Staff

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Pictured from left to right (Front row): Michelle Meneses, Jonathan Pak, Dr. Hahm, Mario Feranil, and Julia Iansiti. (Back row): Michelle Tagerman, Christine Chiao, and Felicia Lesman.

BU Asian-American Women’s Sexual Health Initiative Project’s staff is comprised of both graduate and undergraduate students with a variety of interests and concentrations.

Mario Feranil

Research Coordinator

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Mario graduated from Boston University with a degree in Human Physiology in 2013. He is interested in understanding how the cultural and economic backgrounds of individuals shape their health behaviors. He hopes to pursue a future career in medicine where he can combine public health techniques and insights with direct patient interaction.

Mario is working with Dr. Hahm on the article:

Hahm, H.C., Augsberger, A., & Feranil, M. Depression, substance use, and forgone healthcare among Asian American women who were sexually assaulted. (in progress).

Hong, J.S., Voisin, D.R., Hahm, H.C.,& Feranil, M (submitted). A  systematic review of sexual knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of South Korean adolescents. Journal of Early Adolescence.

Mario Has worked on the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., Augsberger, A., Feranil, M., & Ha, J.N. (2014, October). A Mixed Methodology Study on the Mental Health, Substance Use, and HIV Risk Behavior Patterns among Young Asian-American Women with a History of Forced Sex. Poster presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research (AHSR) in Boston, MA.

Hahm, H.C., Augsberger, A., Feranil, M. (2014, March). Forced Sex, Substance Use, HIV Risk Behaviors – Young Asian American Immigrant Women. Part of the Panel: The HIV/AIDS Epidemic and Immigrant Populations. 6th Annual Health Disparities Conference in New York, New York.

Hahm, H.C., Cook, B., Feranil, M., & Valentine, A. (2014, January). Mental health diagnosis and patterns of mental health care utilization among Asian-American women who were sexually assaulted. Poster presentation at the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX.

 

Kelly Poon

Research Coordinator

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Kelly will be a second year graduate student at the Boston University School of Public Health with a concentration in International Health. Prior to joining AWSHIP, Kelly worked as a research assistant for two years in the neurobiology department at The Rockefeller University. She is interested in learning how social and cultural factors can affect health outcomes, especially within the API population.

Kelly can be reached at kpoon@bu.edu

Kelly has worked on the following article with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., Poon, K.L., Chang, S. Lee, A., & Hien, D. (2014, October). Developing an Intervention to Improve the Mental and Sexual Health of Asian-American Women: A Pilot Study of the AWARE Intervention. Poster presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research (AHSR) Conference in Boston, MA.

 

 

Michelle Meneses

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Michelle Meneses will be a second year graduate student at the Boston University School of Social Work with a focus on Clinical Social Work and Behavioral Medicine. Her interests in the Asian population broadened after doing volunteer work in Vietnam and backpacking around Southeast Asia.  Her current interests include social work’s intersections with law and neuroscience and the alleviation of mass incarceration.

Michelle has worked on the following article and presentation with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C. Chang, S. T., Tong, H. Q., Meneses, M. A. Yuzbasioglu, R. F. , Hien, D. (2014). Intersection of suicidality and substance abuse among young Asian-American women: implications for developing interventions in young adulthood. Advances in Dual Diagnosis, 7(2), 90-104. doi: 10.1108/add-03-2014-0012

Hahm, H.C., Meneses, M.A., Tagerman, M.D, Pak J. (2014, October). Translational Research: From Observational Study to Intervention Development- The Creation of AWARE (Asian Women’s Action for Resilience and Empowerment). Oral presentation at Soongsil University, Seoul, South Korea.

Michelle can be contacted at mmeneses@bu.edu.

Jonathan Pak

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Jonathan Pak is currently a second year Clinical MSW student at the Boston University School of Social Work. He also received his bachelor’s degree in psychology at Boston University in 2013. His experience includes interning at YouthBuild Just-A-Start in Cambridge which is an alternative high school where he provided mental health support and case management services to at-risk youth. He is currently interning at the Adult Behavioral Health Psychiatric Unit at Boston Medical Center where he provides individual counseling for substance abuse treatment, depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders. Jonathan also has a strong research interest in creating culturally-competent mental health treatments for diverse populations.

Jonathan has worked on the following presentation with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., Meneses, M.A., Tagerman, M.D, Pak J. (2014, October). Translational Research: From Observational Study to Intervention Development- The Creation of AWARE (Asian Women’s Action for Resilience and Empowerment). Oral presentation at Soongsil University, Seoul, South Korea.

Michelle Tagerman

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Michelle, a Boston native, is a senior at Sargent College studying health sciences and public health. She is very interested in the United States health care and insurance system, and hopes to work in health care policy and management. This is her first year at AWSHIP.

Michelle has worked on the following presentation with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., Meneses, M.A., Tagerman, M.D, Pak J. (2014, October). Translational Research: From Observational Study to Intervention Development- The Creation of AWARE (Asian Women’s Action for Resilience and Empowerment). Oral presentation at Soongsil University, Seoul, South Korea.

Meaghan C. Dougher

Meaghan is a junior studying biology and biological anthropology in the College of Arts & Sciences. She has been working with AWSHIP since March 2014. Meaghan currently interns at the Montgomery County Coroner in Pennsylvania assisting with autopsies and helping medical investigators. She is originally from southeastern Pennsylvania and volunteers at a local hospital. At Boston University, Meaghan is a member of BU bands acting as a section leader for marching band and pep band. She is also a brother and current chapter Vice President of Kappa Kappa Psi, a national honorary fraternity for college band members. Meaghan is currently working on a paper with Hyeouk Chris Hahm and Astraea Augsberger.

