Dorian Traube is an associate professor at the USC School of Social Work. Her research agenda focuses on the behavioral health of high-risk adolescents, use of telemedicine technology to deliver services to hard to reach populations, and early intervention for families. She currently is supported by the Clinton Global Initiative to partner with Parents as Teachers to offer home visitation services through interactive, web-based telehealth technology. Read more.
Expertise: adolescence; adolescent health and mental health; adolescent risk-taking; adolescent drug use; gay (LGBT) teens and youth; adolescent sexual activity; health prevention with teens; parent-child relationships; chronic illness in children; HIV infection in the United States; HIV infection internationally.