Archive Tag: Social Justice & Inclusion

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Lanser is already well acquainted with the research and service arms of the Depression Grand Challenge as a former postdoctoral research fellow and previously as a graduate student researcher with various STAND research and clinical programs.

The UCLA Depression Grand Challenge appoints clinical psychologist Isabelle Lanser as the inaugural social justice policy analyst to advance the program’s commitment to justice, equity and inclusion. In this role, Lanser will serve as an internal advocate to help ensure that the program’s research and actions promote awareness and understanding for all population groups, being mindful of existing biases based on race, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation and religion.

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