Kathleen Morrow, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Human Behavior, CBPM, The Miriam Hospital. Her research focuses on behavioral HIV/STI prevention interventions, and the development of biomedical products and devices for HIV/STI prevention, including characterizing user sensory perceptions and experiences of product use (perceptibility), acceptability of and adherence to vaginal and rectal microbicides. Her work incorporates quantitative, qualitative and mixed methodologies.
Dr. Morrow received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Western Michigan University. She completed an NIAAA Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship at the Centers for Alcohol & Addiction Studies at Brown University and is currently Associate Professor (Research) in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior and Staff Psychologist at The Miriam Hospital. Her primary research interests focus on the behavioral prevention of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections through the development of biomedical and behavioral prevention interventions, and the exploration of biophysical, behavioral, and social (contextual) factors impacting prevention behaviors. Her current research explores the user sensory perceptions and experiences (USPEs) of topical microbicides and other drug delivery devices, and their role in product acceptability and adhereance.
KATHLEEN MORROW, PHD, MA
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