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Georgina Gross, PhD

Associate Research Scientist in Psychiatry

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Georgina Gross, PhD


Dr. Gross received their PhD in clinical psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, after completing predoctoral internship at the Durham VA Medical Center. Dr. Gross is currently a psychologist in PTSD Program Evaluation at the Northeast Program Evaluation Center (NEPEC), VA Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention (10NC5), Veterans Affairs Central Office. Current program of research examines military sexual trauma and associated mental health outcomes such as PTSD, suicidal ideation/behavior, self-directed violence, and depression. Program evaluation projects include examinations of patterns of mental health treatment utilization for Veterans diagnosed with PTSD, such as factors associated with treatment initiation, engagement, drop out, and long term outcomes of treatment. Finally, Dr. Gross' work has a particular focus on the mental health of women Veterans and LGBTQ Veterans.

Education & Training

  • PhD
    University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Clinical Psychology (2017)
  • MA
    University of North Carolina at Greensboro, General Experimental Psychology (2014)
  • MS
    Loyola University Maryland, Clinical Psychology (2010)
  • BS
    Mount St. Mary's University, Psychology (2007)