OUR RESEARCH TEAM
ANNE SAW, PHD
Associate Professor, Dept. of Psychology
Dr. Saw is the lead for this project. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Asian American Psychological Association. Dr. Saw is an associate professor of Clinical-Community Psychology at DePaul University. She conducts community engaged, participatory research with Asian American immigrant and refugee populations to promote health and mental health through culturally responsive interventions. Her research is focused at the intersection of health and mental health, and she is particularly interested in how structural, community, and sociocultural factors shape coping and health behaviors and how we can design and adapt behavioral health interventions to improve health and mental health outcomes for Asian American communities. In 2017, Dr. Saw was awarded an Early Career Research Award from Asian American Psychological Association for distinguished contributions to the field of Asian American psychology.
This project is also supported the Chicago Asian American Psychology Lab which includes the following members: Shreya Aragula, Wendy de los Reyes, Noor Hasan, Michael Huynh, Mae Jiang, Rebecca McGarity Palmer, Samantha Nau, Afshan Rehman, Sabrina Salvador, and Fiona Sun
Funding for our project comes from various philanthropic foundations.