Haley A. Carroll, PhD (2018-2021)
Dr. Carroll earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Washington and completed her clinical residency at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Dr. Carroll completed prior funding opportunities from the National Institutes of Health including training in: 1) global health, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia in Lima, Peru (2016-2017; Fogarty D43; Kuskaya: An interdisciplinary training program for innovation in global health); 2) gender inequity, University of Washington in Seattle, US (2014-2017; NIAAA F31, PI: Carroll, Dispositional Factors that Predict Drinking in Young Adult Women); and 3) research in alcohol use disorders, University of Washington in Seattle, US (2011-2014; NIAAA T32 PI: Larimer; Psychology Training in Alcohol Research Program). Dr. Carroll is motivated to leverage rigorous mixed-methods research and evaluation to uncover and advance solutions that eliminate disparity in mental health infrastructure. She has experience in international health research in areas such as migration and forced displacement, gender inequity, and mental health systems, in underserved and marginalized populations in locations across Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, and the United States. During her fellowship, Dr. Carroll collaborated with researchers at Universidad del Pacífico in Lima, Peru to investigate the impact of forced displacement from Venezuela to Peru on mental health, and potential treatment targets within this population.
Christine E. Cooper-Vince, PhD (2016-2019)
Dr. Cooper-Vince earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Boston University and completed her predoctoral internship at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School in the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Training Track. During her fellowship, Dr. Cooper-Vince worked under the mentorship of Dr. Alex Tsai to collaborate with partners at MGH and Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital/Mbarara University of Science and Technology in Mbarara, Uganda. She used mixed methods to examine the effects of water insecurity on parenting and child wellbeing, as well as the expression and community conceptualization of child mental health problems in rural southwestern Uganda. Dr. Cooper-Vince also co-led a cognitive-behavioral therapy training collaboration between the MUST Psychiatry Department (Director: Dr. Godfrey Rukundo) and the MGH Psychiatry Academy and completed a mixed methods evaluation of the feasibility and acceptability of the program. In addition, Dr. Cooper-Vince contributed to the mentoring of staff and trainees at MGH and MUST, including formal mentorship on caregiver support interventions (D43TW010128), and informal mentorship of trainee career advancement in psychological sciences. Following the fellowship, Dr. Cooper-Vince relocated to Switzerland with her family where she is completing a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowship at the Univeristy of Geneva.