Saint Louis University


Research Interests: Neighborhood Conditions and Adverse Sexual Health Events, HIV

ResearchGate Profile

Courses: Research Methods; Health Promotion Program Planning

Education History: PhD, Health Behavior, Indiana University
MPE, Washington University in St. Louis; MEd, Health Promotion and Behavior, Public Health, University of Georgia
BA Psychology, Rutgers University

Salus Center, 315

(314) 977-4563


Enbal Shacham, PhD, Med; MPE received her B.A. (Psychology) from Rutgers University, her M.Ed. (Health Promotion and Behavior) from University of Georgia College of Public Health, her PhD (Health Behavior) from Indiana University School of Public Health and her Master of Psychiatric Epidemiology from Washington University School of Medicine. Prior to joining the faculty at she was a post-doctoral fellow at Washington University School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry where she transitioned onto a faculty member at the end of the fellowship.

As a behavioral scientist, Dr. Shacham studies neighborhood conditions and how they influence behaviors that place populations at risk for adverse sexual health events. Most of her research has focused on HIV as it is a tangible example of a health disparity both in populations who become infected and health outcomes among those who are infected. She has conducted research both internationally and domestically.

She currently teaches Health Promotion Program Planning in the MPH program.