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Social Scientist, HIV Vaccine Trials Network
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Global Health, School of Public Health
Core Faculty, Sociobehavioral & Prevention Research Core
Health Disparities, HIV Prevention, African American Health and Quality of Life, Mixed Methods, Community-Based Participatory Research, Qualitative Methods, Harm Reduction
Dr. Andrasik provides leadership for the CFAS/CFAR Community Action Board HIV Disparities Working Group and their community-based participatory research project, “Reducing HIV Disparities: Sexual Concurrency Communication for HIV Prevention among African-American and African-Born Populations” (funded by NIH, August 2008). The goal of this project is to develop new prevention messages for the African American and African-born communities in Seattle and King County using the scientific research on sexual networks and concurrency.
PhD, Clinical Health Psychology, University of Miami 2006
EdM, Psychological Counseling, Columbia University
MA, Health Education, Columbia University
Qualitative Research Consultation
Community Based Participatory Research Consultation
Collins, S.E., Clifasefi, S.L., Dana, B., Andrasik, M.P., Stahl, N., Kirouac, M., Welbaum, C., King, M., & Malone, D. (in press). Where harm reduction meets Housing First: Exploring alcohol’s role in a project-based Housing First setting. International Journal on Drug Policy.
Duran, B., Harrison, M., Shurley, M., Foley, K., Morris, P., Davidson-Stroh, L., Iralu, J., Jiang, Y., & Andrasik, M.P., (2010). Tribally-Driven HIV/AIDS Health Services Partnerships: Evidence-Based Meets Culture-Centered Interventions. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, 9(2), 110-129.
Burlingham, B., Andrasik, M.P., Larimer M., Marlatt, G.A., & Spigner, C. (2009). A house is not a home: A qualitative assessment of the life experiences of alcoholic homeless women. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 10(2), 158-179.
Andrasik, MP, Rose R, Pereira D, Antoni M. (2008). Barriers to cervical cancer screening among low-income HIV-positive African American women. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 19(3), 912-925.
Rose, RC, Peake, MR, Ennis, N, Pereira, DB, & Antoni, MH (2005). Depressive symptoms, intrusive thoughts, sleep quality, and sexual quality of life in women co-infected with HIV and Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Chronic Illness, 1(4), 281-287.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
1100 Fairview Avenue N, LE-500
Seattle, WA 98109-1024
mandrasik at fhcrc.org OR mpeake at uw.edu
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