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CURRICULUM VITAE

JESSICA JAISWAL PhD, MPH NYU College of Global Public Health 665 Broadway, Ste. 800 New York, NY 10021

217 Newark Ave, #402 Jersey City, NJ 07302 646-679-0239, jj107@nyu.edu

EDUCATION January 2017

PhD, Columbia University New York, NY Sociomedical Sciences Dissertation: HIV-related “conspiracy beliefs" and engagement in HIV medical care among low income people of color living with HIV (Advisor: Dr. Helen-Maria Lekas, Chair: Dr. Karolynn Siegel)

2009-2010

Non-degree, University of New Mexico Coursework in sociology and statistics

May 2009

MPH, Emory University Rollins School of Public Health Behavioral Sciences and Health Education Thesis: Historical Trauma and the Future of American Indian Health (Advisor: Dr. Colin Talley)

May 2007

BA, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI Women’s Studies, Latin American Studies, Native American Studies Honors thesis: The Impacts of Centering Prenatal Care on Social Isolation in Pregnant Latina Immigrants (Advisor: Dr. Lisa Kane Low)

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Albuquerque, NM

Atlanta, GA

GRANT AND FELLOWSHIP AWARDS 2018-Present

NIDA T32 Behavioral Science Training Program in Drug Use, New York University (PI: Dr. Greg Falkin, T32DA007233) $50,000

2016-2018

Provost Faculty Fellow, Postdoctoral Fellowship for Academic Diversity New York University ($125,000)

2016-2018

REIDS Fellow (Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars) Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS, Yale University (PIs: Dr. Trace Kershaw, Dr. Barbara Guthrie, R25MH087217) Title: Pre-exposure prophylaxis, medical mistrust, PrEP-related stigma, and medication beliefs among a diverse sample of young adult men Role: Principal Investigator Total amount: $20,000

2014-2015

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Fellow, Initiative for Maximizing Student Development of underrepresented students (IMSD), NIH training grant, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University (PI: Dr. Ana Abraido Lanza, R25GM062454, $30,000) Page 1 of 5


2012-2014

NIMH Diversity Supplement Recipient, National Institutes of Mental Health (PIs: Dr. Helen-Maria Lekas and Dr. Lisa Metsch, 3R01MH095849, $60,000)

GRANTS IN PREPARATION NIDA/CDUHR Pilot Grant (anticipated submission: November 2018) Title: Pre-exposure knowledge and acceptability among methadone clinicians and patients Role: Principal Investigator Total amount: $22,000 NIH R01 (anticipated submission: May 2019) Title: HIV vulnerability, opioid use and pre-exposure prophylaxis/methadone adherence Role: Principal Investigator PUBLICATIONS 1. Jaiswal, J., Griffin-Tomas, M., Singer, S., Greene, R., Zambrano, I., Kaudeyr, S., Kapadia, F., Halkitis, P.N. Structural drivers of PrEP Use in Urban Sexual Minority Men: The P18 Cohort Study. Current HIV Research, forthcoming. DOI: 10.2174/1570162X16666180730144455 2. Halkitis, P. N., Jaiswal, J., Griffin-Tomas, M., Krause, K. D., D’Avanzo, P., & Kapadia, F. (2018). Beliefs About the End of AIDS, Concerns About PrEP Functionality, and Perceptions of HIV Risk as Drivers of PrEP Use in Urban Sexual Minority Men: The P18 Cohort Study. AIDS and Behavior, 113. 3. Jaiswal, J., Singer, S.N., Siegel, K., Lekas, H-M. (2018) HIV-related “conspiracy” beliefs: lived experiences of racism and socioeconomic exclusion among people living with HIV. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 1-14. 4. Jaiswal, J., Singer, S.N., Griffin-Tomas, M., Lekas, H-M. (2018) HIV-related “conspiracy beliefs” and engagement in HIV care among low-income people living with HIV. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, 1-10. 5. Jaiswal, J., Griffin-Tomas, M., Singer, S.N., Lekas H-M. (2018) Desire for patient-centered HIV care among inconsistently engaged racial and ethnic minority people living with HIV. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 29(3), 426-438. 6. Elkington, K., Jaiswal, J., Spector, A., Remien, R. (2016) Can TasP Approaches Be Implemented In Correctional Settings? A review of HIV testing and linkage to community HIV treatment programs. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 27(2) May 2016 supplement. 7. Christopoulos K.A., Olender S., Lopez A.M., Lekas H-M., Jaiswal J., et al. (2015) Retained in HIV Care But Not on Antiretroviral Treatment: A Qualitative Patient-Provider Dyadic Study. PLoS Medicine 12(8).

UNDER REVIEW 1. Jaiswal, J., Singer, S.N. Resilience and antiretroviral therapy beliefs of recently disengaged lowincome people of color living with HIV. Under review, Behavioral Medicine. 2. Jaiswal, J., Singer, S.N., Greene, R., Lekas, H-M. Managing pill fatigue among recently disengaged low-income Black and Latinx people living with HIV. , Under review, AIDS Care. 3. Griffin, M., Jaiswal J., Krause K.D., Kapadia F., Halkitis P.N. Access to and Experiences with Healthcare in Urban-Dwelling Young Adult Lesbian Women in the United States. Under review, Women’s Health Issues. Jaiswal

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4. Griffin, M. and Krytusa, D., Jaiswal, J., Krause, K., Kapadia, F., Halkitis, P.N., Patterns of Healthcare Access among Young Adult Lesbian Women in New York City. Under review, Health Equity.

