Alongside his work as a health services researcher and clinician, Dr. Guerrero maintains memberships in several organizations, including the National Hispanic Science Network. Additionally, he serves as a manuscript reviewer for the top-ranking journals in addiction, mental health, management and implementation. Dr. Guerrero’s other leadership roles include chairing Special Interest Groups on Racial/Ethnic & Gender disparities, Violence Prevention, Men's Health and Latinos in Science.
Prior to launching his career, Erick Guerrero earned a PhD from the University of Chicago, where he stood out as the first Mexican national to earn a doctorate from the university's School of Social Service Administration. He later completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Southern California before being hired as a USC professor.