Johanna Elumn, MSW, PhD is Associate Research Scientist at the Yale School of Medicine. She has served as director of several projects including Women on the Road to Health (WORTH Transitions) and The Share Project (TSP). She is a fellow of the Program to Increase Diversity in Behavioral Medicine & Sleep Disorders Research (PRIDE) at the NYU School of Medicine and the Lifespan/Brown Criminal Justice Research Training Program on Substance Use, HIV, and Comorbidities. She also completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the NIMH Interdisciplinary HIV Prevention Training Program of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA). As a social worker, her direct service experience focused on designing, evaluating, and implementing services for those involved in the criminal legal system at all stages of their contact, from pre-arrest to reentry. Dr. Elumn's research focuses on health disparities among people involved in the criminal legal system using CBPR approaches. She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Southern Connecticut State University. At SCSU she teaches an Inside-Out course on Research Methods at Manson Youth Institution.