Deidre Anglin, PhD is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychology and in the Doctoral Clinical Program at The City College of New York (CCNY). She received her postdoctoral research training in psychiatric epidemiology at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Dr. Anglin’s research program and scholarship is informed by the unique integration of a multicultural psychology perspective with a specialized research background in public health. Generally, her work has focused on reducing mental health racial disparities and studying the social epidemiology of psychosis. Dr. Anglin is the lead investigator of a study funded by Columbia University’s Center for Excellence and Cultural Competence, Office of Mental Health, to study social and cultural determinants of psychosis risk. Her work aims to elucidate how social stressors such as racial discrimination contribute to mental illness burden in Black populations and other underserved communities. Dr. Anglin has several first-author publications in well-recognized journals such as Schizophrenia Research and Psychiatric Services and has presented her work all over the country.