Program Faculty

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Curt G. Beckwith, MD

Curt G. Beckwith, MD is Associate Professor Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. He is co-leader of the Prisoner Health and Human Rights Scientific Program of the Lifespan/Tufts/Brown Center for AIDS Research, is the Program Director of the Brown University Infectious Diseases Fellowship, and is an active HIV-care provider in Providence, RI. Dr. Beckwith’s research focuses on developing and evaluating innovative HIV and HCV testing, linkage, and retention programs for vulnerable populations, particularly for persons involved with the criminal justice system. Dr. Beckwith is the Principal Investigator and Director of the Lifespan/Brown CJRT.

Amy Nunn, ScD
Amy Nunn, ScD, is an Assistant Professor in Behavioral and Social Sciences at the Brown University School of Public Health, with a secondary appointment in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Brown Medical School. She is also the Executive Director of the Rhode Island Public Health Institute (RIPHI), whose mission is reducing health disparities and translating research into public health practice.  Dr. Nunn conducts social science research examining the structural, social and behavioral factors influencing racial disparities in HIV and HCV infection in the United States, including our nation’s alarming incarceration rates. Her research focuses on HIV and HCV prevention, health disparities and community-based participatory research in the field of HIV and HCV prevention. Dr. Nunn is a Co-Investigator on the Lifespan/Brown CJRT with primary responsibility for curriculum development and training related to community-engaged research and health disparities.

Brad Brockmann, JD
Brad Brockmann, JD is a civil rights attorney and the first Executive Director of the Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights (Center) in Providence, RI (www.prisonerhealth.org). He is directly engaged in ongoing efforts to improve the health of prisoners and other criminal justice involved populations. Mr. Brockmann has developed on-going programs and projects in the community and at RI academic institutions that are designed to raise the profile of the health issues and related challenges facing prisoners and criminal justice populations, and to find practical solutions to addressing those issues. Mr. Brockmann is a Co-Investigator on the CJRT with primary responsibility for recruitment of participants and dissemination of program information and trainee research.

Lauri Bazerman, MS
Lauri Bazerman, MS is a Project Director at The Miriam Hospital and has over 15 years of experience working on federally-funded projects related to correctional health, substance use, HIV, and HCV. She is responsible for overall administrative and programmatic coordination related to the CJRT, and serves as the primary point of contact for applicants and program participants.

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