Dr. Juliana Cardoso

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Morrison-Reeves 204

Dr. Cardoso is passionate about improving women’s experiences in medical settings and better understanding how women perceive risk for several health conditions, including risk for sexually transmitted infections and diseases. When not in the classroom, Dr. Cardoso enjoys traveling, cooking, and listening to music”

BA, Hunter College
MA, Queens College
MA, University of Texas at El Paso,
Ph.D., University of Texas at El Paso

Mixed methods research, health disparities and health decisions, HIV, sexual health, risk perception, community based participatory research