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Research Associate
Fiona Grubin

Departmental Affiliations

Social and Behavioral Interventions

Fiona Grubin, MSPH ‘19, coordinates research and practice projects related to mental and behavioral health, health equity, suicide prevention, and Indigenous health.

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Research Interests

Indigenous Health; Health Equity; Community-Based Participatory Research; Mental health; Intervention Research; Suicide Prevention; Strengths-based
Experiences & Accomplishments
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of
Montana State University
As a research associate with the Center for American Indian Health I work on mental and behavioral health projects. I am interested in work that aims to reduce and eliminate health inequities, especially related to mental health. In my graduate studies I contributed to multiple research projects that focused on suicide prevention with Indigenous communities. I completed my BS in applied psychology at Montana State University and my MSPH in social and behavioral interventions at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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Most recent publications
  • Haroz, E. E., Grubin, F., Goklish, N., Pioche, S., Cwik, M., Barlow, A., Waugh, E., Usher, J., Lenert, M. C., & Walsh, C. G. (2021). Designing a Clinical Decision Support Tool That Leverages Machine Learning for Suicide Risk Prediction: Development Study in Partnership With Native American Care Providers. JMIR public health and surveillance, 7(9), e24377.
  • Skewes, M. C., Gameon, J. A., Grubin, F., DeCou, C. R., & Whitcomb, L. (in press). Beliefs about causal factors for suicide in rural Alaska Native communities and recommendations for prevention. Transcultural Psychiatry.
  • Counts, C. J., Grubin, F. C., & John-Henderson, N. A. (2018). Childhood socioeconomic status and risk in early family environments: Predictors of global sleep quality in college students. Sleep Health: Journal of the National Sleep Foundation, 4(3), 301-306. doi: