Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
Bushra Sabri is a Research Associate faculty member at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and Adjunct Faculty at Brescia University, Owensboro. Dr. Sabri received her PhD from the University of Iowa, with pre-doctoral research support by NIMH (T32MH16089) and SAMHSA (T06SMO58565-03) and completed her NICHD funded interdisciplinary post-doctoral fellowship (T32HDO64428) at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She has been involved in several funded research projects focusing on interpersonal violence across the lifespan, and health outcomes of violence. Dr. Sabri is currently supported by NICHD (K99HD082350). Her research interests include: factors related to risk for HIV and reproductive and sexual health problems among women with lifetime cumulative trauma, role of physiological stress responses in coping and adaptation to traumatic life events, and biopsychosocial approach to development of trauma informed culturally tailored interventions for at-risk women from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds.