Welcome to Priyam Joshi from Georgia State University

We are pleased to welcome Priyam Joshi as a summer fellow. Priyam earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Public Health with a specialization in epidemiology from Georgia State University. She is passionate about enhancing the accessibility, effectiveness, scalability, and cultural responsiveness of digital health interventions. Her research has included work on mental health issues such as social anxiety, hoarding disorder, and psychosexual health, with her master’s thesis focusing on the social dynamics of online health information.

Priyam’s professional background includes roles at two digital health startups, having contributed to the Clinical Platform Intelligence team at Twill Health and the Health Research team at Zeera (formerly known as Real). Additionally, she has honed her program evaluation skills through her work at Lumen Guidance and Consultation. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in Community Psychology at Georgia State University, where she continues her work at the intersection of public health, community psychology, and technology.

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