Meaghan has worked on the following presentation with Dr. Hahm:

Augsberger, A., Hahm, H.C., & Dougher, M.C. & Yeung, A.S. (2014, October). Barriers to substance use and mental health utilization among Asian-American women: Exploring the conflict between emotional distress and cultural stigma. Oral presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research (AHSR) Conference in Boston, MA.

Julia Iansiti

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Julia is a freshman in the College of Arts & Sciences, studying psychology and international relations. She is a member of Boston University’s Kilachand Honors College. Her passion for psychology sparked her interest in working with research groups like AWSHIP. She has been with AWSHIP since June 2014.

 

 

Alumni

R. Filiz Yuzbasioglu

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Filiz is currently a junior from Lincoln, RI studying Health Science. She is very interested in the health of vulnerable populations, specifically in regards to international health. She hopes to go on to graduate school for public health, then do work to benefit children or other vulnerable populations.

Filiz has worked on the following article with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C. Chang, S. T., Tong, H. Q., Meneses, M. A. Yuzbasioglu, R. F. , & Hien, D. (2014). Intersection of suicidality and substance abuse among young Asian-American women: implications for developing interventions in young adulthood. Advances in Dual Diagnosis, 7(2), 90-104. doi: 10.1108/add-03-2014-0012

Filiz can be contacted at rfy@bu.edu

 

Felicia Lesman

Felicia Lesman is currently a senior in Boston University’s Sargent College, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Physiology. Her research in fat cells and obesity has sparked her interest in clinical research. Because of her Asian (Chinese/Indonesian) background, she has gained understanding of and interest in the works of AWSHIP and she hopes to learn more about it through participation in the team. In the future, Felicia hopes to pursue Medical School and pursue a career in pediatrics.

Felicia can be contacted at felicia.lesman123@gmail.com

 

Christine Chiao

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Christine is a second year graduate student studying Medical Science and Public Health at the Boston University School of Medicine. Previously she has done wet lab research on cancer epigenetics at the BU Cancer Center. She is interested in health disparities research, and hopes to pursue a clinical career where she can integrate aspects of public health and preventative medicine.

Christine has worked with Dr. Hahm on the following article:

Hahm, H.C., Gonyea, J.G., *Chiao, C., *Koritsanszky, L.A. (2014). Fractured identity: A framework for understanding young Asian-American women’s self-harm and suicidal behaviors. Race and Social Problems, 6(1), 56-58. doi: 10.1007/s12552-014-9115-4

Christine has worked with Dr. Hahm on the following presentations:

Hahm, H.C., Jang J., Vu C., Alexander M., Chiao C., & H. Hwang. (2013, October). Drug Use, Co-Morbid Mental Health, and Suicidality: Findings on Young Asian-American Women. III International Congress on Dual Disorders, Barcelona, Spain.

Hahm, H.C., Chiao, C., Chmielewski, J., & Alexander, M. The Risk Factors and Expressions of Poor Mental Health among Asian-American Women. Presented at the 2013 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting in Seattle, WA.

Hahm, H.C., Alexander, M,. Chiao C., & Chmielewski, J. Depression among children of immigrants: voices of Asian-Pacific Islander (API) women. Presented at the IAWMH 2013 World Congress on Women’s Mental Health in Lima, Peru.

Hahm H.C., Alexander, M., Chiao, C., & Chmielewski J. Who becomes vulnerable to depression?: voices of young Asian-Pacific Islander (API) women. Presented at the 2013 Society for Prevention Research Conference in San Francisco, CA.

Hahm, H.C., Alexander, L.M., Chiao, C., & Chmielewski, J. (2013, November). Childhood Maltreatment and Exhibition of Mental and Sexual Health Problems among Young Adult Asian-American Women. Poster presented in Women’s Caucus, 141st American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts.

Christine can be contacted at cchiao@bu.edu

 

Sandra Archer

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Sandra graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Boston University in 2014.  She is a Jamaican American from Miami who loves to travel and immerse herself in new cultures. She has a passion for working towards bridging the gaps in health disparities within this country, as well as others. As an undergraduate, she was excited to work with AWSHIP and learn more about the Asian-American community, as well as help with research that will raise awareness on important public health issues. Throughout life, Sandra aspires to make a difference that will have a positive affect on many.

Dr. Hahm and Sandra have worked on the following presentations:

Hahm, H.C., Gonyea, J.G. ,Koritxanszky, L. A. , Archer S., Hok, R. (2014, Sept). Parenting style, suicidality, self–harm behaviors among Asian American children of immigrants. Oral presentation to be presented in XVI World Congress of Psychiatry. Spain, Madrid.

Hahm, H.C., Cook, B.L., Lee, J., Vu, C., & Archer, S. (2013, November). Psychological Distress, Mental Health Services, and Forgone Health Care Use among Lesbian and Bisexual Asian-American Women. Oral presentation scheduled to be presented in Women’s caucus, 141st American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts.

Rosanna Hok

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Rosie graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in 2014 from Boston University.  She focused on Human Physiology, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology. As an undergraduate, she was excited to learn more about mental health and how it affects API women. In the future, she hopes to pursue medical school.

Rosie and Dr.Hahm have worked on the following presentation:

Hahm, H.C., Gonyea, J.G. ,Koritxanszky, L. A. , Archer S., Hok, R. (2014, Sept). Parenting style, suicidality, self–harm behaviors among Asian American children of immigrants. Oral presentation to be presented in XVI World Congress of Psychiatry. Spain, Madrid.

Rosie can be contacted at rhok@bu.edu.

