Stacey Brunson, MPH is a research assistant at the Yale Center for Clinical and Community Research for clinical trials related to HIV prevention and treatment, substance use disorders, and the criminal justice system. Ms. Brunson holds a Master of Public Health degree from Southern Connecticut State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health from Temple University. During her graduate education, Ms. Brunson worked with the Nathan Smith Clinic at Yale New Haven Hospital on a marketing strategy for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Prior to joining Yale, she worked as a medical case manager for women and youth living with HIV/AIDS and substance use disorders at Cornell Scott Hill Health Center. Her interests include HIV/STD prevention, women’s health, and substance use disorders.
Education & Training
- MPHSouthern Connecticut State University (2016)
- BSTemple University, Public Health (2013)