Elizabeth Inman, Ph.D.


Elizabeth Inman, Ph.D.

Elizabeth Inman, Ph.D.

Post-Doctoral Associate

Principal Investigator: Dr. Rachel Kidman

EMAIL: Elizabeth.Inman@stonybrookmedicine.edu

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Dr. Inman graduated from Stony Brook University in 2023 with a Ph.D. in Social Health Psychology. Her dissertation examined the intra-individual effects of intimate partner violence stigma on women's health behaviors. Dr. Inman is currently working with Dr. Kidman's study of adversity and risk behaviors among adolescents with perinatally-acquired HIV in South Africa.


Ph.D., Social Health Psychology, Stony Brook University (2023)

MA, Psychology, Stony Brook University (2020)

BA, Psychology, College of the Holy Cross (2015)

Professional Experience:

  • Post-Doctoral associate, Program in Public Health, Stony Brook Medicine, 2023-present
  • Graduate Assistant, Department of Psychology, Stony Brook University, 2018-2023
  • Clinical Research Coordinator, Mongan Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital, 2016-2018
  • Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, College of the Holy Cross, 2013-2015

Research Interests:

Social stigma and behavioral health outcomes; Intimate partner violence victimization as a concealable stigmatized identity; Longitudinal survey methods.

Select Publications:

Inman EM, Obedin-Maliver J, Ragosta S, et al. Reports of Negative Interactions with Healthcare Providers among Transgender, Nonbinary, and Gender-Expansive People assigned Female at Birth in the United States: Results from an Online, Cross-Sectional Survey. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2023;20(11):6007. Published 2023 May 31. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph20116007.

Inman EM, London B. Self-silencing Mediates the Relationship Between Rejection Sensitivity and Intimate Partner Violence. J Interpers Violence. 2022;37(13-14):NP12475-NP12494. https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260521997948.

Inman EM, Bermejo RM, McDanal R, et al. Discrimination and psychosocial engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stigma and Health. 2021;6(4):380-383. https://psycnet.apa.org/doi/10.1037/sah0000349.