Professor of Bioethics, Psychiatry, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and Center for Global Health
Vice Dean Faculty Development and Diversity
Dr. Loue is a Professor in the Department of Bioethics and serves as the Vice Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity in the School of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. She has secondary appointments in the Departments of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Psychiatry, and Global Health and at MSASS, the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. Dr. Loue holds graduate degrees in law (J.D.), epidemiology (Ph.D.), medical anthropology (Ph.D.), social work (M.S.S.A.), and secondary education (M.A.). She is also ordained as an interfaith minister. Dr. Loue’s primary research focus is on HIV risk and prevention and family violence in marginalized communities, such as non-English speakers, immigrants, sexual and ethnic/racial minorities, and persons with severe mental illness. Other research interests include forensic epidemiology, severe mental illness, and ethical issues in the conduct of research with vulnerable persons. She has authored over 70 peer-reviewed articles and 58 book chapters, and has authored and/or edited 27 books.
Loue S. Sandplay therapy: Identity, diversity, and cultural humility. Journal of Sandplay Therapy 2012; 21(2).
Loue S, Daugherty B, Heaphy E, Mendez N, Sajatovic M. The co-occurrence of mental illness and high HIV-risk in a sample of African American men who have sex with men: Findings and implications. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services 2012; 11: 233-247.
Loue S. Ethical issues in a study of bipolar disorder and HIV risk among African-American men who have sex with men. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 2012; 200(3):236-241. Loue S. Parentally-mandated religious healing for children: A therapeutic jurisprudence approach. Journal of Law and Religion 2012; 27(2): 397-422.
Weine SM, Bahromov M, Loue S, Owens L. Trauma exposure, PTSD and HIV sexual risk behaviors among labor migrants from Tajikistan. AIDS & Behavior 2012; 16(6): 1659-1669