Research Interests: Neighborhood Conditions and Adverse Sexual Health Events, HIV
Courses: Research Methods; Health Promotion Program Planning
Education History: PhD, Health Behavior, Indiana University
Enbal Shacham, PhD, Med; MPE is Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science and Health Education. Prior to joining the faculty at SLU, she was Research Assistant Professor at the Brown School of Social Work's institute of Public Health at Washington University in St. Louis.
Dr. Shacham 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, and her Master of Psychiatric Epidemiology from Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Shacham's research has focused on HIV and mental health.
She has conducted research projects in Atlanta, St. Louis, and Kenya. After an NIDA post-doctoral fellow and training in psychiatric epidemiology and drug abuse co-morbidity, Dr. Shacham secured an institutional Career Development KL2 award. Dr. Shacham has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at University of Georgia, Indiana University and at Washington University in St. Louis.