Suzanne Maman, PhD


(hb)maman_suzanne_2013 Associate Professor
Health Behavior
Curriculum Vitae

REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
331 Rosenau
Campus Box 7440
Gillings School of Global Public Health
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7440
T: 919-966-3901
F: 919-966-2921
2000       The Johns Hopkins University        PhD, International Health
1995       The Johns Hopkins University        MPH, International Health
1992       Cornell University                              BS, Human Ecology

HBEH 753          Qualitative Evaluation and Research Methods          Syllabus

Research interests
Global health
Health behavior
Infectious diseases
Sexually transmitted diseases
Violence prevention
Women’s health

Select publications
Groves, A. K.; Moodley, D.; Reyes, H. L. M.; Martin, S. L.; Foshee, V.; Maman, S. (2014).
Prevalence, Rates and Correlates of Intimate Partner Violence Among South African Women During Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period.
Maternal and Child Health Journal. 

Maman, S.; Moodley, D.; Reyes, H. L. M.; Groves, A. K.; Kagee, A.; Moodley, P. (2014).
Efficacy of enhanced HIV counseling for risk reduction during pregnancy and in the postpartum period: A randomized controlled trial.
PLoS ONE, 9(5).

Maman, S.; van Rooyen, H.; Groves, A. K. (2014).
HIV status disclosure to families for social support in South Africa (NIMH Project Accept/HPTN 043).
AIDS Care, 26(2):226-232.

Parker, L.; Maman, S.; Pettifor, A.; Chalachala, J. L.; Edmonds, A.; Golin, C. E.; Moracco, K.; Behets, F. (2013).
Feasibility analysis of an evidence-based Positive Prevention intervention for youth living with HIV/AIDS in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
AIDS Education and Prevention, 25(2):135-150.

Maman, S. Mbwambo, J.; Hogan, M.; Kilonzo, G.P.; Campbell, J.C.; Sweat, M. (2002).
HIV-1 Positive Women Report More Lifetime Experiences with Violence: Findings from a Voluntary HIV-1 Counseling and Testing Clinic in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
American Journal of Public Health, 92:1331-1337.