Michele Shedlin, PhD
Dr. Shedlin, a medical anthropologist, has extensive experience in reproductive health, substance abuse and HIV/AIDS research in Latin America and the United States. She has designed and implemented behavioral studies and qualitative research training at the community, university, and national levels, to inform and evaluate prevention and care. Dr. Shedlin is an adjunct faculty member at Columbia University, the University of Texas School of Public Health, University of Texas at El Paso, and the University of Connecticut. She serves on a number of NIH study sections and is a reviewer for various public health journals.
- Professor, NYU College of Nursing
- PhD, 1982, Columbia University School of Arts and Sciences, Sociomedical Sciences
- Kissinger, P., Kovacs, S., Anderson-Smits, C., Schmidt, N., Salinas, O., Hembling, J., & Shedlin, M. (2012). Patterns and Predictors of HIV/STI Risk Among Latino Migrant Men in a New Receiving Community. AIDS and Behavior, 16(1), 199-213.
- Deren, S., Shedlin, M., Kang, S. Y., Cortés, D. E. (2011). HIV risk and prevention among Hispanic immigrants in New York: the salience of diversity. Substance Use and Misuse, 46(2-3), 254-63.
- Shedlin, M. G., Decena, C. U., Mangadu, T., & Martinez, A. (2011). Research participant recruitment in Hispanic communities: Lessons learned. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 13, 352-360. doi 10.1007/s10903-009-9292-1
- Moya, E. M., & Shedlin, M. (2008). Policies & laws affecting Mexican immigrant access & utilization of substance abuse treatment: Obstacles to recovery and immigrant health. Special Issue #43, Journal of Substance Use & Misuse.