Kathleen M. Pike, PhD

Many Thanks to our 2019 Summer Interns

This summer, we have had thirteen interns working here in New York City with Columbia faculty and post-docs to advance mental health research, policy and advocacy.

To name just a few projects: Interns were engaged in developing e-learning training modules, researching mental health providers’ attitudes towards prescribing psychotropic medications, and coding qualitative interviews about interpersonal violence and mental health. They are the next generation of global mental health stewards, and they are already making a world of difference.

Meet Our 2019 Student Interns

Molly Fennig

Shakira Halloway

Claudonna Hewitt

Maya Jotwani

Aish Lovett

Sasha Mochida

Modupe Oluyemisi Olopade

Karolina Sadowska

Morgan Silverman

Matthew Tikhonovsky

Madeline Van Husen

Danielle Wolk

Jared Worwood

Many thanks to all of our 2019 Summer Interns for your passion and dedication to reducing mental illness and enhancing mental health at home and around the world! It was great having you with us this summer, and we wish you all the best.

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Kathleen M. Pike, PhD

Kathleen M. Pike, PhD is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Global Mental Health WHO Collaborating Centre at Columbia University.

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