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Dr. Danielle Ramo

Senior Director of Research
Dr. Danielle Ramo is Senior Director of Research at Hopelab, where she helps to oversee the design and implementation of research efforts across Hopelab’s projects. Danielle is also an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Weill Institute for Neurosciences at UC San Francisco and a licensed psychologist. Dr. Ramo came to Hopelab in 2018 after six years on the faculty at UCSF, where she led a research program at the intersection of substance use and digital mental health. She has led multiple clinical trials testing the efficacy of a social media-based intervention to reduce substance use, and studies examining the toxicology of teen vaping, cannabis use in a changing policy landscape, and how substance use is shared on social media. She has published over 85 peer-reviewed publications and multiple book chapters on substance use, mental health, and technology, and received grants from the National Institutes of Health and the California Tobacco-Related Diseases Research Program. Dr. Ramo has written opinion pieces for outlets including Scientific American, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Thrive Global, and regularly speaks to teens, parents, and the media about mental health and substance use in young people in the digital age. Read more on her Psychology Today blog From Z to Alpha and on Twitter at @danielleramo.
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