Luca Koritsanszky

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Luca graduated with her Master’s degree from the Boston University School of Public Health in 2014 with a concentration in International Health and an emphasis area in sex, sexuality, gender and health. Before joining AWSHIP, Luca traveled to India to study maternal health in rural communities, and worked at the Yale Child Study Center on a clinical trial examining women’s mental health in low-income housing communities. She is excited to join AWSHIP and gain a more holistic understanding of women’s health.

Lucas and Dr. Hahm have worked on the following article together:

Hahm, H.C., Gonyea, J.G., Chiao, C., Koritsanszky, L.A. (2014). Fractured identity: A framework for understanding young Asian-American women’s self-harm and suicidal behaviors. Race and Social Problems, 6(1), 56-58. doi: 10.1007/s12552-014-9115-4

Lucas and Dr. Hamh have worked on the following presentation together:

Hahm, H.C., Gonyea, J.G. ,Koritxanszky, L. A. , Archer S., Hok, R. (2014, Sept). Parenting style, suicidality, self–harm behaviors among Asian American children of immigrants. Oral presentation to be presented in XVI World Congress of Psychiatry. Spain, Madrid.

Luca can be reached at lkoritsa@bu.edu

Haejin Hwang

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Haejin Hwang is an undergraduate at Boston University majoring in Health Science. She began working with AWSHIP in the fall of 2011. After graduating from Sargent College, she would like to work in the field of public health. Haejin’s interests involve working in an international health organization. Outside of her academics, Haejin enjoys playing the oboe and listening to classical music.

Haejin and Dr. Hahm have worked on the following presentation together:

Hahm, H.C., Jang J., Vu C., Alexander M., Chiao C., & H. Hwang. (2013, October). Drug Use, Co-Morbid Mental Health, and Suicidality: Findings on Young Asian-American Women. Submitted to the Ill International Congress on Dual Disorders, Barcelona, Spain.

Haejin can be contacted at hjhwang@bu.edu

Christina Heyon Lee

Christina Lee is currently a cultural/medical anthropologist (MA, University of Colorado, Boulder) with a research focus on immigrant Asian communities in the US and Canada.  She has research experience in community health centers, senior centers, non-profits, and in corporate research and design.  Currently, she is a full-time mom of three and serves as the ethnographic research consultant for AWSHIP.  She works closely with the PI, Hyeouk Chris Hahm, predominantly with the qualitative analysis portion of the project.  She also sits on the board and does fundraising for a local non-profit.

Dr. Hahm and Christina have published the following article together:

Hahm, H.C., Lee, C.H, Ja-yoon “Uni”, C., Ward, A., & Lunddren, L. (2012). Sexual attitudes, reasons for forgoing condom use, and the influence of gender power among Asian-American women: a qualitative study. Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research. S1:004. doi:10.4172/2155-6113.S1-004

Christina can be contacted at ChristinaHeyonLee@gmail.com.

Uni Choe

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Uni Choe is a Harvard University student, concentrating in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality. She heard of AWSHIP from a flier at Harvard and contacted Dr.Hyeouk Chris Hahm at Boston University’s School of Social Work. She found AWSHIP as a perfect combination of Uni’s interests. As a 1.5 generation Korean American, she is interested and passionate for other Asian Americans. In addition, as she is interested in pursuing medicine, the project’s focus on women and their health issues was a perfect fit. In AWSHIP, Uni was mainly working with qualitative data analysis while also working on other various tasks including creating a promotional video on AWSHIP. Outside of work and school, Uni enjoys theatrical plays, musicals and movies.

Dr. Hahm and Uni have published the following article together:

Hahm, H.C., Lee, C.H,  Choe, J.U., Ward, A., & Lundgren, L. (2012). Sexual attitudes, reasons for forgoing condom use, and the influence of gender power among Asian-American women: a qualitative study. Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research. S1:004. doi:10.4172/2155-6113.S1-004

Uni has also worked on the following presentation with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., Lundgren, L., *Choe, J.U., & *Lo, V. (2011, November). Suicidal ideation and substance use among Asian-American young women. Oral presentation presented at the annual meeting of American Public Health Association, Washington, DC.

Uni can be contacted at choe@fas.harvard.edu.

Melissa Alexander

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Melissa graduated from Harvard College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 2010. While at Harvard, she worked with Dr. Jill Hooley’s team to conduct research on psychopathologies such as depression and schizophrenia. Along with her interest in clinical psychology, she is passionate about mental health advocacy and spreading awareness about mental illness. She was thrilled to work with Dr. Hahm to further investigate mental health outcomes in Asian-American women.

Dr. Hahm and Melissa have worked on the following papers and presentations together:

Hahm, H.C., Jang J., Vu C., Alexander M., Chiao C., & H. Hwang. (2013, October). Drug Use, Co-Morbid Mental Health, and Suicidality: Findings on Young Asian-American Women. Submitted to the Ill International Congress on Dual Disorders, Barcelona, Spain

Hahm, H.C., Alexander, L.M., Chiao, C., Chmielewski, J.A., & Lee, C.H. (2013, May). Who becomes vulnerable to depression?: voices of young Asian-Pacific Islander (API) women. Poster to be presented at the Society for Prevention Research (SPR) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Hahm, H.C., Chiao, C., Chmielewski, J., & Alexander, L.M. (2013, April). The risk factors and expressions of poor mental health among Asian-American women.Poster to be presented at the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Hahm, H.C., Alexander, L.M., Chiao, C., Chmielewski, J.A., & Lee, C.H.  (2013, March). Depression among children of immigrants: Voices of Asian-Pacific Islander (API) women. Poster presented at the 5th World Congress on Women’s Mental Health, Lima, Peru.

