Health Intervention Project for Underserved Population (HIPUP), Public Health Institute
Victorine Stanislaus was raised in Sri Lanka, where she completed her undergraduate and graduate education in Medical Degree (MD). After migrating to the United State, she earned a graduate degree in Master’s in Public Health (MPH) in the epidemiology and biostatics track at the University of Southern California. Her practicum project focused on transgender women and their psychosocial factors and associated with their Illicit Silicon Injection (ISI) and Non-Prescription Hormone Use (NPHU). Victorine works in the HIPUP department as a Research Associate, working with several ongoing projects and publication focusing on psychosocial, substance abuse, and risk behavior of the transgender population.