Victoria D. Ojeda, PhD, MPH, is a Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health at the UCSD School of Medicine. Her research focuses on the health of justice-involved persons, Latino migrants, and persons living with mental illness or at risk of or living with HIV. Dr. Ojeda is PI of the NIH Grant: “Impact of Peer Support on Health Service and Social Disparities Among Minority Youth with SMI,” the UCSD RE-LINK program (DHHS-Office of Minority Health grant #CPIMP161137), and she founded the UCSD Clean Slate Free Tattoo Removal Program serves adults on Probation in San Diego County.