Philip Cheng, Phd – Henry Ford Health System

/Philip Cheng, Phd – Henry Ford Health System

Philip Cheng, Phd – Henry Ford Health System

Philip Cheng, PhD is an Assistant Scientist at the Henry Ford Health System. Dr. Cheng is a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in sleep and circadian medicine. His program of research examines the biopsychosocial dimensions of sleep and circadian disorders (e.g., insomnia, shift work disorder), with a focus on translation science that produces feasible and widely accessible interventions. Dr. Cheng is currently funded by the NIH to further characterize pathophysiological phenotypes of shift work disorder.
Dr. Cheng has been involved with NRMN since 2014 and is experienced in facilitating research mentor training and mentee training nationally, via both the synchronous online environment as well as in-person workshops. Dr. Cheng also has specific interests in promoting culturally aware and culturally responsive mentoring through an experientially-based curriculum, and has curricular expertise in the Culturally Aware Mentoring module offered through NRMN. He is also developing curriculum that targets issues specific to the LGBT+ communities. His style and philosophy of social justice education draws from a dialogue-based approach, cultivated through his experiences with a University of Michigan program on intergroup relations. Dr. Cheng received his Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience, and his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Michigan.

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