Dr. Burdzovic Andreas' main interests are in the broad area of developmental psychopathology, and in the specific processes of developmental risk, resilience, and protective factors. While traditional research primarily has explored the question of "why" children develop behavioral and mental health problems, Dr. Burdzovic Andreas has primarily been attracted to the question of why many of them do not show negative outcomes, even when there are many reasons we would expect them to.
Dr. Jasmina Burdzovic Andreas received her BS with Honors in Human Development and Family Studies from Cornell University in 1997 and her PhD in Developmental and Social Psychology from Brandeis University in 2003. She subsequently spent two years as an NRSA post-doctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School (Clinical Research Training Program, Institutional T32 MH16259-21), where she trained in Harvard's Families and Addiction Program (HFAP) under the mentorship of its founder and director, Dr. Timothy J. O'Farrell. She is currently a recipient of a K01 award from NIDA and holds an Assistant Professor (Research) appointment in the Department of Community Health at Brown University.
JASMINA BURDZOVIC ANDREAS, PhD
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