Etienne Jaime

Etienne Jaime
Assistant Professor of Practice in Global Public Health

Etienne Jaime is an Assistant Professor of Practice in Global Public Health at New York University Shanghai. He holds a PhD in Public Health from University of Liverpool/Xi’an Jiaotong – Liverpool University. Etienne has previously worked in Monitoring and Evaluation of public health programs in the U.S. and Latin America. He worked with programs and interventions using participatory methodologies in the fields of youth health and empowerment, sexual and reproductive health, mental health, minority health, water sanitation and hygiene, and tropical & infectious diseases. 

His current research interests include community-based and participatory methods (e.g., community-based participatory research and crowdsourced interventions), behavior change interventions, mHealth interventions, sexual and reproductive health, youth health, and mental health. His research contributions have been granted national and international awards and assisted in the development of a national USAID funded project in Nicaragua.


Select Publications

  • Etienne Jaime, MPH; Xinwen Hu; Shiqiang Wu; Stephen W. Pan, PhD; “Effects of creative crowdsourcing on psychological distress among college students in Eastern China.” Annals of Behavioral Medicine, Volume 57, Issue Supplement_1, April 2023, Pages S1–S646, 

  • Wang, Jing, Abram L. Wagner, Ying Chen, Etienne Jaime, Xinwen Hu, Shiqiang Wu, Yihan Lu, Yuhua Ruan, and Stephen W. Pan. "Would COVID-19 vaccination willingness increase if mobile technologies prohibit unvaccinated individuals from public spaces? A nationwide discrete choice experiment from China." Vaccine 40, no. 51 (2022): 7466-7475. 

  • Alex Espinoza, Etienne Jaime Hinojosa, Alejandra Aguilar, Susan F. Franks, Kimberly G Fulda, Anna M Espinoza. “Exploring the Role of Protective Factors on Depressive Symptoms among Mexican American Children.” (2016)



  • PhD, Public Health
    University of Liverpool, Xi’an Jiaotong – Liverpool University

  • MPH, Public Health
    University of North Texas – Health Science Center

  • BS, Biology
    University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley


Research Interests

  • Community-Based Participatory Methods

  • Crowdsourcing Interventions

  • mHealth

  • Sexual and Reproductive Health

  • Health Equity

  • International Health