Sabrina Avripas Bauroth is a Senior Research Director in NORC's Public Health Research department. Her research interests include adolescent health, HIV/AIDS and mental health/substance use. Her current projects involve developing and evaluating training programs to integrate screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment (SBIRT) for substance use into practice for health professionals and developing tools to engage adolescent men who have sex with men. She has also contributed to the National Immunization Survey, the Redesign of the National Survey of Children's Health, the HIV Open Data Project Evaluation and lmproving Death Scene Investigation Process and Death Reporting Practices.
Bauroth has experience in quantitative and qualitative public health research. She has served in leadership roles with numerous research and treatment service programs for individuals with depression, serious mental illness, and in suicide prevention involving the development of quantitative and qualitative research protocols, focus group and individual interviews, implementation, and evaluation.
Prior to joining NORC, Bauroth managed the NIDA funded National Addiction and HIV Data Archive program with the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research and served as program manager for several research projects at the University of Michigan's Department of Family Medicine including NIMH sponsored community-based research partnerships, disease management interventions in primary care, and the uptake of Clinical Information Systems for disease management and Free Clinics in Michigan.