2014-2015 Research for Health in Humanitarian Settings (R2HC). Save the Children & Wellcome Trust. ($463,356). Measuring the health and well-being impacts of a scalable program of psychosocial intervention for Syrian refugee youth in Jordan. Panter-Brick, Catherine, Ager, Alastair, Eggerman, Mark (co-PIs).
Catherine Panter-Brick, MA, MSc, D.Phil, is a medical anthropologist, trained in human biology and the social sciences. She directs the Program on Conflict, Resilience, and Health at the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies, and the Anthropology Program on Stress and Family Resilience. She is also the Senior Editor (Medical Anthropology) of the interdisciplinary journal Social Science & Medicine. Panter-Brick holds a joint appointment in the Department of Anthropology and the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, and a secondary appointment at the School of Public Health. She actively serves on the Steering Committee of the Yale Women’s Faculty Forum (WFF) and the Global Health Initiative (GHI). Prior to coming to Yale, she was a Professor of Anthropology at Durham University and a Fellow at St Hugh’s College, Oxford University.