Research Associate II
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Jamie Fuega, MPH public health career, focuses on HIV prevention, program evaluation, capacity building for community-based organizations, and decreasing health disparities to improve quality of life for disenfranchised people. She currently works as a research associate/evaluation specialist at ETR. Before joining the ETR team, she worked on multiple projects focused on HIV treatment, enrollment, and Trans women of color adherence and improving gender-affirming healthcare for young Trans and Non-binary individuals. Jamie is a first-year DrPH student at Rutgers University School of Public Health. She received her Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Texas Health Science Center SPH-Houston in 2016 and her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Tuskegee University in 2013. She strives to be an effective leader committed to actualizing sustainable health initiatives across multiple disciplines for Black communities.
- Gilead COMPASS Initiative
- Cal Wellness Women's Initiative
- Authors: Tooru Nemoto, Ph.D., Mariko Iwamoto, M.A., Yik Koon Teh, Ph.D., Rebecca de Guzman, Ph.D., Jamie Fuega, MPH. Access to Care and HIV Risk among MSM in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, APHA 2017
- Authors: Mandy J Hill, Misha Granado, Yolanda Villarreal, Jamie Fuega, David J Robinson and Angela L Stotts. Predictors of Sexual Scripts Among Young, Sexually-Active, Substance-Using African American Women Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research