Steven D. Pinkerton, Ph.D.
Steven D. Pinkerton, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin in the Center for AIDS Intervention Research. Dr. Pinkerton did his undergraduate training at the University of California, Berkeley, and received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles, where he was also an NRSA Fellow.
Dr. Pinkerton's academic interests include HIV transmission modeling, cost-effectiveness analysis, and human sexual behavior.
A few publications include:
Pinkerton, S.D., Galletly, C.L., & Seal, D.W. (2007). Model-based estimates of HIV acquisition due to prison rape. The Prison Journal, 87, 295-310.
Pinkerton, S.D. (2007). How many sexually-acquired HIV infections in the US are due to acute-phase HIV transmission? AIDS, 21, 1625-1629.
Pinkerton, S.D., Martin, J.N., Roland, M.E., Katz, M.H., Coates, T.J., & Kahn, J.O. (2004). Cost-effectiveness of post-exposure prophylaxis after sexual or injection drug exposure to human immunodeficiency virus. Archives of Internal Medicine, 164, 46-54.