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Rogério Meireles Pinto

Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Social Work

Rogério Meireles Pinto
Dr. Pinto is a Brazilian-born psychiatric social work researcher with more than a decade of clinical and community practice. He is an expert in Community Based Participatory Research and mixed-method research. He is the Principal Investigator on a NIMH K01 Career Development Award (2007-12) and NIMH R01 (2012-17). In the United States, Brazil and Spain, Dr. Pinto examines how transdisciplinary collaboration and practitioners’ involvement in research improves delivery of evidence-based services. He also studies factors that influence ethnic and sexual minority women's involvement in research and health care. His current R01 studies interagency collaboration among some 300 providers from 30 service agencies in New York City. Dr. Pinto is a scientific reviewer for NIH and Brazil’s Ministry of Health and Associate Editor for the Journal of Mixed Method Research. He received the Society for Social Work and Research 2004 Outstanding Dissertation Award and the 2010 Deborah Padgett Early Career Achievement Award. In 2013, he received the Graduate Student Faculty Mentoring Award from Columbia University.

Research Interests/Focus

Implementation Science; HIV prevention; Oppressed Groups; Practitioners; International Research


Year Degree   School
2003 PhD Social Work Columbia University, New York, NY
2002 MP Philosophy Columbia University, New York, NY
1997 MSW Social Work Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University, New York, New York
1986 BS Biological Science Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil


Project ICI
Interprofessional Collaboration Lab

Fall 2019

Course Catalog

Share, Explore, Engage, Discover (SEED) Mini-course SW510

Instructors: Ashley Lacombe-Duncan, Rogério Meireles Pinto
Topic: LGBTQ Individuals and Communities: Education, Engagement and Empowerment
Time: Tuesday August 27 1-5 pm, Wednesday August 28 8:30am-12pm, Thursday August 29 8:30am-2pm
Location: 2629 SSWB
Credits: 1 Credit Hours

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