Amy Shlosberg is a PhD candidate in the Doctoral Program of Criminal Justice,
CUNY Graduate Center. She received a BA in Criminal Justice from Rutgers,
The State University of New Jersey in 2003 and earned an MA in Forensic
Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 2005. Before entering the doctoral program she worked as a research associate at The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA). Since 2007 Amy has worked at the Kings County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn NY on various projects with Professor Hung-En Sung, including racial disparities in sentencing, mental health treatment and alternative to incarceration programs. She has taught a variety of classes at John Jay College, including Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, Police Courts and Corrections, and Major Works in Criminal Justice. Her research interests include the causes, remedies and effects of wrongful convictions and prisoner reentry and reintegration. She is interested in learning how epidemiological approaches can be applied to criminal justice populations during incarceration and reentry.