Faculty Affiliates

Faculty affiliates are scholars with a clear and demonstrated interest in an area related to gun violence research, are actively involved in research activities, attend seminars, present their research, and participate in the GVRC research events.

Green, Stuart

Green's work focuses on the philosophical underpinnings of a wide range of issues in substantive criminal law, especially involving the question of...

Granick, Mark

Dr. Granick has been a reconstructive surgeon for 35 years. During that time he has treated many patients with deformities or wounds...

Crystal, Stephen

Stephen Crystal's interest in gun violence research is related to crime and social control Title/DepartmentDistinguished Research Professor, School of...

Cohen, John

John D. Cohen is a Rutgers Professor and former acting Undersecretary for Intelligence and Counter-terrorism Coordinator at the United States Department of...

Chen, Ping-hsin

Dr. Chen has extensive experience of research on domestic violence, including gun-related domestic violence. She has received funding from the National Institute...

Berryessa, Colleen

Dr. Berryessa's research, utilizing both quantitative and qualitative methods, examines discretion in the criminal justice system and how it may affect responses...

Aziz, Rehan

Aziz’s interest is in late-life depression. Suicide is over-represented in this population, and firearms are the most common method used. Aziz has...

Arevalo, Michael Sierra

Sierra-Arévalo is a sociologist whose research interests include police and police culture, gangs, gun violence, violence prevention, and social networks. He has...

Evaluation of a Utah Concealed Firearm Permit Course Suicide Prevention Module

Objective:This study evaluated the impact of adding a suicide prevention (SP) module to a Concealed Firearm Permit (CFP) course on instructors’ knowledge,...