Hahm, H.C., Jang, J., & Alexander, L.M. (2013, March). Substance use, HIV risk behaviors, and health care utilization associated with forced sex among Asian-American women. Oral presentation presented at the 5th World Congress on Women’s Mental Health, Lima, Peru.

Hahm, H.C., Jang, J., Vu, C.,  Alexander, L.M., Driscoll, K.E., & Lundgren, L.M. (2013). Drug use and suicidality among Asian-American women who are children of immigrants. Substance Use and Misuse.

Hahm, H.C., Alexander, L.M., Chiao, C., & Chmielewski, J. (2013, November). Childhood Maltreatment and Exhibition of Mental and Sexual Health Problems among Young Adult Asian-American Women. Poster scheduled to be presented in Women’s caucus, 141st American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts.

Melissa can be contacted at melissa.alexander@post.harvard.edu

Cecilia Vu

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Cecilia was an undergraduate at Boston University in a combined BA/MPH degree program for American Studies and Public Health. She began working at AWSHIP during May of 2011. Since then, she’s assisted Dr. Hahm with various responsibilities, including data collection among local Asian-American communities, publications, and grant projects. Cecilia feels very fortunate to be working with a strong team of motivated students and to be learning a great deal about women’s health, the Asian-American population, and public health research. In the future, she hopes to pursue higher education in public health and to continue researching.

Dr. Hahm and Cecilia have worked on the following presentation together:

Hahm, H.C., *Jang J., Vu C., Alexander M., Chiao C., & H. Hwang. (2013, October). Drug Use, Co-Morbid Mental Health, and Suicidality: Findings on Young Asian-American Women. Submitted to the Ill International Congress on Dual Disorders, Barcelona, Spain.

Hahm, H.C., Lundgren, L., *Choe, J.U., & *Lo, V. (2011, November). Suicidal ideation and substance use among Asian-American young women. Oral presentation will be presented at the annual meeting of American Public Health Association, Washington, DC.

Hahm, H.C., Cook, B.L., Lee, J., Vu, C., & Archer, S. (2013, November). Psychological Distress, Mental Health Services, and Forgone Health Care Use among Lesbian and Bisexual Asian-American Women. Oral presentation scheduled to be presented in Women’s caucus, 141st American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts.

Dr. Hahm and Cecilia have worked on the following paper together:

Hahm, H.C., Jang, J., Vu, C.,  Alexander, L.M., Driscoll, K.E., & Lundgren, L.M. (2013). Drug use and suicidality among Asian-American women who are children of immigrants. Substance Use and Misuse.

Cecilia can be contacted at cecvu@bu.edu

Kelsie Driscoll

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Kelsie Driscoll was an undergraduate at Boston University in the five-year Liberal Arts/M.P.H degree program studying Psychology and Public Health. She interned for the Boston University Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders last year, and is looking forward to applying the skills she learned there to the more community focused research done at AWSHIP.  While working with Dr. Hahm, she was excited to work with the AWSHIP team and learn more about community health. In the future, she hopes to do research for the field of public health.

Kelsie has worked on the following presentation with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., *Jang, J., *Ward, A., & *Driscoll, K. (2012, October). Impact of Different Types of Substance Uses among Asian-American Women: Suicidal Ideation and Suicide Attempt. Scheduled to be presented at the 140th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA.

Dr. Hahm and Kelsie have worked on the following paper together:

Hahm, H.C., Jang, J., Vu, C.,  Alexander, L.M., Driscoll, K.E., & Lundgren, L.M. (2013). Drug use and suicidality among Asian-American women who are children of immigrants. Substance Use and Misuse.

Kelsie can be contacted at kelsied@bu.edu

Jessica Chmielewski

Jessica was a graduate student in clinical social work. She interned at the Veteran’s Hospital in the outpatient oncology and infectious disease clinic. Some of her research interests include: veterans, access to mental health care, infectious diseases, and PTSD. Jessica was also in the process of completing a certificate in behavioral medicine in which she studied psychopharmacological treatment, as well as behavioral medicine alternatives. After graduation, Jessica hoped to work in a hospital setting providing therapeutic support for adults and older adults.

Dr. Hahm and Jessica have worked on the following presentations:

Hahm, H.C., Alexander, L.M., Chiao, C., Chmielewski, J.A., & Lee, C.H.  (2013, March). Depression among children of immigrants: Voices of Asian-Pacific Islander (API) women. Poster presented at the 5th World Congress on Women’s Mental Health, Lima, Peru.

Hahm, H.C., Chiao, C., Chmielewski, J., & Alexander, L.M. (2013, April). The risk factors and expressions of poor mental health among Asian-American women.Poster to be presented at the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Hahm, H.C., Alexander, L.M., Chiao, C., Chmielewski, J.A., & Lee, C.H. (2013, May). Who becomes vulnerable to depression?: voices of young Asian-Pacific Islander (API) women. Poster to be presented at the Society for Prevention Research (SPR) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Hahm, H.C., Alexander, L.M., Chiao, C., & Chmielewski, J. (2013, November). Childhood Maltreatment and Exhibition of Mental and Sexual Health Problems among Young Adult Asian-American Women. Poster scheduled to be presented in Women’s caucus, 141st American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts.

Gaby Manganella

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Gaby was a second-year dual master’s student in clinical social work and special education. She worked as a middle school counselor in Natick, Massachusetts. Her previous research experience includes internships at the PREP (Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis) program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and work with the Nellie Mae Education Foundation. Gaby enjoyed her time at AWSHIP where she learned more about the research process. After graduation, Gaby hopes to continue her work as a school counselor.

