Suzanne Garverich received her B.A. in Sociology from 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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