The Anomalous Mind

Episode #10: Caroline Figueroa

April 05, 2021 John T Maier Season 1 Episode 10
The Anomalous Mind
Episode #10: Caroline Figueroa
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The Anomalous Mind
Episode #10: Caroline Figueroa
Apr 05, 2021 Season 1 Episode 10
John T Maier

Dr. Caroline Figueroa is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare and She holds an MD and an PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Amsterdam, and is currently a Postdoctoral Scholar at the UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare and a Senior Data Science Fellow at Berkeley's D-Lab. Her current work focuses on digital interventions for mental health, with a special focus on interventions for underserved populations.

About Caroline Figueroa:

Profile at D-Lab: dlab.berkeley.edu/people/caroline-figueroa
Google Scholar profile: scholar.google.com/citations?user=15X-lnoAAAAJ
On Medium: https://medium.com/@c.a.figueroa
On Twitter: https://twitter.com/line_figueroa

Interventions and publications discussed in this episode:

The Stay Well at Home Project
Site at Digital Health Equity and Access Lab

The need for a mental health technology revolution in the COVID-19 pandemic
CA Figueroa, A Aguilera

Adaptive learning algorithms to optimize mobile applications for behavioral health: guidelines for design decisions
CA Figueroa, A Aguilera, B Chakraborty, A Modiri, J Aggarwal, N Deliu, U Sarkar, JJ Williams, CR Lyles

Use of digital mental health for marginalized and underserved populations
SM Schueller, JF Hunter, C Figueroa, A Aguilera

Who benefits most from adding technology to depression treatment and how? An analysis of engagement with a texting adjunct for psychotherapy
CA Figueroa, O DeMasi, R Hernandez-Ramos, A Aguilera

About John Maier:
http://www.jmaier.net/about-me/

Contact The Anomalous Mind:
Email: theanomalousmind@gmail.com
Twitter: @ItsAnomalous









Show Notes

Dr. Caroline Figueroa is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare and She holds an MD and an PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Amsterdam, and is currently a Postdoctoral Scholar at the UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare and a Senior Data Science Fellow at Berkeley's D-Lab. Her current work focuses on digital interventions for mental health, with a special focus on interventions for underserved populations.

About Caroline Figueroa:

Profile at D-Lab: dlab.berkeley.edu/people/caroline-figueroa
Google Scholar profile: scholar.google.com/citations?user=15X-lnoAAAAJ
On Medium: https://medium.com/@c.a.figueroa
On Twitter: https://twitter.com/line_figueroa

Interventions and publications discussed in this episode:

The Stay Well at Home Project
Site at Digital Health Equity and Access Lab

The need for a mental health technology revolution in the COVID-19 pandemic
CA Figueroa, A Aguilera

Adaptive learning algorithms to optimize mobile applications for behavioral health: guidelines for design decisions
CA Figueroa, A Aguilera, B Chakraborty, A Modiri, J Aggarwal, N Deliu, U Sarkar, JJ Williams, CR Lyles

Use of digital mental health for marginalized and underserved populations
SM Schueller, JF Hunter, C Figueroa, A Aguilera

Who benefits most from adding technology to depression treatment and how? An analysis of engagement with a texting adjunct for psychotherapy
CA Figueroa, O DeMasi, R Hernandez-Ramos, A Aguilera

About John Maier:
http://www.jmaier.net/about-me/

Contact The Anomalous Mind:
Email: theanomalousmind@gmail.com
Twitter: @ItsAnomalous