Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
University of Washington
Mary works as a Research Coordinator in the mHealth for Early Psychosis Program. She manages the day-to-day operations of studies that develop and test mobile health interventions to reduce the duration of untreated psychosis. Two of these studies will produce scalable mobile applications that provide psycho-education, treatment information, symptom tracking and behavioral coaching to young adults experiencing psychosis and their caregivers. For studies in the Early Psychosis Program, Mary leads recruitment, facilitates patient engagement, maintains research databases, creates government reports, conducts study interviews, analyzes and codes study data, and helps resolve technical and retention issues as we work to build and test technologies to address treatment gaps of severe mental illness. Mary is humbled to contribute to facilitating access to treatment for underserved populations as a member of the mHealth Early Psychosis Program.
Mary holds a BA in History of Science, Medicine and Public Health. Outside of work, Mary enjoys hiking, cycling, gardening and yoga, and aspires to have a 1:4 ratio of actual baking to watching the Great British Baking Show.