Senior Research Scientist, Study Director
Pacific Institute for Research & Evaluation
Juliet P. Lee, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Scientist and Study Director at the Prevention Research Center of Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, a nonprofit public health institute with core funding from the National Institute of Health to address the environmental prevention of alcohol and other drug problems. Dr. Lee’s work emphasizes participatory approaches to research and intervention. She has led and co-led research projects funded by the NIH and state of California, including two major studies of the impacts of alcohol sales outlets on community alcohol problems, and she served as coinvestigator on a project that successfully reduced underage drinking among Native youth using policy as well as therapeutic methods. She serves as Principal Investigator on the Healthy Tribal Nations Project (HealthyTribalNations.org).