Associate Professor, Clinical Psychologist, Director of the Child and Adolescent Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program (CHAAMP)
BA in Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
MA in Psychology from Arizona State University (ASU), PhD in Clinical Psychology from ASU
Clinical Internship at the Seattle VA Medical Center
Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Department of Pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
Dr. Roubinov is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UNC and the director of the Child and Adolescent Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program (CHAAMP). In her program of research, Dr. Roubinov conducts studies to understand how early experiences of stress and trauma shape children’s development and well-being, and the factors that can help promote positive adjustment even in the context of adversity. Her work spans multiple disciplines, exploring the role of risk and protective factors across biological, psychological, and sociocultural domains as they affect children’s trajectories of mental health. As the director of the Child and Adolescent Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program (CHAAMP) in the UNC Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Roubinov leads a basic and translational research to develop and disseminate interventions that prevent and treat mental health problems in youth.
Dr. Roubinov’s work is funded by federal, state, and private foundation grants, including the National Institute of Mental Health, California Governor’s Office, and Brain and Behavior Foundation. She has been recognized with early career research awards by the Association for Psychological Science and American Psychosomatic Society. In 2021, she was named a Azrieli Global Scholar in Child and Brain Development by the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR).