Jessica is a doctoral candidate in the Clinical Psychology program, advised by Dr. Rebecca Shelby. Her research interests center on the development, evaluation and implementation of psychosocial interventions to promote health equity. She is particularly interested in sexual and reproductive health, trauma-informed care, and implementation science. Jessica's early graduate work, advised by Dr. Kathy Sikkema, focused on testing and evaluating a trauma processing intervention for female survivors of sexual violence in South Africa to improve coping and HIV care engagement. Jessica previously worked on domestic and international HIV prevention and treatment adherence studies as a clinical research coordinator at Massachusetts General Hospital.
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