Erica L. Gollub
Erica L. Gollub serves as an Assistant Professor of epidemiology at the Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work at Florida International University in Miami, Florida, USA. Gollub was trained at Columbia University, New York, in population health (MPH) and epidemiology. She has extensive experience in the development of prevention interventions for women both domestically and internationally. Since 1990, Gollub has developed and tested novel behavioral interventions for diverse populations of women at risk for sexually transmitted infection/HIV in numerous highly impacted communities in the US. She has served as a Principal Investigator and coinvestigator of numerous NIH- and CDC-funded studies. She served as a Director of HIV/AIDS Surveillance at the Philadelphia Department of Health from 1994 to 1997. In 1997, Gollub was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship for research among immigrant women in Southern France, which resulted in a national anti-HIV/STD program for women adopted by the French Ministry of Health. She has held faculty positions at Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, and University of Bordeaux. Her current research targets knowledge, cultural meanings, and acceptability of female barrier methods among Haitian American women in Miami. Gollub publishes widely on her research and has served on numerous national and international HIV/AIDS advisory boards.
Biography Updated on 11 September 2012