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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Sarah Ketchen Lipson, PhD, EdM is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Law Policy and Management at the Boston University School of Public Health. She is co-Principal Investigator of the Healthy Minds Study and Associate Director of the Healthy Minds Network. Dr. Lipson's research focuses on understanding and addressing mental health inequalities in adolescent and young adult populations, especially college students. She employs varied methodologies, including large-scale epidemiological surveys and population-level interventions. Her work has been featured in the Boston Globe, New York Times, Huffington Post, and on NPR. Dr. Lipson teaches Research Theory and Design and Applied Studies in Health Services Research, and is faculty director of the Master's of Science in Health Services and Systems Research at BUSPH. Dr. Lipson completed a dual PhD at University of Michigan in Health Services Organization and Policy at the School of Public Health and Higher Education at the School of Education, where she was awarded best dissertation of the year. She holds a master’s from Harvard University and was a Fulbright scholar. She received her bachelor’s degree from Tufts University where she graduated with honors.
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Academic Article Social Media and Mental Health in Adolescent and Young Adult Populations.
Academic Article Gender Differences in the Relationships Among Major Depressive Disorder, Heavy Alcohol Use, and Mental Health Treatment Engagement Among College Students.
Academic Article Mental health among late adolescents and young adults from a population-level and clinical perspective.
Academic Article Gatekeeper training and access to mental health care at universities and colleges.
Academic Article A comprehensive review of mental health gatekeeper-trainings for adolescents and young adults.
Academic Article Mental health and academic attitudes and expectations in university populations: results from the healthy minds study.
Academic Article Do resident advisors serve as mental health gatekeepers?: evidence from a natural experiment on college campuses
Academic Article New Directions in College Student Mental Health
Academic Article Major differences: variations in student mental health and service utilization across academic disciplines
Academic Article Developing Mental Health in Emerging Adulthood
Academic Article Too distressed to learn?: a survey study of mental health at 10 U.S. community colleges
Academic Article Mental health apps in a college setting: openness, usage, and attitudes.
Academic Article Be True to Our Schools-Models of Care in College Mental Health.
Academic Article Mental Health Disparities Among College Students of Color.
Academic Article Increased Rates of Mental Health Service Utilization by U.S. College Students: 10-Year Population-Level Trends (2007-2017).
Academic Article Promoting Behavioral Health and Reducing Risk among College Students: A Comprehensive Approach
Academic Article Technology and College Student Mental Health: Challenges and Opportunities.
Academic Article Gender Minority Mental Health in the U.S.: Results of a National Survey on College Campuses.
Academic Article Muslim Young Adult Mental Health and the 2016 US Presidential Election.
Grant Harnessing Mobile Technology to Reduce Mental Health Disorders in College Populations
Academic Article Help-seeking for mental health services in Asian American college students: an exploratory qualitative study.

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