researcherstaffcare-research-centerfemaleno/assets/MGH/images/research/division-clinical-research/care/PhamTiffany120.jpgHeadshot of Tiffany PhamTiffanyPham/sites/MGH/research/division-clinical-research/centers-units-and-faculty/care/tiffany-pham.pageResearch Program Coordinator
Tiffany Pham is a research program coordinator with the CARE Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital. She graduated from Princeton University in 2020 with a degree in molecular biology and a background in neuroscience, global health, and health policy.
Tiffany’s research interests are grounded in understanding the mechanisms underlying mental health inequities, especially as they pertain to minority stress, trauma, intersectionality and acculturation. She is interested in improving the representation and inclusion of historically marginalized communities in mental health research, with Southeast Asian, immigrant, refugee and rural populations being among the many communities she holds close to her heart. Tiffany serves as the primary research coordinator for the CARE Research Center’s NIH-funded, Foundations of Representative Engagement, Valid & Effective Recruitment (FOREVER) in Alzheimer’s Disease Research project.