Center & Institute Affiliations
Karin Tobin, PhD ‘04, MHS ’00, is a social and behavioral scientist who studies how social networks and place-based context shape health and inequalities.
Experiences & Accomplishments
Honors & Awards
- Randomized Controlled Trials - Behavioral Interventions
- Tobin KE, Kuramoto SJ, German, D, Fields E, Spikes P, Petterson J, Latkin C. (2012) Unity in Diversity: Results of a randomized clinical culturally tailored pilot HIV prevention intervention trial for African American men who have sex with men; Baltimore, Maryland. Health Education & Behavior (in press). PMC Journal - In Process
- Davey-Rothwell MA, Tobin KE, Yang C, Sun CJ, Latkin CA. (2011) Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial of a Peer Mentor HIV/STI Prevention Intervention for Women Over an 18 Month Follow-Up. AIDS and Behavior Nov;15(8):1654-63. PMCID:PMC3158274
- Tobin KE, Kuramoto SJ, Davey-Rothwell MA, Latkin CA. (2011) The STEP into Action study: a peer-based, personal risk network focused HIV prevention intervention with injection drug users in Baltimore, Maryland. Addiction Feb;106(2):366-75. PMCID:PMC3049994
- Tobin KE, Sherman SG, Bielenson P, Welsh C, Latkin CA. (2009) Evaluation of the Staying Alive Programme: Training Injection Drug Users to Properly Administer Naloxone and Save Lives. International Journal of Drug Policy 20(2):131-136.