Helene Chokron Garneau joined the Center for Behavioral Health Services and Implementation Science in 2019 as a Senior Research Scientist. Dr. Chokron Garneau has extensive research experience in public health and substance use, with an emphasis on co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders. Her current efforts at the CBHSIR focus on advancing implementation science by disentangling mechanisms through which implementation strategies operate. She is particularly interested in how to optimize and tailor implementation strategies and applying this knowledge to reduce disparities pertaining to health services for addiction treatment.
Dr. Chokron Garneau obtained both her PhD and MPH in Public Health from UCLA where she concurrently worked to assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of behavioral interventions for substance users with comorbid psychiatric diagnoses.
Current Role at Stanford
Senior Research Scientist