Ian M. Bennett, MD, PhD
Faculty, Methods Core
Professor, Departments of Family Medicine and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
Adjunct Professor Department of Global Health
Ian’s academic and clinical work has focused on delivering primary health services to vulnerable populations in the U.S. and developing countries around the world. He is currently the principal investigator of an NIH-funded trial of the implementation of collaborative care for perinatal depression in health centers, and he has been funded by Grand Challenges Canada to study health strategies to reach of pregnant women in the U.S., Nigeria, and Peru.
A significant amount of Ian’s work has explored how technology can be used to support evidence-based care models in primary care settings. As a family physician, he provides a full spectrum primary care that includes obstetric, family planning, pediatrics, and general adult health. Ian also has expertise in mental health, implementation science, strategies to support implementation and dissemination of evidence-based practices for behavioral health integration, and ways to enhance mental health services in primary care settings.