Juliette McClendon, Ph.D.
Dr. McClendon is the Director of Medical Affairs at Big Health. She is a clinical psychologist by training; her work emphasizes evidence-based practice, culturally responsive care, and mental health equity. She received her PhD in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis and a BA in Psychology from Harvard University. She completed her post-doctoral training at VA Boston as an Advanced Women’s Health Fellow. Dr. McClendon studies the impact of stress on racial/ethnic disparities in health. Dr. McClendon has over a dozen peer-reviewed research articles focusing on the impact of stress on health disparities, the impact of racism and discrimination on mental health, and identifying intervention approaches that can mitigate the impact of racism and discrimination on health.