Full Name
Deidre Anglin
City College of New York
Speaker Bio
Deidre M. Anglin, PhD is an Associate Professor of Psychology in the Doctoral Clinical Psychology Program at The City College of the City University of New York (CUNY) with postdoctoral research training in psychiatric epidemiology at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Dr. Anglin leads several projects and mentors students in her lab designed to identify social determinants of psychosis risk in racial and ethnic minoritized populations. She has published over 55 peer-reviewed papers focused on race, racism, and psychosis and the stigma of mental health service utilization in ethnoracial minoritized populations. She is currently the lead investigator of 3 federally-funded studies, one of which examines anti-Black racism and neighborhood factors among Black young people with a first episode of psychosis and co-leading a BRESI project with Dr. Karla Fuller in Bioinformatics. She is on the academic advisory board of the Lancet Psychiatry Commission on Psychoses in Global Context.