Sara Shilling

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Sara Shilling was an undergraduate at Boston University studying Health Science and Public Health. She hoped to pursue a masters degree in Public Health. She is interested in global health and the social and behavioral influences on health. She became a part of the AWSHIP team in 2012 and was excited to be a part of such a unique program.

Sara has worked on the following presentation with Dr. Hahm:

Shilling, S. & Hahm, H.C. (2012, October). Asian Women’s Action for Resilience and Empowerment (AWARE). Poster presentation at Boson University Undergraduate Research Symposium. Boston, MA

Hahm, H.C., Jang, J., Shilling, S. (2012, September). Substance Use and Suicidal Behaviors among Asian-American Women.Scheduled to be presented at the 14th European Symposium of Suicide & Suicidal Behavior, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Sara can be contacted at shilling@bu.edu

Anna Ward

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Anna Ward is a graduate of Boston University with a degree in International Relations and Spanish. She has been part of the AWSHIP team since September 2009, and works closely with Dr. Hahm and AWSHIP in data collection and analysis, literature review, and data management.

Dr. Hahm and Anna have published the following article together:

Hahm, H.C., Lee, C.H, Choe, J.U., Ward, A., & Lundgren, L. (2012). Sexual attitudes, reasons for forgoing condom use, and the influence of gender power among Asian-American women: a qualitative study. Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research. S1:004. doi:10.4172/2155-6113.S1-004

Anna has also worked on the following presentations:

Hahm, H.C., *Jang, J., *Ward, A., & *Driscoll, K. (2012, October). Impact of Different Types of Substance Uses among Asian-American Women: Suicidal Ideation and Suicide Attempt. Poster scheduled to be presented at the 140th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA.

Hahm, H.C., Lee, J., *Rough, K., *Ward, A., & *Yang, Y. (2011, January). The association between sexual relationship power, sexual health, and mental health: Findings from Asian-American Women’s Sexual Health Initiative Project (AWSHIP). Oral presentation at the 2011 Society for Social Work and Research Conference, Tampa, FL.

Hahm, H.C., *Gaumond, J., *Ward, A., & Lundgren, L. (2010, November). Substance use among young, unmarried, 2nd generation Asian American women: Preliminary results from “Healthy Women, Healthy Communities” study. Oral presentation at the 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Ward, A, & Hahm, H.C. (2010, October). The Prevalence of RTIs among Asian American women. Poster presented at the Boston University Undergraduate Research Symposium, Boston, MA

Hahm, H.C., & *Ward, A. (2010, October). Gender, Power Control, Sexual Experiences, Safer Sex Practices, and Potential HIV Risk Behaviors among Young Asian-American Women. Poster presented at the Boston University Undergraduate Research Symposium. Boston, MA.

Anna can be contacted at amaward@bu.edu.

Trang Trinh

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Trang Trinh is a graduate of Boston University with a degree in Psychology and minor in visual arts. As a 1.5 generation Vietnamese American, she is interested to see how different factors such as childhood maltreatment and identity influence Asian American women’s views on sexual health.  As a member of AWSHIP, she helped  with translation, planning outreach goals, and collecting data.  In her free time, Trang enjoys painting and cooking.

Trang has worked on the following presentation:

*Yang, Y., Hahm, H.C., *Kim, A., & *Trinh, T. (2012, January). Recruiting Asian American Women: Tailoring Non-Traditional Strategies to Recruit Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese Women into a Health Survey Study. Oral presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C.

Trang can be contacted at dttrinh@bu.edu.

Teddy Swenson

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Teddy Swenson is a graduate of Boston University with a degree in International Relations.  She also studied Global Health and Development, and Public Health. She began working with AWSHIP in January 2011 doing literature reviews and assisting Dr. Hahm. She is interested in community health and is excited to have this opportunity to participate in research within that field.

Dr. Hahm and Teddy have published the following article together:

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., *Jang, J., Swenson, T., Bhindarwala., A.M. (2012). Binge drinking trajectories from adolescence to young adulthood: The effects of peer social network. Substance Use and Misuse, 47(6), 745-56. PMCID: PMC3391312

Teddy has also worked on the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., *Jang, J., *Swenson, T., & *Bhindarwala, A.M. (2012, March). Binge Drinking Trajectories from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: The Effects of Peer Social Networks. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the 2012 Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., *Jang, J., *Swenson, T., & *Bhindarwala, A.M. (2012, January). Binge Drinking Trajectories from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: The Effects of Peer Social Networks. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C.

Teddy can be contacted at tswenson@bu.edu.

Asma Bhindarwala

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Asma Bhindarwala is a graduate of Boston University’s Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. She graduated with a major in Health Science and is now pursuing her Masters degree in Public Health. She will be concentrating in Epidemiology and Maternal Child Health, with hopes of using her research skills to reduce health disparities in this vulnerable population. As part of the AWSHIP team, Asma worked on literature reviews, data management, and research.

Dr. Hahm and Asma have published the following article together:

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., *Jang, J., Swenson, T., Bhindarwala., A.M. (2012). Binge drinking trajectories from adolescence to young adulthood: The effects of peer social network. Substance Use and Misuse, 47(6), 745-56. PMCID: PMC3391312

Asma has also been involved in the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., *Jang, J., *Swenson, T., & *Bhindarwala, A.M. (2012, March). Binge Drinking Trajectories from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: The Effects of Peer Social Networks. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the 2012 Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., *Jang, J., *Swenson, T., & *Bhindarwala, A.M. (2012, January). Binge Drinking Trajectories from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: The Effects of Peer Social Networks. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C.

