Mallory Johnson, PhD
Mallory Johnson is associate professor in the Department of Medicine's Division of Prevention Science, where he conducts research with the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS). He received his doctorate in clinical medical psychology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, completed a postdoctoral fellowship at UCSF in the Departments of Medicine and Psychiatry, and is a licensed psychologist in the State of California. His primary research interests lie within the context of empowerment of patients in their HIV treatment. Dr. Johnson is currently the principal investigator of four NIH-funded studies using observational or randomized, controlled trial designs to investigate the roles of patient factors and HIV treatment adherence, side effects management, and decision making about initiating HIV treatment. He serves as faculty on postdoctoral training programs in integrative medicine, psychology and health, and the Traineeships in AIDS Prevention Studies (TAPS) program at CAPS. He was named the 2007 Emerging Leader in Psychology and AIDS by the American Psychological Association.