Lori Heise, PhD

lori.jpg
 

Dr. Lori Heise recently joined the faculty of JHSPH and brings over 25 years of experience working on gender and social norms to the GEAS Research Working Group.  She is an internationally recognized expert on the causes and consequences of violence against women and children and is Co-investigator on “What Works to Prevent Violence,” a 6 year, multi-million-dollar project to reduce gender-based violence in low and middle income countries. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, she was a Professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where she served as Co-Director of STRIVE, an international research consortium dedicated to studying the structural drivers of HIV, including gender inequalities, stigma and criminalization, lack of livelihood options and alcohol use and harmful drinking norms.

 

Contact Dr. Heise