- Research Program Mentor
medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, social determinants of health, health equity, first-generation student outcomes in graduate school, first episode psychosis, mental illness
Differential outcomes of first psychosis based on income levels
This would be a retrospective study examining the outcomes of first psychosis episodes based on income levels of the patients. My hypothesis is that due to both better resources (income, health insurance, better familial and social supports, etc.) of higher income patients, their first psychotic episodes would lead to better resolution and better life outcomes than patients from lower socioeconomic statuses.