*Bhindarwala, A. & Hahm, H.C. (2011, October). Social Networking: The Longitudinal Impact of Friendship on Binge Drinking Behaviors from Adolescence to Young Adulthood. Poster presentation at Boson University Undergraduate Research Symposium. Boston, MA

Asma can be contacted at abhindar@gmail.com

Yun Ling

Yun Ling

Yun Ling is a transfer student to Johns Hopkins University. After discovering AWSHIP from Boston University’s Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program website, she quickly decided to contact Dr. Hahm.  She began taking on crucial tasks: translation, data management, and other research-oriented goals.  She is interested in health-related topics, and as an international student from China, she would like to take advantage of her identity to help improve Asian-American women’s health.

Yun can be contacted at albeelingyun@yahoo.com.cn.

Christina Pham

Christina Pham

Christina Pham was a student at Boston University, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Philosophy and Anthropology. She is a 1.5 generation Vietnamese American and has great interest in AWSHIP as it sheds light on the disparities that Asian-American women have suffered. She joined the AWSHIP team to help with qualitative data analysis and hoped to learn more about the effects of acculturation on mental health.

Christina can be contacted at cpham@bu.edu.

Elisa Gill

Elisa Gill

Elisa Gill was a student at Boston University studying Sociology, Political Science and Women’s Studies. She is especially excited that by design, AWSHIP will utilize its own findings to develop programs for the Asian-American women community. Her other interests include comparative politics and racial, economic and gender inequalities.

Elisa can be contacted at elisag@bu.edu.

Lisa Ng

Lisa Ng

Lisa was in the New York City Teaching Fellows Program, where she was finishing up her Master’s in Special Education and Mathematics. She taught eighth grade level Math, Algebra, and Geometry at a 6-12 public school in Queens, NY.  Because the population of students at her school are predominantly Asian, her research with AWSHIP has helped her to understand many of the sociocultural issues that are prevalent, but not necessarily outwardly discussed.

Dr. Hahm and Lisa have published the following article together:

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., Lee, Y., Jang, J., & Ng, L. Do Asian-American women who were maltreated as children have a higher likelihood for HIV risk behaviors and adverse mental health outcomes?Women’s Health Issues, 22, 1, e35-343.

Lisa has also worked on the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., *Porter, E.A, *Ng, L. (2010, March). The effects of multiple types of child maltreatment and subsequent HIV risk behaviors among young women. Poster accepted at International on HIV and Emerging Infectious Diseases. Marseille, France.

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., Lee, Y., *Jang, J., & *Ng, L. (2012, January). Are Asian-American Women Who Were Maltreated As Children at Higher Likelihood for HIV Risk Behaviors and Adverse Mental Health Outcomes? Oral presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C.

Lisa can be contacted at Lng5@bu.edu.

Anna Kim

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Anna Kim is a graduate of Boston University’s Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Services studying Human Physiology on a pre-medicine track.  Minoring in both Spanish Literature and Biology, she is deeply interested in applying her classroom studies into this research project.  As the Outreach Coordinator, Anna commits to recruitment, maintaining contact with Asian-American agencies through networking, data collection by conducting surveys throughout the greater Boston area, as well as various tasks with Dr. Hahm to ensure the project runs smoothly.

Dr. Hahm and Anna have published the following article together:

Hahm, H.C.& Kim, A* (2010).  In the path of establishing ethnic identity: stories of young Korean-American women.  Journal of Korean-American Education, 27, 31-37.

Anna has also worked on the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

*Yang, Y., Hahm, H.C., *Kim, A., & *Trinh, T. (2012, January). Recruiting Asian American Women: Tailoring Non-Traditional Strategies to Recruit Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese Women into a Health Survey Study. Oral presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C.

*Kim, A., & Hahm, H.C. (2010, November). In the path of establishing ethnic identity: Navigating the boundaries of two cultures. Oral presentation at the “Becoming Asian: Diversity, Cooperation, and Beyond” Student Symposium at Boston University.

*Kim, A., & Hahm, H.C. (2010, October). Asian Women’s Health Initiative Project (AWSHIP): Recruitment Strategies for Asian American Communities. Poster presentation at the Boston University Undergraduate Research Symposium. Boston, MA

Anna can be contacted at kima@bu.edu.

Jisun Jang

Jisun Jang

Jisun has her Master of Arts in Biostatistics at Boston University at the School of Public Health.  She has a B.S. in both Statistics and Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  She worked on analyzing Dr. Hahm’s new social network project data by using statistical programming languages: R, SAS, and the network programming software, Pajek.

Dr. Hahm and Jisun have published the following articles together:

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., *Jang, J., Swenson, T., Bhindarwala., A.M. (2012). Binge drinking trajectories from adolescence to young adulthood: The effects of peer social network. Substance Use and Misuse, 47(6), 745-56. PMCID: PMC3391312

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., Lee, Y., Jang, J., & Ng, L. Do Asian-American women who were maltreated as children have a higher likelihood for HIV risk behaviors and adverse mental health outcomes?Women’s Health Issues, 22, 1, e35-343.

Jisun has also been involved in the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., *Jang, J., Shilling, S. (2012, September). Substance Use and Suicidal Behaviors among Asian-American Women. Poster scheduled to be presented at the 14th European Symposium of Suicide & Suicidal Behavior, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Hahm, H.C., *Jang, J., *Ward, A., & *Driscoll, K. (2012, October). Impact of Different Types of Substance Uses among Asian-American Women: Suicidal Ideation and Suicide Attempt. Poster scheduled to be presented at the 140th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA.

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., *Jang, J., *Swenson, T., & *Bhindarwala, A.M. (2012, March). Binge Drinking Trajectories from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: The Effects of Peer Social Networks. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the 2012 Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., Lee, Y., *Jang, J., & *Ng, L. (2012, January). Are Asian-American Women Who Were Maltreated As Children at Higher Likelihood for HIV Risk Behaviors and Adverse Mental Health Outcomes? Oral presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C.

Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., *Jang, J., *Swenson, T., & *Bhindarwala, A.M. (2012, January). Binge Drinking Trajectories from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: The Effects of Peer Social Networks. Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C.

Jisun can be contacted at jang1@bu.edu.

Yut Yang

Yut Yang

Yut Yang was the Program Coordinator of Healthy Women Healthy Communities, where she assisted with outreach efforts, survey implementation, and the coordination of other various program activities.   In addition, she was a doctoral student in the School of Social Work at Boston University.  She received her Masters in Social Work from Rhode Island College and her B.A. in Psychology at Providence College.  In general, her research interests include youth and family relations; health and mental health outcomes; and substance abuse and other risky behaviors prevention and intervention.  In particular, she is committed to work with Southeast Asian groups.

Yut has also been involved in the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

*Yang, Y., Hahm, H.C., *Kim, A., & *Trinh, T. (2012, January). Recruiting Asian American Women: Tailoring Non-Traditional Strategies to Recruit Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese Women into a Health Survey Study. Oral presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C.

Hahm, H.C., Lee, J., *Rough, K., *Ward, A., & *Yang, Y. (2011, January). The association between sexual relationship power, sexual health, and mental health: Findings from Asian-American Women’s Sexual Health Initiative Project (AWSHIP). Oral presentation at the 2011 Society for Social Work and Research Conference, Tampa, FL.

Yut can be contacted at yyang@bu.edu.

Jessica Sassani

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Jessica Sassani was a third year medical student at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY.  She began working with Dr. Hahm in the spring of 2007 while at Boston University and continued until graduation in 2009.  Their work mainly focused on women’s health and the decisions surrounding the testing of sexually transmitted infections.  Her interests included racial and socioeconomic disparities in women’s health care, specifically related to pregnancy rates and outcomes.  She began her medical residency in obstetrics and gynecology in 2013.

Dr. Hahm and Jessica published the following article together:

Hahm, H.C., Song, I. H., Ozonoff, A., & *Sassani, J. (2009).  Racial Disparities in HIV Testing Behaviors among Sexually Experienced Young Women: Association with Routine Medical/Gynecological Care (RMGC).  Women’s Health Issues, 19, 279-288.

Jessica has also been involved in the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H. C., *Gaumond, J., & *Sassani, J. (2010, January). Gender differences in epidemiology and correlates of Major Depressive Disorder and suicidal ideation among Asian Americans. Poster presentation at the annual conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Francisco, CA.

Hahm, H.C., Song, I. H., Ozonoff, A., & *Sassani, J. (2010, January). HIV Testing among Sexually Experienced Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Young Women: Association with Routine Gynecological Care (RGC). Oral presentation at the annual conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Francisco, CA.

Hahm, H. C., *Sassani, J., & *Deane, M. (2009, November). Factors associated with lifetime DSM-IV Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) and lifetime suicidal ideation among Asian women and men. Oral presentation at the annual meeting of American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Hahm, H. C., *Gaumond, J., Sue, S., & *Sassani, J. C. (2009, November). Perceived discrimination and health outcomes: a gender comparison among Asian Americans nationwide. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Hahm, H. C., *Gaumond, J., & *Sassani, J. (2009, August). Major Depressive Disorder and Suicidal Ideation among Asian Americans by Gender. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Hahm, H. C., Ozonoff, A., *Sassani, J. C., & *Gaumond, J. (2008, October). HIV testing among sexually experienced Asian and Pacific Islander young women: associations with routine medical/gynecological care. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA.

Hahm, H.C., *Sassani, J., & *Gaumond, J. (2008, August). Correlates of HIV testing among racial/ethnic minority women in the US. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Hahm, H. C., *Sassani, J., & *Gaumond, J. (2008, August). Factors associated with HIV testing among women of color. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Jillian Gaumond

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Jillian Gaumond was the Project Manager for Healthy Women, Healthy Communities up until the summer of 2010 and is also a graduate from Boston University’s College of Arts and Sciences in Chemistry and Biology. She has a strong interest in medicine and health, and has worked with Hyeouk Chris Hahm on various projects since May of 2007. She hopes to attend medical school in the future and was very excited about the launch of Healthy Women, Healthy Communities, as she has been involved with the project since its infancy.

Dr. Hahm and Jillian published the following article together:

Hahm, H.C., Ozonoff, A., Gaumond, J.*, Stanley, S. (2010). The gender dimension in the effect of perceived discrimination on health: Asian-Americans nationwideWomen’s Health Issues, 20, 5, 350-358.

Jillian has also been involved in the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C. & *Gaumond, J. (2009, August). The gender dimension in the effect of perceived discrimination on health: Asian Americans nationwide. Poster presented at the International Conference on Asia Pacific Psychology (ICAPP) Korean Psychological Association & Japanese Psychological Association, Seoul, Korea.

Hahm, H.C. & *Gaumond, J. (2009, August). Gender differences in major depressive disorder and suicidal ideation among Asian Americans: findings from NLAAS. Poster presented at the International Conference on Asia Pacific Conference, Seoul, Korea.

Hahm, H.C., *Gaumond, J., *Ward, A., & Lundgren, L. (2010, November). Substance use among young, unmarried, 2nd generation Asian American women: Preliminary results from “Healthy Women, Healthy Communities” study. Oral presentation at the 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Hahm, H. C., *Gaumond, J., & *Sassani, J. (2010, January). Gender differences in epidemiology and correlates of Major Depressive Disorder and suicidal ideation among Asian Americans. Poster presentation at the annual conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Francisco, CA.

