Maeve Salm

Clinical Research Coordinator, Duke Center for Global Mental Health

Maeve Salm

Contact

maeve.salm@duke.edu

Trent Hall, 334B

Maeve Salm

Clinical Research Coordinator, Duke Center for Global Mental Health

Maeve Salm (she/her) is a Clinical Research Coordinator for The Duke Center for Global Mental Health. She facilitates the development and operations of the Center, leads the adaptation of a family-based mental health intervention, Coping Together, for Latinx families, and supports global mental health training and equity grants along with other mental health research initiatives.

Maeve graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a B.S. in Biochemistry and a minor in Spanish, and she completed her MSc in Global Health at Duke University. During her time at Duke, she worked as a Teaching Assistant and a Research Assistant for faculty at DGHI, and she helped lead the Decolonize, Dismantle, and Redesign student working group. Her thesis research focused on knowledge, attitudes, experiences, and barriers to preferred contraceptive use among young women living with HIV in Moshi, Tanzania. Maeveā€™s passions revolve around community-engaged mechanisms to advance health equity, fostering youth agency in clinical and community health spaces, mental health, and sexual and reproductive health and rights.