Jennifer Zhihuan Huang Bouey


Associate Professor


Department of International Health
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Dr. Jennifer Huang Bouey is an Associate Professor and a behavioral epidemiologist at the Department of International Health, School of Nursing and Health Studies, Georgetown University. Dr. Bouey’s research interest includes: (1) special needs of young immigrant families, with a particular focus on social and familial influences on maternal and child behavior and health care access; (2) HIV/STI epidemiology and social behavioral prevention/intervention among migrant populations in China. Her research and publications have been supported by fundings from National Institute of Child Health and Health Development of National Institute of Health (R21, R01) and Maternal and Child Health Bureau of Health Resources and Services Administration (R40).

Dr. Bouey also developed and teaches two methodology courses: Epidemiology (INTH177) and Research Methods for Global Health (INTH182) on Georgetown University main campus. In summer, she leads a seminar course on Changing Patterns of Diseases (INTH477) at the Georgetown-Fudan Global Health Summer Program in Shanghai, China.


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  • PhD (2001) George Washington University, Epidemiology
  • MPH (1995) The George Washiongton University, Epidemiology/Biostatistics
  • MBBS (1993) Beijing University, Clinical Medicine


  • Chinese (speak, read, write)