurant workers. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. 2012; 3(27):181-195. .
    15. Defining alcohol-specific rules among parents of older adolescents: Moving beyond no tolerance. Journal of Family Communication. 2012; 2(12):111-128.
    16. Food service employee alcohol use, hangovers and norms during and after work hours. Journal of Substance Use. 2012; 3(17):269-276.
    17. The relationship of alcohol problems to risk for unidirectional and bidirectional intimate partner violence among a sample of blue-collar couples. Violence and Victims. 2011; 2(26):147-158.
    18. Ethnicity, well being, and the organization of labor among shade tobacco workers. Medical Anthropology. 2011; 4(30):409-424.
    19. Measuring intimate partner violence among male and female farmworkers in San Diego County, CA. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. 2011; 1(17):59-67. .
    20. PTSD treatment seeking and access among rural Latino veterans: A review of the literature. Journal of Rural Social Sciences. 2011; 3(26):74-100. .
    21. Parental strategies for knowledge of teens' friends: Distinct from monitoring?. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 2011; (20):814-821. .
    22. Competition and the limits of solidarity among unionized construction workers. Anthropology of Work Review. 2010; 2(31):83-91. .
    23. Day laborers and occupational stress: Testing the Migrant Farmworker Stress Inventory with a Latino day laborer population. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology. 2010; 2(16):116-122. .
    24. Chisme y reputación: Soberania y subjetividades rurales en la globalización. Estudios Sociológicos. 2010; 84(28):729-752. .
    25. The impact of occupational culture on drinking behavior of young adults in the U.S. Navy. Journal of Mixed Methods Research. 2009; 2(3):129-150. .
    26. Problem drinking, unemployment, and intimate partner violence among a sample of construction industry workers and their partners. Journal of Family Violence. 2009; (24):63-74. .
    27. The effects of problem drinking and sexual risk among Mexican migrant workers on their community of origin. Human Organization. 2009; 3(68):328-339. .
    28. Dimensions of problem drinking among young adult restaurant workers. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. 2009; 5(35):329-333. .
    29. Challenges of contraceptive use and pregnancy prevention among women in the U.S. Navy. Qualitative Health Research. 2008; 2(18):244-253. .
    30. HIV/AIDS: Stories of a Global Epidemic, Cynthia Pope and Renee White, eds. Drug use, syringe sharing and HIV risk in the People's Republic of China. 2008; 40-49. .
    31. Disparities in access to behavioral health services for Puerto Rican-descended adolescents. Human Organization. 2008; 1(67):68-76. .
    32. Medical anthropology in the USA and China in the context of the AIDS syndemic. Journal of Guangxi University for Nationalities. 2006; 3(28):9-13. .
    33. Patterns of intimate partner violence among drug using women. Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology. 2006; 1(34):29-38. .
    34. Characteristics of drug use and sexual behavior among injection drug users in Guangdong province. Chinese Journal Of AIDS and STDs. 2006; 2(12):117-120. .
    35. Handbook for Conducting Drug Abuse Research with Hispanic Populations; Traditional Families and Substance Abuse: The Hispanic Contribution to an Alternative Prevention and Treatment Approach (Book Review). 2005; 2(19):231-233. .
    36. Community outreach: A case study among Guangzhou injection drug users. Journal of Guangxi University for Nationalities. 2004; 4(26):83-87. .
    37. La Producción y las condiciones laborales en las fincas del tabaco de sombra del Valle Río Connecticut. Revista Chilena de Antropología Visual. 2004; (4). . View Publication.
    38. Epidemiological survey of poly-drug Abuse among injection drug users in Guangdong Province. South China Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2004; 6(30):8-11. .
    39. Qualitative study of drug use and syringe sharing among IDUs in Guangdong. Qualitative study of drug use and syringe sharing among IDUs in Guangdong. 2004; 6(3):1-4. .
    40. Alcohol use in adolescents whose fathers abuse drugs. Journal of Addictive Diseases. 2003; 1(22):11-34. .
    41. Handbook of Latin American Studies. Middle American Ethnology. 2003; (59):87-100. .
    42. Continuing Education Textbook for Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The application of RARE in public health. 2003. .
    43. "No somos la migra": The challenges of research among stationary Mexican farmworkers in the Northeastern United States. Practicing Anthropology. 2003; 1(25):26-29. .
    44. Celibacy, Culture, and Society: The Anthropology of Sexual Abstinence, Sandra Bell & Elisa Janine Sobo, eds. Staying clean: Notes on Mazatec ritual celibacy and sexual orientation. 2001; 125-136. .
    45. The challenges of street research on drug use, violence, and AIDS Risk. Addiction Research and Theory. 2001; 4(9):365-402. .
    46. The status of racial/ ethnic minorities in the Texas legal profession. Texas Bar Journal. 1998; (October):1-2. .
    47. The status of women in the Texas legal profession. Texas Bar Journal. 1998; (November):1-2. .
    48. Writing Mazateco: Linguistic standardization and social power. Texas Linguistic Forum. 1995; (3):305-314. .