Deanna Kerrigan

Deanna Kerrigan, Baltimore, USA
Social and economic vulnerability of women: a nexus of risk


Dr. Deanna Kerrigan is an Associate Professor of Health, Behavior, and Society at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health whose research focuses on the social and structural factors affecting the health and well-being of underserved populations. Much of her work over the past two decades has focused on developing and evaluating effective HIV prevention interventions among marginalized population groups in Latin America and the Caribbean including female sex workers. Dr. Kerrigan is the Co-Director of the Prevention Core of the Johns Hopkins University Center for AIDS Research (CFAR).