Pouget, Enrique R.

Associate Professor

Academic Appointments: Associate Professor and Deputy Chairperson for the Community Health Master of Arts degree program in the Department of Health and Nutrition Sciences at Brooklyn College

Degree(s): Ph.D. in Epidemiology

Research Focus: Community-level social determinants of health and quantitative analysis.

Selected Publications:

  1. Swencionis, J.K., Pouget, E.R., Goff, P.A. (2021). Supporting social hierarchy is associated with White police officers’ use of force. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 118. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2007693118.
  2. Del Toro, J., Lloyd, T., Buchanan, K.S., Robins, S.J., Bencharit, L.Z., Smiedt. M.G., Reddy, K.S., Pouget, E.R., Kerrison, E., Goff, P.A. (2019). When Policing Predicts Crime: The Criminogenic Effects of Police Stops on Adolescent Black and Latino Boys. [R]. Proceedings of the National Academy Of Sciences (PNAS), 116: 8261-8268.
  3. Pouget, E.R., Fong, C., Rosenblum, A. (2018). Racial/ethnic differences in prevalence trends for heroin use and non-medical use of prescription opioids among entrants to opioid treatment programs, 2005-2016. [R]. Substance Use and Misuse, 53: 290-300.
  4. Pouget, E.R. (2017). Social determinants of adult sex ratios and racial/ethnic disparities in transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in the U.S. [REV]. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 372(1279): 20160323 (13 pages).
  5. Pouget, E.R., Bennett, A. (2016). A syndemics approach to understanding HIV/AIDS among people who inject drugs in the US. [Book chapter] In: E.R. Wright and N. Carnes (Eds.): Understanding the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in the United States: The Role of Syndemics in Shaping the Public’s Health. NY: Springer.

Grants over the past 5 years:

Agency: PSC-CUNY
Grant number: TRADA-51-578
Period: 2020-2021
Role: PI
Title: Investigating Intergenerational Changes in Substance Use to Develop Prevention Interventions

Agency: PSC-CUNY
Grant number: 62522-00 50
Period: 2019-2020
Role: PI
Title: Investigating Opioid Use Trends among White, Black and Hispanic Drug Treatment Program Entrants

Agency: NIMH
Grant number: 5R01MH107371
Period: 2015-2020
Role: Co-I
Title: PrEP implementation with US HIV-serodiscordant couples: Couples PrEP Demo Project