Hahm, H. C., Park, J. M., & *Gaumond, J., (2009, November). Correlates of lifetime Suicidal Ideation and lifetime DSM-IV Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) among Asian American adolescents and young adults: perceived discrimination, family cohesion, and coping. Oral presentation at the annual meeting of American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Hahm, H. C., *Gaumond, J., Sue, S., & *Sassani, J. C., (2009, November). Perceived discrimination and health outcomes: a gender comparison among Asian Americans nationwide. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Hahm, H. C., *Gaumond, J., & *Sassani, J. (2009, August). Major Depressive Disorder and Suicidal Ideation among Asian-Americans by Gender. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Hahm, H. C., Ozonoff, A., *Sassani, J. C., & *Gaumond, J. (2008, October). HIV testing among sexually experienced Asian and Pacific Islander young women: associations with routine medical/gynecological care. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA.

Hahm, H.C., *Sassani, J., & *Gaumond, J. (2008, August). Correlates of HIV testing among racial/ethnic minority women in the US. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Hahm, H. C., *Sassani, J., & *Gaumond, J. (2008, August). Factors associated with HIV testing among women of color. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

*Gaumond, G., & Hahm, H.C. (2008, October). The effects of Perceived Discrimination on Asian Americans.  Oral presentation at the Boston University Undergraduate Research Symposium, Boston, MA.

Stephanie Chang

Stephanie_Chang

Stephanie Chang completed her MSW at the Boston University School of Social Work, where she also received a Family Therapy Certificate.  Since coming to Boston, Stephanie has interned as a Child and Adolescent Therapist at REACH Beyond Domestic Violence.  She later interned at the Somerville Mental Health Association, where she provided individual child therapy, family therapy, and home-based services.  She has also worked in adult substance abuse treatment and intensive in-home family stabilization services.  She has worked as a bilingual Chinese Home-Based Clinician at New Life Counseling & Wellness Center, where she provides intensive Family Stabilization Services to children & families involved with the Department of Children & Families.

Stephanie’s clinical and research interests include Asian mental health, HIV and STIs among Asian-American women, child and family therapy, and trauma.  Stephanie has been involved with AWSHIP since the grant proposal stage and currently conducts in-depth qualitative interviews.  Bilingual in Chinese and English, she helped to translate the research materials into Chinese and is available to conduct interviews in Mandarin.

Stephanie has worked on the following published article with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., Chang, S., Tong, H.Q., Meneses, M.A., Yuzbasioglu, R.F., Hien, D. (2014). Intersection of suicidality and substance abuse among Asian American young women: Implications for developing interventions in young adulthood. Advances in Dual Diagnosis, 7(2), 90-104. doi: 10.1108/add-03-2014-0012

Stephanie has worked on the following presentation with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., *Chang, S., *Porter, E., & Hamilton-Mason, J. (2010, November). HIV risk behaviors among unmarried Asian American young women in the context of culture and family: A qualitative study. Roundtable presentation at the 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Elizabeth Porter

Liz Porter

Elizabeth Porter began working with Professor Hahm in the fall of 2010 while finishing her senior year at Boston University as Sociology major and Religion minor.  She is very interested in qualitative data research and had an exciting opportunity to discover themes through coding AWSHIP data.  She also assisted Professor Hahm in various aspects of the study including developing content for outreach materials, interacting with participants, performing literature reviews, and editing manuscripts.  She hopes to return to school one day to focus on global public health issues.

Elizabeth has also worked on the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., *Porter, E.A, & *Ng, L. (2010, March). The effects of multiple types of child maltreatment and subsequent HIV risk behaviors among young women. Poster presented at International Symposium on HIV and Emerging Infectious Diseases. Marseille, France.

Lee, J., Hahm, H.C., & *Porter, E. (2011, January). Routine gynecological care (RGC) and health insurance among Asian and Pacific Islander Women. Poster presentation at the 2011 Society for Social Work and Research Conference, Tampa, FL.

Hahm, H.C., *Chang, S., *Porter, E., & Hamilton-Mason, J. (2010, November). HIV risk behaviors among unmarried Asian American young women in the context of culture and family: A qualitative study. Roundtable presentation at the 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Lee, J., Hahm, H.C., & *Porter, E. (2010, November). Routine gynecological care (RGC) among Asian and Pacific Islander Women: Does health insurance matter?: Findings from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. Poster presentation at the 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Callie Armstrong

Callie Armstrong

Callie Armstrong received her MSW at Boston University School of Social Work, where she enrolled in the Trauma Certificate Program. She provided addictions counseling for both individuals and groups in South Boston. Her clinical interests include adolescent trauma, refugee mental health, and international HIV/AIDS services.

Kathryn Rough

Kathryn Rough

Kathryn Rough graduated with a concentration in health science at Boston University’s Sargent College. She has been a part of the AWSHIP team since February 2010.  Her responsibilities included data management and analysis and conducting literature reviews. She has an interest in public health and hoped to work towards her MPH after she graduated.

Dr. Hahm and Kathryn published the following article together:

Hahm, H.C., Lee, J., Rough, K., & Strathdee, S.A. (2011).  Gender power control, sexual experiences, safer sex practices, and potential HIV risk behaviors among young Asian-American womenAIDS and Behavior, DOI: 10.1007/s10461-011-9885-2.

Karthryn has also worked on the following presentations with Dr. Hahm:

Hahm, H.C., Lee, J., *Rough, K., *Ward, A., & *Yang, Y. (2011, January). The association between sexual relationship power, sexual health, and mental health: Findings from Asian-American Women’s Sexual Health Initiative Project (AWSHIP). Oral presentation at the 2011 Society for Social Work and Research Conference, Tampa, FL.

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