Megan Ramaiya


Megan is a doctoral student in the Department of Clinical Psychology. She works at the intersections between Global Mental Health and Clinical Psychology, and her research centers around culturally adapted behavioral interventions in low- and middle-income settings. Much of her work takes place in Nepal, for which she recently received a travel fellowship from the Department of Global Health to continue work on her project “Development of a Culturally Adapted Suicide Prevention Intervention”.