Jaimie Meyer MD, MS

Assistant Professor of Medicine (AIDS)

Biographical Info

Dr. Meyer completed her clinical training in and maintains board certification in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, along with DEA certification to prescribe buprenorphine. Her clinical work includes a weekly HIV clinic at York Correctional Institute for Women, the only criminal justice facility for women in the state of Connecticut, which informs her investigative work. She has received formal training in clinical research methods through two post-doctoral fellowships, one in Investigative Infectious Diseases and one in Interdisciplinary HIV Prevention Training at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS, and a Master of Science in Biostatistics and Epidemiology at Yale School of Public Health. Her research career to date has focused on issues related to secondary HIV prevention and treatment among women with HIV in criminal justice settings, especially as it is intertwined with and complicated by substance use disorders and intimate partner violence. She has published both systematic reviews and original research on these topics in a broad array of peer-reviewed journals, collaborating with an interdisciplinary team of scientists. Dr. Meyer is a recipient of the Bristol Myers-Squibb Virology Fellow Award, a Patterson Trust Award in Clinical Research, and a NIDA K23 Career Development Award.


Education & Training

M.D.
University of Connecticut School of Medicine (2005)
M.S.
Yale School of Public Health (2014)
Residency
Columbia University, Internal Medicine (2005 - 2008)
Fellowship
Yale University School of Medicine, Infectious Diseases (2008 - 2011)
Fellowship
Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS, Interdisciplinary HIV Prevention (2010 - 2012)
Board Certification
Internal Medicine, Board Certified  (2008)
Board Certification
Infectious Disease, Board Certified  (2010)

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