Yale University

Jaimie Meyer, M.D.

Roles:
  • Assistant Professor of Medicine (AIDS), Yale School of Medicine
  • Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing, Yale School of Medicine
  • Former Postdoctoral Fellow, CIRA
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Biography:

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.