Alize Ferrari

Alize Ferrari has led various programs of work within the fields of psychiatric epidemiology and burden of disease. She is a research fellow within the policy and epidemiology team at the Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research. Additionally, she is an affiliate assistant professor of health metrics sciences at the University of Washington, and holds a National Health and Medical Research Council early career fellowship at the University of Queensland School of Public Health in the field of indigenous psychiatric epidemiology and burden of disease. Ferrari is also the mental disorders team lead within the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study, which is coordinated by the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. As such, she oversees the team responsible for the GBD study's mental disorder outputs.


The Seismic Shift in Mental Health Care Since COVID-19

Isolation, job loss, and gender based violence contributed to the uptick in people living with anxiety and depression


Women and Suicide During COVID-19

In some countries, suicide among females has increased as the pandemic wears on


The Thousand and One Natural Shocks of COVID-19

Assessing psychological impacts of coronavirus—the second in a two-part series on the mental health burden of COVID-19


The Thousand Natural Shocks of COVID-19

Assessing the psychological impacts of coronavirus—first in a two-part series on COVID-19 and its mental health burden