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“How Did I Get Here?” Career Paths in Global Mental Health Series – Research focus
The October 22nd webinar will focus on panelists speaking about their global mental health research career paths.


Dr. Christina Borba, Associate Professor, Boston University School of Medicine
Director of Research Department of Psychiatry; Director, Global and Local Center for Mental Health Disparities, Boston Medical Center

Anne Stevenson, Program Director, NeuroGAP-Psychosis Study, Harvard Chan School of Public Health; Associated Scientist, Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, Broad Institute

Dr. Brandon Kohrt, Charles and Sonia Akman Professor in Global Psychiatry; Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Global Health; Director, Division of Global Mental Health, George Washington University

Moderated by:

Saloni Dev, Graduate Research Assistant, Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research; Population Health Doctoral Candidate | Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Northeastern University; SPIRIT South Asia Implementation Research in Mental Health Fellow

The purpose of the panel webinar series is to highlight and learn from the career paths of individuals who have been successful in diverse aspects of global mental health work. These seminars will seek to connect students and interested individuals to professionals in the field by understanding their career paths and how their passion and experiences led them to pursue a career in global mental health. It also serves to encourage individuals to find their own path in the global mental health community.

The structure will be a facilitated panel discussion of three-four individuals who will be asked questions about their experience and advice they have for students and early career professionals. There will also be time for audience questions and discussion.

Oct 22, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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