Research Associate, Center for Health Policy & Inequalities Research, Duke University

Susan S. Reif is a Principal Investigator for a federally funded study of the feasibility and outcomes associated with in-home mental health treatment for individuals with HIV/AIDS and a study focused on development of a substance use intervention for individuals with HIV; she is also an Investigator for a federally funded study of the influence of traumatic experiences on health outcomes among HIV-infected individuals and evaluator for several federally funded research projects related to HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, and mental illness treatment and prevention. Her specific duties include project leadership, designing analysis plans, performing qualitative and quantitative data analyses, interpreting study results, and writing manuscripts for publication. Additional responsibilities include development of new research agendas, grant writing and submission, and presentation of research findings to policymakers and research colleagues.

Experience

  • –present
    Research Associate, Center for Health Policy & Inequalities Research, Duke University