- Instructor in Medicine (AIDS), Yale School of Medicine
- Former Postdoctoral Fellow, CIRA
During her Fellowship, Dr. Jaimie Meyer focused on the intersection of HIV, women's health, and substance use disorders in the criminal justice system. Dr. Meyer’s second ongoing project was a mixed methods analysis of intimate partner violence among 96 HIV positive released jail detainees enrolled in the Connecticut site of a multisite study of enhanced case management post-release. Dr. Meyer was awarded a Bristol Myers-Squibb Virology Fellows Award for a project entitled Effect of newer antiretroviral regimens on HIV biological outcomes in HIV-infected prisoners: a 13 year retrospective evaluation. Perhaps most important to her career trajectory, during the CIRA fellowship Dr. Meyer was successful in applying for a K23 Mentored Career Development Award: Evaluating and Improving HIV Outcomes in Community-Based Women who Interface with the Criminal Justice System. The program of research includes coursework towards a Master of Science in Biostatistics and Epidemiology and adaptation/piloting of an intervention to improve HIV outcomes among HIV+ women on parole. Upon completion of her fellowship at CIRA, Jaimie joined the faculty as Instructor in Medicine (AIDS) at Yale School of Medicine.