Emily E. Haroz, PhD
My research focuses on mental health services for low-resource and underserved populations both globally and domestically. I specialize in Global Mental Health and American Indian Health behavioral and mental health services research through my joint appointments with Center for Humanitarian Health and the Center for American Indian Health. My training is in psychiatric epidemiologic methods, including a background in advanced measurement models using structural equation modeling and Item Response Theory approaches. I have a strong interest in implementation science, with a specific focus on the sustainability of mental health service programs in low resource contexts. I hope to apply innovative and rigorous mixed-methods, including systems science approaches to the complicated questions involved in this type of research.