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Li Li

Professor-In-Residence

Departments

DepartmentsType of Faculty
EpidemiologyJoint Appointment
Contact Information
Phone: 
310.794.2446
Fax: 
310.206.6039

10920 Wilshire Center
Suite 350
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Areas of Interest: 

Global health and health services; HIV and drug use prevention and treatment, Intervention studies

Li Li, Ph.D., is Professor-in-Residence at Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, UCLA Semel Institute Center for Community Health, and Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health. She has been the Director of Methods Core, Center for HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services (CHIPTS) since 2004. Dr. Li specializes in research design, intervention development, data collection and assessment strategies. She conducts research on HIV and drug abuse prevention and treatment, social and cultural aspects of health promotion and services. She has received research grants to conduct randomized controlled trials to reduce HIV stigma among service providers and to enhance methadone maintenance treatment outcomes in China, to improve the quality of life for families and children impacted by HIV in Thailand and China, and to enhance the role of commune health workers in HIV prevention for people who use drugs and their families in Vietnam. The most recently funded project is to develop and test multilevel integration strategies to address the needs of people living with HIV and a history of drug use and other comorbid conditions in Vietnam. Currently, she is a PI or Co-PI for three Fogarty training programs on HIV research methodologies in China and Vietnam.

 

 

Education: 
PhD., Sociology, Virginia Tech
MA., Sociology, Virginia Tech
BS., Philosophy, Zhongshan University; Guangzhou, China
This faculty member is available to serve as: 
Doctoral Advisor
Masters Advisor
PhD Committee Member
DrPH Committee Member
MS Thesis Committee Member
MS Report Committee Member
Field Studies Advisor

Please check with the faculty member or their office about availability to serve during current academic period.