Researchers' Profiles

Anne Lee, M.S.W.

Project Director/Researcher

Anne Lee received her MSW at Smith College School for Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts at Wesleyan University. At UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs, she serves as Evaluation Director for SAMHSA/CSAT-funded programs. She is Project Director and therapist for studies of aftercare for people with co-occurring substance abuse and mental disorders. Ms. Lee also provides Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment services for ISAPs SBIRT studies. Prior to joining ISAP, she served at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute as Project Director for The TORDIA project (Treatment of Resistant Depression in Adolescents), a multi-site study of drug and talk therapy treatment regimen for severely depressed adolescents. Before coming to UCLA, she served at Harvard Medical School as Project Director and Clinical Interviewer for The Family Pathways Project, a multigenerational longitudinal study of high-risk parent-child attachment. Prior to her work in research, she provided clinical social work in emergency psychiatric clinics, inpatient acute child and adult psychiatric settings, long-term residential psychiatric treatment settings, day hospitals, and schools.

  • Wesleyan, B.A.
  • Smith College School for Social Work, M.S.W.