Enrique Rodriguez Pouget, Ph.D.

Dr. Enrique Rodriguez Pouget is the Senior Methodologist at CPE in New York. Dr. Pouget is an epidemiologist whose research has been focused on social determinants of health and racial/ethnic health disparities. His work has included studies of mental disorders, substance use and transmission of infectious diseases, concentrating on quantitative methods and analyses. Dr. Pouget has been funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse as a Principal Investigator of a study to develop new measures of the pathways between social structural changes and HIV epidemics, and as a Co-Investigator of a study to assess change over time in risks of opioid misuse and overdose. He received his doctoral training in Chronic Disease Epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health, and is an author of over 50 research publications in peer-reviewed journals. His work on incarceration rates and adult sex ratios, and their effects on racial/ethnic disparities in transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections led to his current focus on criminal justice and policing.