Erica Gollub

Erica Gollub

Professor
College of Health Professions
Health Sciences
Westchester

Biography

Awards and Honors

  • Pace University, 2022, Provost Office Student-Faculty Research Award
  • Pace University, 2021, Kenan Faculty Development Award
  • Pace University, 2021, Provost Office, COVID-19 Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research Award
  • Pace University, 2020, Provost Student-Faculty Research Award
  • Pace University, 2019, College of Health Professions Dean’s Award for Outstanding Research
  • Pace University, 2019, Provost’s Certificate for Prolific and Exemplary Scholarship
  • Pace University, 2018, Kenan Faculty Development Award
  • Minister of National Education, Research and Technology. Paris, France, 1998, Award for Accomplished Foreign Researchers
  • US Fulbright Program, 1997, Fulbright Scholar
  • Agence Nationale pour la Recherche dans le SIDA (French National AIDS Research Agency), 1997, Research Fellowship Award
  • HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies. Columbia University and New York State Psychiatric Institute, New York., 1992, Research Fellow,

Education

B.S., Stanford University
Biology

Dr. P.H., Columbia University
Epidemiology

M.P.H., Columbia University
Population/Family Health

Research and Creative Works

Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts

Covid-19 vaccine beliefs and intentions, and the practice of prevention behaviors among college students: In search of an integrative model of determinants in an evolving pandemic
March 2021 - March 2022. Covid-19 Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research Award, Pace University, $5,000.00. Funded.

Young Men’s Attitudes on Sexual Health
June 2017 - August 2017. Dean’s Summer Research Grant, Pace University, $1,969.00. Funded.

Publications and Presentations

Publications

In Our Opinion. Commemorating World AIDS Day
(2016). AIDS.

Presentations

Dapivirine ring: case study in reproductive justice and FDA as a structural barrier to HIV prevention for women
(2022). American Public Health Association. .

Differences in Firearm-Related Intimate Partner Homicides Rates by Race/Ethnicity using the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS).
(2022, November). American Public Health Association. .

Tribute to Dr Zena Stein
(2022, April). Alan Berkman Memorial Lecture. . Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology

Pandemic, protests, and penury: syndemic impacts on mental health and self-protective behaviors of US college students
(2021, June 8). American College Health Association 2021 Annual Meeting. Virtual.

Social capital and HIV Behavior Changes in Latino Immigrants.
(2017, October). Research Centers in Minority Institutions Conference. Washington DC.

Policies on LARC and Adolescents: The Need to Integrate Epidemiology with Biology and Ethics
(2017, June). Society for Epidemiologic Research Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA.

Njectable Contraceptives and HIV: Moving Forward. Landscape: Policy and Public Health.
(2017, April). Columbia University, HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies. Special Symposium . NY NY.

(2016, April). Third F-Word Forum. National Organization for Women

(2015, June). Unite for Sight Global Health Conference. Yale University.

(2015, February). he Ebola Epidemic: Public Health, Medical and Social Perspectives. Florida International University Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work (in collaboration with Columbia University)

(2012, September). Grand Rounds: Hormonal Contraception and HIV: Epidemiology and Ethics. Department of Epidemiology, Columbia University School of Public Health,

“One Woman, Many Questions”
(2012, July 23). International AIDS Conference. AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition and Athena

(2012, February). Women-Controlled HIV Prevention Methods: Where Are We Now?. Florida International University Workforce Development HIV/AIDS Workshop,

Men Don’t Need to Know Everything (Gason pa beswan konnen tout bagay) : Implementing a Pilot Study on the Acceptability of the Contraceptive Cervical Cap among Haitian-American Women.
(2011, November). Multipurpose Prevention Technologies for Reproductive Health Symposium. USAID/NIH/WHO/Public Health Institute

(2011, July). Triangulating on Health Equity. Morehouse School of Medicine,

(2010, May). Targeting At-Risk US Women for Trials of Cervical Barriers. .

"The Cervical Cap: An Under-Researched, Under-Utilized Technology to Improve Women's Reproductive Health"
(2010, March). National STD Prevention Conference. Atlanta, GA.

(2009, March). Advancing Prevention Technologies for Sexual and Reproductive Health. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation/WHO/UNAIDS/USAID International Conference,

(2007, August). International Society for Sexually Transmitted Disease Research. Seattle, WA.

Amplifying the impact of an STI/HIV risk reduction intervention among drug-using women with a body empowerment approach: the BestBET study
(2007, August). International Society for Sexually Transmitted Disease Research. Seattle, WA.

(2006, December). ISPED seminar series, International AIDS Conference. University of Bordeaux,

(2006, August). International AIDS Conference. Vancouver, Canada.

Poor body knowledge among out-of-treatment, drug-using women: implications for microbicide introduction.
(2006, April). Capetown, South Africa.

Introduction and Distribution Models and Associated Uptake and Use
(2005, September). Global Consultation on the Female Condom. UNFPA, USAID, WHO/UNAIDS, PATH, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,

Dramatic impact on sexual risk behavior among active drug-using women: the BestBET study
(2004, November). American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Washington, DC.

The body empowerment model: an approach to educating women
(2004, April). Annual Meeting of Society for Applied Anthropology. Dallas, TX.

The BestBet study: a “Body Empowerment” intervention to help women use vaginal HIV protection.
(2004, March). Microbicides 2004 Conference. London.

Women’s right to microbicides: conditional or unconditional?
(2004, March). Microbicides 2004 Conference. London.

Maximizing the impact of women’s barrier methods for prevention of STI/HIV.
(2003, May). Clinical Issues in Reproductive Health Update Conference. Columbia University,

Interest in and reactions to a panoply of women’s HIV/STD protection methods among US women at high risk of infection
(2002, November). American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.

The Female Condom : Is It Working?
(2002, November). American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.

Professional Contributions and Service

Professional Memberships

  • International AIDS Society
  • American Public Health Association

College Service

  • CHP Allied Health Search Committee CHP Allied Health Search Committee [Committee Chair]

Professional Service

Abstract review team, American Public Health Association Annual Meeting