IN PREPARATION 1. Jaiswal, J., et al. Stigma and pre-exposure prophylaxis use among young sexual minority men. 2. Jaiswal, J., et al. Trust and mistrust of pre-exposure prophylaxis among young sexual minority men. 3. Griffin, M., Jaiswal, J., Singer, S.N., Kapadia, F., Halkitis, P.N. Provider Characteristics, Provider Competence and Healthcare System Trust Among Young Adult Gay Men in NYC. 4. Halkitis, P.N., … Jaiswal, J., et al. Understanding of HPV among young sexual minority men. 5. Jaiswal, J., et al. Pre-exposure prophylaxis beliefs and perceptions among young gay men. 6. Griffin M., Jaiswal J,. Krause KD, Kapadia F, Halkitis PN. Testing Equivalence of Population Risk Factors among Young Adult Gay Men and Lesbian Women. PRESENTATIONS 2018

2018

2018

2017

2015 2015

Jaiswal J., Griffin-Tomas M., Singer S, Zambrano I, Kaudeyr S, Kapadia F, Halkitis PN. Structural Barriers to Pre-exposure Prophylaxis Use Among Young Sexual Minority Men: The P18 Cohort Study. American Public Health Association, San Diego, California. November 2018. Jaiswal J., Singer S., Lekas, H-L. Beliefs about the effectiveness of current antiretroviral therapies among recently disengaged low-income Black and Latinx people living with HIV. American Public Health Association, San Diego, California. November 2018. Griffin-Tomas M., Jaiswal J., Kapadia F., Halkitis PN. Healthcare Access among Young Adult Lesbian Women in New York City. 146th American Public Health Association, San Diego, California. November 2018. Jaiswal, J. "HIV-related “conspiracy beliefs”, engagement in HIV medical care and ART adherence among urban, low income PLWH of color". American Public Health Association, Atlanta, GA. Jaiswal, J. “Conspiracy beliefs”, HIV and sexual behavior in the United States”. American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL. Jaiswal, J. “HIV-related ‘conspiracy beliefs’ among Black men in the United States”. International Conference on Masculinities. New York, NY.

TEACHING AND MENTORSHIP 2018 2018 2016-2017 2017 2014 2007 2006

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Global Issues in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, College of Global Public Health, New York University (graduate) Research Methods in Public Health, College of Global Public Health, New York University (graduate) Health and Society in a Global Context, College of Global Public Health, New York University (undergraduate) Supervising mentor, undergraduate practicum/experiential learning in public health Introduction to Gender Studies, Barnard College, Columbia University Mentoring Native American undergraduate students, University of Michigan Safer sex education, Detroit American Indian community health center

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SERVICE TO PROFESSION 2017-present Guest Editor, Special Issue on Medical Mistrust, Behavioral Medicine 2017-present Associate Editor, Behavioral Medicine Reviewer: AIDS and Behavior Journal of the International AIDS Society JANAC Health Education and Behavior PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Indian Science and Engineering Society American Public Health Association International AIDS Society RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 2018-present Center for Drug Use and HIV/HCV, New York University Affiliated Investigator 2018-present Center for Health, Identity, Behavior and Preventions Studies, Rutgers University Faculty Affiliate 2016-present Center for Health, Identity, Behavior and Preventions Studies, New York University Postdoctoral fellow (Mentors: Dr. Perry Halkitis and Dr. Farzana Kapadia) 2016-present Center for Interdisciplinary AIDS Research, Yale University Visiting Scholar (Mentors: Dr. Trace Kershaw and Dr. Barbara Guthrie) 2010-2016

Center for the Psychosocial Study of Health and Illness, Columbia University, New York, NY Graduate research assistant (Mentors: Dr. Karolynn Siegel and Dr. Helen-Maria Lekas)

2013-2014

Comprehensive HIV Program, Division of Infectious Diseases, Columbia University Medical Center Graduate research assistant

2009-2010

Latin American and Iberian Institute, University of New Mexico Graduate research assistant

2008

United Nations Development Programme, Cairo, Egypt HIV/AIDS Regional Program in the Arab States (HARPAS) Intern

2006

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention Fellow, American Indian Science and Engineering Society internship program (AISES)

2008-2009

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA

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National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities Graduate research assistant 2007-2008

CARE USA, Atlanta, GA Water and Sanitation Unit Graduate research assistant

2006

Planned Parenthood, Ann Arbor, MI Research assistant and intern

2005

University of Michigan School of Public Health Summer Enrichment Program Detroit Department of Health, Detroit, MI Research intern

2004

University of Michigan Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduates Rural birth outcomes study Research assistant

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Jaiswal CV Nov 2018  
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