On October 22nd, the Council for the Advancement of Global Mental Health Research held a fall coffee event for new and potential members to learn more about Columbia’s Global Mental Health work. In addition to networking, Dr. Kathleen Pike interviewed Dr. Tahilia Rebello about her experience in the New York State Office of Mental Health Policy Fellowship and the importance of pilot funding for young investigators in global mental health.
The Council for the Advancement of Global Mental Health Research is a philanthropic community initiative engaged in mental health research at Columbia University by funding the Small Grants Program, pilot grants to support new ideas and new investigators in global mental health. Each Council member contributes$1,000 for yearly membership. For more information about membership in the Council for the Advancement of Global Mental Health Research, please email [email protected].