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Gonzalo Martinez-Ales, M.D.

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Columbia University, U.S.PhD09/2022Epidemiology
Columbia University, U.S.MPhil05/2021Epidemiology
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, SpainPhD05/2020Psychiatry
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, SpainMSc09/2016Epidemiology
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, SpainMD05/2013Medicine

Gonzalo Martinez-Ales is a psychiatrist-epidemiologist trained in Spain and the United States. His work focuses on the causes and outcomes of schizophrenia and suicidal behaviors. He obtained MD, MSc in epidemiology, and PhD in psychiatry degrees from Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and worked as a psychiatry resident and consultant at Hospital Universitario La Paz, where he remains a research affiliate. Between 2017-2021, he collaborated with the Psychiatric Epidemiology Unit at Columbia University, where he received MPhil and PhD degrees in epidemiology. He has also served as field epidemiologist in Matagalpa, Nicaragua, and as NIH-Fogarty Scholar in the Department of Epidemiology of the University of Michigan. At Harvard, he is part of the CAUSALab.

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