Sabrina Boyce, MPH
, serves as a Research Program Coordinator for the Center on Gender Equity and Health, while also a doctoral student in Epidemiology at the University of California, Berkeley. She oversees one of Dr. Silverman’s research initiatives designing and conducting a statewide evaluation of California Department of Public Health’s Rape Prevention Education (RPE) programming, an initiative funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Ms. Boyce has experience managing a diverse portfolio of domestic and international research projects at UC San Diego’s Center on Gender Equity and Health, focused on gender-based violence, child marriage, sex-trafficking, and reproductive health among vulnerable populations. Much of Ms. Boyce’s research has been inspired by her experience as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar in Nicaragua conducting independent research on the role of gender norms in young married couples’ sexual and reproductive health decisions, and by her years working at local and state non-profit organizations serving adolescent and adult survivors of domestic and dating violence.