Kathryn M. Nowotny, PhD
As Project Director for the NIDA-funded Center for Drug & Social Policy Research at the University of Houston, I became interested in the impact of criminal justice contact on the health of marginalized persons.
Kathryn M. Nowotny, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor at the University of Miami Department of Sociology. Her research uses both quantitative and qualitative methods to examine the multilevel factors that create increased risk for poor health among justice-involved people. Dr. Nowotny is currently a Site-Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator of a multi-site longitudinal cohort study examining barriers to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention among individuals under community supervision in the South (NC, FL, KY). She is also Principal Investigator of a Center for HIV and Research in Mental Health (CHARM) funded project exploring the syndemic pathways to suboptimal care for justice-involved patients living with HIV, and Co-Investigator of a binational study investigating how the migration process influences health, including experiences with immigration enforcement and confinement to detention centers.
|University of Colorado Boulder||PhD in Sociology, Chancellor's Fellow||2016|
|University of Colorado Boulder||Graduate Certificate in Demography||2016|
|University of Houston||MA in Sociology||2008|
|University of Houston||BA in Sociology & Anthropology, Summa Cum Laude||2006|