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Tony V Pham, MD, MScGH is a psychiatrist and Dupont Warren Fellow at the Center for Health Outcomes and Interdisciplinary Research (CHOIR) at Massachusetts General Hospital. Tony completed his undergraduate training at the University of Virginia where he majored in psychology and cognitive science. He volunteered extensively with Hurricane Katrina survivors and went on to pursue an MD at Tulane University. After medical school, Tony completed a psychiatry residency and a Master's in Global Health at Duke University. More recently, Tony completed a Harvard post-doctoral fellowship that examined the role of "culture as treatment" among American Indian communities. Tony has published on the subjects of resident well-being, disaster mental health, spirituality, chronic kidney, Nepali traditional healers, American Indian "culture as treatment," chronic pain, and health disparities. He is currently adapting mind-body interventions for the chronic health needs of older Black Americans living in the Greater Boston Area as part of his ongoing Dupont Warren Fellowship, a submitted NIA R25 proposal, and a submitted K23 proposal. His professional goal is to become an independent clinician-scientist who develops community-driven, culturally-tailored, meaning-focused interventions, provides clinical care, and mentors other clinical investigators.
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