Roman V. Skochilov | OMICS International
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Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Roman V. Skochilov

Department of Epidemiology and Public Healt The Biomedical Center, St Petersburg, Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg, State University, St Petersburg, Russian Federation, Russia


Roman V. Skochilov is working as an Assistant proffessor  in the d epartment of Epidemiology and Public Health addition for his background in social work, sociology, psychology and public health area, he had  broad experience in field work with vulnerable to HIV/AIDS communities since 1999 as outreach worker, specialist of social work, consultant, case manager and research scientist. As coordinator of social workers on several previous studies, He developed effective instruments for organize work for recruitment and follow up for participants in those projects, and by establishing strong ties with community providers that will make it possible to recruit and track participants over time.

Research Interest

The primary focus of his interest in research activities and publications are range of health problems such as HIV/AIDS and risk behavior.He successfully administered the projects (e.g. staffing, maintenance of cohort study, research protections, developing research instruments, maintenance of research software, constructing a realistic research plan and timeline). Also, as an Assistant Professor at SPSU, he is teaching courses at the Department of Psychology (“Design of Psychological Study”, “Psychology of Communities” and “Contemporary Approaches of Psychological and Social Assistance to Injection Drug Users”)