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Marcos Grados, MD, MPH — Contributing Investigator

Marcos Grados, MD, MPH, is Associate Professor in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Johns HopkinsSchool of Medicine.  He conducts research in genetic epidemiology and has a specific interest in Latino mental health.  Dr. Grados is involved in several diversity initiatives in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the University at large.  At the university-level, he serves on the Diversity Leadership Council (DLC) and chairs the subcommittee focusing on the University’s interface with surrounding communities.  At the School of Medicine, he co-chairs the Department of Psychiatry Diversity Committee with goals of 1) generating strategies to recruit and retain underrepresented minority faculty and staff; and 2) including underrepresented populations in research.  Dr. Grados also has a weekly clinic at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center for children’s mental health in Latino families.  He is the Center’s representative on the Department of Psychiatry’s Workgroup on Recruitment for Research Diversity (WORRD), which convenes monthly meetings of PIs, research staff, and faculty to discuss recruitment strategies or underrepresented minorities.  Along with Dr. Bowie, he is a principal resource for recruiting minority students and faculty to the Center’s activities, and advises on recruiting and retention of minority study participants.


Contact Information:
Marcos Grados, MD, MPH
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
600 North Wolfe Street, CMSC 346
Baltimore, MD 21287
Tel: 443-287-2291
Fax: 410-955-8691