Erika Rosen, PhD
Postdoctoral fellow: Erika received her PhD in Epidemiology from the LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, LA. Her dissertation work focused on the interaction between alcohol use and diet on liver injury in people with HIV. Her current research interests include the use of complex epidemiologic methods in examining the effects of policy and the built environment on alcohol use behaviors and health outcomes, especially among those from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. Erika’s mentors are William C. Kerr and Pamela Trangenstein.
Anthony Surace, PhD
Postdoctoral fellow: Anthony has worked in the fields of psychology and public health for over a decade. His research focuses on the social forces which impact alcohol use and related health disparities among the LGBTQ+ community. He completed his doctorate in Behavioral and Health Science from Brown University in 2022. Anthony’s mentors are Priscilla Martinez and Amy Mericle.
Ida Wilson, MA
Predoctoral fellow: Ida is a qualitative and critical researcher who is a DrPH candidate at UC Berkeley School of Public Health. Her current research is focused on framing police violence as a public health issue by examining the experiences of Black and Latina women in Oakland. Ida’s research will explore the extent to which substance use is a health outcome as a result of exposure to police violence. Her mentors at ARG are Nina Mulia, DrPH, and Christina Tam, PhD.