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Emily Satinsky, MSc
Faculty Research Assistant

Emily Satinsky is the faculty research assistant and lab manager at GMAP. She is working on Project Khanya in South Africa, Project Peer Act!vate in Baltimore, and a systematic review on peer-delivered interventions for substance use in low- and middle-income countries. Previously, Emily worked at the Mental Health Foundation in London conducting research and developing peer-focused prevention programming for populations at risk of mental ill-health. Emily is passionate about improving access to mental health care locally and globally. She has conducted past research on psychosocial support services for children and adolescents and for refugees and asylum seekers.

Education:

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
King's College London Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience

MSc Global Mental Health

Cornell University
BS Biology and Society, Minor in Anthropology

Contact: esatinsk@umd.edu