Sharon Parker, PhD MSW MS
Brown University School of Medicine and The Miriam Hospital
Division of Infectious Diseases
164 Summit Ave
Biographical Sketch: Dr. Parker is a health disparities researcher examining the structural, social, behavioral, and biological factors influencing the transmission of HIV. She examines the interconnectedness of HIV, substance abuse, intimate partner violence, and gender inequality among high-risk populations. Dr. Parker has engaged in several randomized control trials funded by NIH and CDC. Lastly, she conducts biomedical research examining Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis with MSM and heterosexual women to reduce the transmission of HIV.
3357.0 Lessons learned when adapting an evidence-based HIV behavioral intervention for women prisoners: Issues delivering the intervention before and after release from prison 3357.0 Whatever I got, you gonna get: HIV risk and perception of male condoms among incarcerated African American women in North Carolina 3431.1 Role of religion on HIV testing practices among African American men in the south 4116.0 Results from Do one Thing: A geographically oriented HIV test and treat program in a medically underserved neighborhood in Philadelphia, PA 4417.0 Tattoo parties: Self reported HCV risk factors among members of a Philadelphia neighborhood