M.S., Clinical Psychology, University of Connecticut, 2018
B.A., Psychology & English, Williams College, 2011
I am interested in improving health outcomes for people who use drugs. My research has focused on improving adherence to biomedical tools to prevent HIV and reduce drug-related harms. In particular, I am interested in patient and provider factors that affect use of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), such as stigma, coping, disclosure behaviors, and HIV risk perceptions.
Sullivan MC, Rosen AO, Allen A, Benbella D, Camacho G, Cortopassi AC, Driver R, Ssenyonjo J, Eaton LA, Kalichman SC (2020). Falling Short of the First 90: HIV Stigma and HIV Testing Research in the 90-90-90 Era. AIDS and Behavior.
Sullivan MC, Cruess DG, Huedo-Medina TM, & Kalichman SC (2019). Substance Use, HIV Serostatus Disclosure, and Sexual Risk Behavior in People Living with HIV: An Event-level Analysis. Archives of Sexual Behavior.
Sullivan MC, Strainge L, Blackmon JE, Cruess SE, Wheeler DS, & Cruess DG (In press). Assessing an epidemic: Utility of the DSM-5 Level 2 Substance Use Screener in adult psychiatric inpatients. Journal of Addictions Nursing.
Strainge L, Sullivan MC, Blackmon JE, Cruess SE, Wheeler D, & Cruess DG (2019). PROMIS-Assessed Sleep Problems and Physical Health Symptoms in Adult Psychiatric Inpatients. Health Psychology. 38(5), 376-385. DOI: 10.1037/hea0000651
Kalichman SC, Price D, Eaton LA, Burnham K, Sullivan M, Finneran S, Cornelius T, & Allen A (2017). Diminishing Perceived Threat of AIDS and Increasing Sexual Risks of HIV Among Men Who Have Sex with Men, 1997–2015. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 46(4), 895-902. DOI: 10.1007/s10508-016-0934-9