Grant N. Marshall

Senior Behavioral Scientist
Santa Monica Office


Ph.D. in clinical psychology, University of California, Los Angeles; B.A., Amherst College

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Grant N. Marshall is a senior behavioral scientist at the RAND Corporation. His primary research interests concern the epidemiology and treatment of mental health problems. His research has focused on mental health following exposure to traumatic life events including sudden physical injury (e.g., vehicular collision), natural disaster, military combat, and refugee trauma. Marshall has led many research projects and has received grants from the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, and the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities. Marshall received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Previous Positions

Research psychologist, Department of Stress Medicine, Naval Health Research Center

Recent Projects

  • Intervention to reduce risk for PTSD in trauma survivors
  • Longitudinal study of factors underlying ethnic/racial differences in chronic pain following injury
  • Brief online intervention to reduce heavy alcohol use among young adult veterans
  • Targeted psychoeducation for at-risk trauma survivors

Selected Publications

Grant N. Marshall et al., "Rates and Correlates of Seeking Mental Health Services Among Cambodian Refugees," American Journal of Public Health, 96(10), 2006

G. N. Marshall et al., "Mental Health of Cambodian Refugees 2 Decades After Resettlement in the United States," Journal of the American Medical Association, 295(5), 2005

N. R. Rayburn et al., "Trauma, Depression, Coping, and Mental Health Service Seeking Among Impoverished Women," Journal of Consulting Clinical Psychology, 73(4), 2005

L. H. Jaycox et al., "Use of Mental Health Services by Men Injured Through Community Violence," Psychiatric Services, 55(4), 2004

Recent Media Appearances

Interviews: Associated Press; Los Angeles Times; NPR; Voice of America