Eve Carlson is a Clinical Professor who focuses on fostering mental health after traumatic stress. She is a clinical psychologist and a researcher with the of the National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder?s Dissemination and Training Division. She collaborates with faculty in Surgery (David Spain), Medicine (Lisa Shieh), and Psychiatry (Jose Maldonado) to study screening for risk of mental health problems and preventive mental health care for patients hospitalized after sudden, severe illness or injury. She is Co-PI with Dr. Spain of a study funded by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities. The study aims to develop and validate a measure of risk for mental health problems following sudden, severe illness or injury that is accurate for all patients of all races and ethnicities. She is Co-PI with Dr. Shieh of a study funded by Stanford RISE of mental health recovery in English and Spanish-speaking COVID-19 patients.
Clinical Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences