Dana Seag, B.A.
IDEAS Center Research Associate, NYU Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Dana Seag graduated from the CUNY Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and minor in human rights. Her undergraduate years included research and advocacy in child development, disability rights, and integrated mental health care. In 2017, she joined the IDEAS Center to assist with the P50 grant submission, and she has since worked on a number of IDEAS research and evaluation projects, including EBTDC, Reining in Anxiety, and the NCINQ projects on Safe & Judicious Use of Antipsychotic Medications for Children and Depression Management for Adolescents. Thrilled to be a part of the IDEAS P50 Center, Dana supports Research Project 2, which aims to evaluate the use of the K-CAT in pediatric emergency departments. She aims to continue to research and advocate for equitable, quality healthcare through a career in medicine and is currently completing a post-baccalaureate certificate in pre-medical studies