Andrea Tone, Ph.D.
Kathryn Gill obtained her PhD in Psychology (1990) and conducted post-doctoral studies in Pharmacology at the Alcohol Research Centre (Supervisor: Dr. Dick Dietrich), and in Psychiatry at the Addiction Research and Treatment Services (Supervisor, Dr. Tom Crowley) at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Centre in Denver.
Nathalie Dinh, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice. She is a consultant to the Cultural Consultation Service at the Jewish General Hospital. Prior to establishing her private practice, she was Chief of Psychology at St. Mary's Hospital Centre, in Montreal, Canada. She received her training in psychology at McGill University and the University of Montreal.
Dr Young is Professor in the Departments of Social Studies of Medicine, Anthropology and Psychiatry. Dr Young received his graduate training at the University of Pennsylvania and has studied traditional medical practices in Ethiopia and Nepal and conducted ethnographic research on PTSD in a psychiatric inpatient unit for two years in the US. Dr Young's current research interests are:
Dr Latimer is Research Scientist at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute and Professor in the Department of Psychiatry. A health economist, his research interests focus on community-based supports for people with severe mental illness, particularly their economic aspects. He has also conducted research on the use of antipsychotic medications in Québec.