Suzanne Garverich received her B.A. in Sociology at Tufts University. Her experience is in Mental Health Research and Research Ethics. She has worked on SAMHSA, NIH, and NIMH funded studies for the past 10 years. Her areas of interest are in research using a mixed methods approach as well as research dedicated to improving mental health services.
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