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Erin Bradley

Erin Bradley

Linda Lentz Hubert Assistant Professor of Public Health

Phone: 404.471.6044
Office Location: Campbell Hall 116

Academic Degrees

  • B.A., Spelman College
  • M.P.H., Emory University
  • Ph.D., Emory University

Teaching and Scholarly Interests

Professor Bradley is a behavioral scientist whose teaching and public health research examine social determinants of health and equity. Her research aims to develop culturally appropriate, multilevel solutions to address individual, social, and/or structural factors that create or sustain health disparities. Professor Bradley’s previous research focused on sexual and reproductive wellness among women and African Americans, primarily in regards to HIV/STI prevention and care. Manuscripts stemming from her work have been published in journals such as Health Equity, Journal of Women’s Health, Health Promotion Practice, AIDS & Behavior, AIDS Care, Journal of Racial & Ethnic Health Disparities, and MMWR. Her current line of equity focused research examines the health effects of unaffordable housing.

Professional Activities

Recent Publications:

  • Peifer, J.S., Bradley, E.L.P., & Taasoobshirazi, G. (2022). Pilot testing a brief partner-inclusive hybrid intervention for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs). Frontiers in Psychiatry, 13, 735582. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2022.735582
  • Bradley, E.L.P., Williams, A.M., Green, S., Lima, A.C., Geter, A., Chesson, H.W., & McCree, D.H. (2019). Disparities in HIV incidence between black and white women in the United States, 2010-2016. MMWR, 68(18);416–418. http://dx.doi. org/10.15585/mmwr.mm6818a3
  • Bradley, E.L.P., Geter, A., Lima, A.C., & McCree, D.H. (2018). Effectively addressing HIV disparities affecting U.S. black women. Health Equity, 2(1), 329-333. 1089/heq.2018.0038
  • Elmore, K., Bradley, E.L.P., Lima, A.C., Obi-Tabot, E., Gant, Z., Dean, H., & McCree, D.H. (2018). Trends in Geographic Rates of HIV diagnoses among black females in the United States, 2010–2015. Journal of Women’s Health, 28(3),410-417. 2017.6868
  • Bradley, E.L.P., Frazier, E., Sutton, M.Y., McCree, D.H. (2019). Psychological and social determinants of health, antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence, and viral suppression among HIV-positive black women in care. AIDS Care, 31(8), 932-941. 1080/09540121.2019.1612022
  • Bradley, E.L.P., Forsberg, K., Betts, J., DeLuca, J.B., Kamitami, E., Porter, S.E., Sipe, T.A., & Hoover, K.W. (2019). Factors affecting pre-exposure prophylaxis implementation for women in the United States: A systematic review. Journal of Women’s Health. 2018.7353
  • Bradley, E.L.P., & Hoover, KW. (2019). Improving HIV preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) implementation for women: Summary of key findings from a discussion series with women’s HIV prevention experts. Women’s Health Issues, 29(1), 3-7. j.whi.2018.08.004
  • Bradley, E.L.P., Lanier, Y., Ukuku, A.M., Brawner, B., & Sutton, M.Y. (2019). Successfully navigating challenges of recruiting racial/ethnic minority adolescents for STI/HIV prevention research. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. s40615-019-00631-7
  • Bradley, E.L.P., Vidot, D.C., Gaul, Z., Sutton, M.Y., Pereyra, M. (2018). Acceptability of oral HIV rapid testing in dental clinics in Miami, Florida. PLOS ONE, 13(4), e0196323. 1371/journal.pone.0196323
  • Bradley, E.L.P., Sutton, M.Y., Cooks, E., Washington-Ball, B., Gaul, Z., & Gaskins, S., & Payne-Foster, P. (2018). Developing FAITHH: Methods to develop a faith-based HIV stigma reduction intervention in the rural South. Health Promotion Practice. 2F1524839917754044
  • Payne-Foster, P., Bradley, E.L.P., Aduloju-Ajijola, N., Yang, X., Gaul, Z., Sutton, M.Y., & Gaskins, S. (2018). Testing our FAITHH: HIV stigma and knowledge after a faith-based HIV stigma reduction intervention in the rural South. AIDS Care, 30(2), 232-239. 09540121.2017.1371664

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