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Carol Kaufman, PhD 

Associate Professor 

Research Interests:
  • HIV and STD issues among American Indian and Alaska Native Youth
  • Community and Cultural Context of Health
  • Intervention Research
  • Research Design
  • Teaching Areas:
  • Health Disparities
  • Research Design
  • HIV/STD Prevention
  • Community Participatory Research
  • Current Research Projects:
  • NIMH: Differential Impact of HIV Intervention on Native Youth (9/04 -7/10, Principal Investigator): This project examines the differential effects of middle-school HIV prevention curriculum developed especially for American Indian students.
  • NIMH: Multilevel Analysis of American Indian Mental Health, Illness and Service Use (9/07 - 6/10, Principal Investigator)
  • CDC: Translating RESPECT with Native Communities (9/08 - 9/11, Principal Investigator): This translational research project assesses the external validity and potential dissemination in American Indian and Alaska Native communities of RESPECT, a proven HIV-prevention intervention.  
  • Education:
  • Northwestern University, BS, Industrial Engineering, 1985
  • Tulane University, MA, Latin American Studies, 1988
  • University of Michigan, MA, Sociology, 1992
  • University of Michigan, PhD, Sociology, Demography, 1997
  • Colorado School of Public Health

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