M.A., Ph.D., University at Albany, State University of New York
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Rochester Medical Center
Capital Punishment Law
Victimology: specific victim populations; needs and use of resources; health consequences; experiences in the criminal justice and health systems
Criminal justice and health
Families and friends who have lost a loved one to suicide
Executive Counselor, Division of Victimology, American Society of Criminology
York College Faculty Development Research Grant
Honors Degree with Distinction, University of Delaware
Presidential Award, Initiatives for Women, University at Albany
Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Golden Key International Honor Society
Mastrocinque, J.M., Thew, D., Cerulli, C., Raimondi, C., Pollard, R.Q & Chin, N. (In press). Deaf victims’ experiences with intimate partner violence: The need for integration and innovation. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Mastrocinque, J.M. & McDowall, D. (2016). Does recent victimization impact confidence in the criminal justice system? Victims & Offenders, 11(3), 482-499.
Mastrocinque, J.M., Metzger, J., Madeira, J., Lang, K., Pruss, H., Sandys, M., Navratil, & Cerulli, C. (2015). I’m still left here with the pain: Exploring the health consequences of homicide on families and friends. Homicide Studies, 19(4), 326-349
Mastrocinque, J.M. (2014). Victim Personal Statements: An analysis of notification and utilization. Criminology & Criminal Justice, 14(2), 216-234.