Victoria D. Ojeda, is an Associate Professor, in the Division of Global Public Health in the Department of Medicine at the UCSD School of Medicine. Her research focuses on the health of underserved and vulnerable populations, including immigrants, Latinos, and women and has published on substance use, HIV/AIDS, and mental health comorbidities, with a focus on migrant populations, including deportees, injection drug users and female sex workers—all of whom have contact with the criminal justice system.
Peter Davidson is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Global Public Health, Department of Medicine, at UC San Diego. He is a medical sociologist who has been conducting research and harm-reduction based intervention development on opioid-related overdose, hepatitis C transmission, and sexually transmitted infections among drug users in Australia and the United States since 1997. Dr. Davidson's current work includes a NIH/NIDA funded R01 study examining impacts of Sheriff Department use of naloxone to respond to opioid overdose in San Diego County, and a UC Criminal Justice & Health Consortium Pilot grant exploring the impact of a Los Angeles County program to provide community-based care rather than incarceration for individuals who have been charged with misdemeanor offences but who are incompetent to stand trial.