Miranda Hill, PhD, MPH

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address1330 Broadway Street, #1100
Oakland CA 94612
Phone415-502-1000 ext. 17156
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    Spelman College, Atlanta, GAB.S. 05/2007Biological Sciences
    University of Georgia, Athens, GAMPH05/2012Health Promotion & Behavior
    University of Georgia, Athens, GAPhD12/2019Health Promotion & Behavior
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    Expanding the Bench2023  - 2024Leaders in Equitable Evaluation & Diversity (L.E.E.A.D.)
    UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies2020  - 2023Traineeships In AIDS Prevention Studies Fellowship (NIMH-T32)
    University of California, San Francisco2022  - 2022Emerging Health Equity Scholar
    Southern Regional Education Board2015  - 2019State Doctoral Scholars Fellowship
    Duke University2016  - 2017Social Networks & Health Fellow (NICHD-R25)
    University of Georgia 2014  - 2015Scholar of Excellence Award
    University of Georgia2014  - 2015Excellence in Research Award
    University of Georgia2014  - 2014Mary Frances Early Community Service Award
    University of Georgia2014  - 2014Excellence in Health Promotion Award
    Feminist Women's Health Center 2013  - 2013Trailblazer in Women's Health Award
    University of Georgia 2014Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health
    University of Georgia2015National Blue Key Honor Society

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    I am a social and behavioral scientist who combines interdisciplinary culturally relevant theories with community-led approaches to explore and identify social determinants of health in partnership with diverse women and other minoritized groups.

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    1. Truth be told: Testimonies of a first generation Black STEM health scholar + wife + mother. In Gifted Black Women Navigating the Doctoral Process. Routledge. 2024. Hill, M.
    2. Stigma, social and structural vulnerability, and mental health among transgender women: A partial least square path modeling analysis. Journal of Nursing Scholarship. 2023; (00):1– 18. Sherman, A. D. F., Higgins, M. K., Balthazar, M. S., Hill, M., Klepper, M., Schneider, J. S., Adams, D., Radix, A., Mayer, K. H., Cooney, E. E., Poteat, T. C., Wirtz, A. L. & Reisner, S. L. . View Publication.
    3. Stigma, social and structural vulnerability, and mental health among transgender women: A partial least square path modeling analysis. J Nurs Scholarsh. 2024 Jan; 56(1):42-59. Sherman ADF, Higgins MK, Balthazar MS, Hill M, Klepper M, Schneider JS, Adams D, Radix A, Mayer KH, Cooney EE, Poteat TC, Wirtz AL, Reisner SL, American Cohort to Study HIV Acquisition Among Transgender Women (LITE) Study Group. PMID: 38228564; PMCID: PMC10792251.
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    4. Ending the HIV Epidemic PrEP equity recommendations from a rapid ethnographic assessment of multilevel PrEP use determinants among young Black gay and bisexual men in Atlanta, GA. PLOS ONE. 2023; 18(3):e0283764. Hill, M., Smith, J., Elimam, D., Mustafaa, G., Wortley, P. Taylor, B., Harris, O.
    5. Socio-ecological Barriers to Viral Suppression Among Transgender Women Living with HIV in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California. AIDS Behav. 2023 Aug; 27(8):2523-2534. Jain JP, Hill M, Gamarel KE, Santos GM, Johnson MO, Neilands TB, Dilworth SE, Reback CJ, Sevelius J. PMID: 36682008; PMCID: PMC10362091.
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    6. The Helping Networks of Transgender Women Living with HIV. J Community Health. 2023 06; 48(3):480-488. Hill M, Sevelius J, Sherman ADF, Balthazar M, Klepper M, Radix A, Rebchook G, Hansen N. PMID: 36662345; PMCID: PMC10198843.
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    7. The mediating role of social support between HIV stigma and sexual orientation-based medical mistrust among newly HIV-diagnosed gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men. AIDS Care. 2023 05; 35(5):696-704. Hill M, Truszczynski N, Newbold J, Coffman R, King A, Brown MJ, Radix A, Kershaw T, Kirklewski S, Sikkema K, Haider MR, Wilson P, Hansen N. PMID: 36205058; PMCID: PMC10079779.
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    8. Transgender and Gender Diverse Community Connection, Help-Seeking, and Mental Health Among Black Transgender Women Who Have Survived Violence: A Mixed-Methods Analysis. Violence Against Women. 2022 03; 28(3-4):890-921. Sherman ADF, Allgood S, Alexander KA, Klepper M, Balthazar MS, Hill M, Cannon CM, Dunn D, Poteat T, Campbell J. PMID: 34167394; PMCID: PMC9171078.
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    9. “I’m Gonna Get Busy Living”: Examining the Trajectories of Affect, Behavioral Health, and Psychological Resilience Among Persons Living With HIV in a Southeastern US Health District. Global Qualitative Nursing Research. 2020; 6. Miranda Hill, Amber Huff, Neale Chumbler . View Publication.
    10. Variation in Networks and Forms of Support for Care‐seeking across the HIV Care Continuum in the Rural Southeastern United States. 2018; 34(1):71-79. Miranda Hill, Amber Huff, Neale Chumbler . View Publication.
    11. An Exploratory Study of the Relationship between Social Technology Use and Depression among College Students. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy. 2018; 34(1):33-39. Carolyn Lauckner, Miranda Hill, Lucy Annang Ingram. View Publication.
    12. An in-depth mixed-methods approach to Ryan White HIV/AIDS care program comprehensive needs assessment from the Northeast Georgia Public Health District: The significance of patient privacy, psychological health, and social stigma to care. Evaluation and Program Planning. 2015; 49:137-148. Amber Huff, Neale Chumbler, Colleen O'Brien Cherry, Miranda Hill, Vic Veguilla. View Publication.
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