Doctorate in Public Health from the School of Public Health, State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Medical Center
Dr. Gousse primarily examines the complex health problems that New York residents currently face, as well as the health problems and disparities within the greater United States and internationally. She is committed to developing systems to promote best practices in the clinical setting.
Research: Dr. Gousse’s recent work focused on community-based participatory research (CBPR), HIV prevention in non-traditional settings, and substance use prevention among ethnically diverse populations.
Her research and practice interests include immigrant and urban health, the multifactorial causes of health and health care disparities, HIV/AIDS, cardiovascular health, and stress as it relates to health outcomes.
Curriculum: Introduction to Public Health Management, Culminating Experience, Program Evaluation, Public Health Practice