Associate Director, Urban Health Program
- DrPH, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley
- MPH, Department of Health Education, San Francisco State University
- BA, Sociology and Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley.
Jennifer Lorvick, DrPH, has more than two decades of experience implementing community-based research with urban poor populations, focusing on infectious diseases such as HIV, hepatitis, tuberculosis and sexually transmitted infections. Her work focuses on the social and structural determinants of infectious disease risk, including deprivation, violence, incarceration and drug use. She has published articles in American Journal of Public Health, Substance Use and Misuse and the Journal of Urban Health, among other journals.