Josephine Korchmaros

About Josephine Korchmaros

Josephine (Jo) D. Korchmaros is the Director of Research Methods and Statistics at the University of Arizona’s Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW). Dr. Korchmaros received her Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut in Social Psychology with a concentration on research methods and statistics. Dr. Korchmaros is involved with many of SIROW’s projects. She is dedicated to working on research designed to have a direct positive impact on quality of life of women and youth.

Projects

National Cross-Site Evaluation of Juvenile Drug Court and Reclaiming Futures

HerStory To Health: Woman’s HIV, STD, Hepatitis B and C, and Mental Health Drug Treatment Enhancement and Program Expansion Project

Working Poor Mothers of Minors (MOMs)

i-Team: A Treatment Systems Approach for Homeless LGBTQ Youth

Step Forward

Las Rosas

Evidenced-Based Models for Youth: Testing the Efficacy on Substance Abuse, Trauma, & Justice Outcomes Project (EbTX Project)

Seven Challenges Evaluation: Providence Site

Project DAP (Determining Another Path)

Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender (LGBT) Research Cluster

The Status of Women in Southern Arizona: Indicators of Equity and Opportunity

Mujer Sana-Healthy Women (HIV, STD, TB and Hepatitis B+C Drug Treament Enhancement of Women)

Project CHAT

The Eon Project: Capacity Enhancement to Improve and Integrate Culturally Relevant Substance Abuse and HIV/AIDS Services

Family Drug Court

Conexiones Sana/Health Connections

Youth Empowerment Project: YEP

Juvenile Detention Public Defender Research Study

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Contact Information

Josephine Korchmaros
Director-Research Methods & Statistics
Telephone: 520-295-9339 ext. 210
Office: 181 S. Tucson Blvd., Suite 101, Tucson, AZ 85716