Psychologist, Clinical Behavioral Medicine Service of the Immunology Center at The Miriam Hospital

Megan Pinkston-Camp, MA, PhD, received a master’s degree in health psychology from Appalachian State University and a PhD in clinical health psychology from the University of Missouri, and also completed a postdoctoral fellowship in HIV and substance use at the Alpert Medical School.

She pursues research and clinical work in the clinical behavioral medicine service of the immunology clinic of The Miriam Hospital. She provides evidence-based therapy to HIV-infected patients who struggle with mental illness, substance use, and behavioral medicine concerns. Her research interests include the exploration and development of effective interventions for the syndemics that surround substance use, HIV infection/HCV co-infection, mental illness, and behavioral medicine concerns.



Areas of Expertise

Behavioral Medicine Interventions In Patients Living With Hiv And/or Hepatitis C And/or Co-existing Depression And Anxiety
Behavioral Medicine/clinical Health Psychology
Substance Abuse
Treatment Adherence

Hospital Affiliations


Post Graduate:University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Medicine
Internship:VA Maryland Health Care System/University of Maryland School of Medicine Psychology Internship Consortium
Fellowship:The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Division of Infectious Diseases, NIH/NIDA T32 Training Program: HIV and Other Infectious Consequences of Substance Abuse