Robert Motley, an NIMH doctoral student at the Brown School, has been awarded a grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities.The title of his newly funded project is “Racism-Based Trauma, Emerging Adults and Substance Abuse.” Project Narrative Community violence exposure (CVE) remains a critical public health issue facing Black emerging adults […]
The Implementation Research Institute (IRI) is an exciting learning collaborative of implementation researchers funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This unique interdisciplinary training program aims to help researchers launch a research career in implementation science in mental health. The […]
Addressing global challenges in a spirit of cooperation and collaboration was the prevailing theme of the 7th McDonnell Academy International Symposium, co-hosted by Washington University in St. Louis and Tsinghua University held in Beijing Oct. 11-14. More than 400 attendees, from 35 McDonnell Academy partners around the world, converged to discuss innovative approaches to address issues […]
The report highlights the significant gap between the income minimum wage working parents earn and the real costs it takes to support a family.
Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to introduce two new NIMH T32 Training in Mental Health Services Research postdoctoral fellows and members of the Brown School community: Dr. Hannah Szlyk and Dr. Kimberly Roth. Dr. Hannah Szlyk, PhD, LCSW, studies suicidality among underserved and minority youth, including adolescents of immigrant families. Hannah is specifically interested in how […]
Among the editors are Ross C. Brownson, Bernard Becker Professor at the Brown School and Enola K. Proctor, Shanti K. Khinkuka Distinguished Professor at the Brown School.
JRISMA editors include Brown School Associate Professor Darrell Hudson and Assistant Professor Sheretta Butler-Barnes.