Julian Cohen-Serrins is a Graduate Research Assistant at the Office of Work Life. His role focuses on refining and developing the office’s research and evaluation functions with specific attention to the organizational components of workplace well-being at NYU. Julian is also a PhD candidate at NYU’s Silver School of Social Work and a licensed clinical social worker. His research is located within the fields of micro-organizational behavior and occupational social work. Julian’s current research focuses on burnout, organizational justice, shared trauma, and implementation science.
Prior to joining NYU, Julian had worked in a range of mental health and social service settings in roles that included organizational development, supervision/management, and clinical social work. This included helping to establish Philadelphia’s only co-occurring partial hospitalization program for Medicaid funded adults and working on a CDC funded pilot project to holistically increase access to PrEP and social services for the local LGBTQ community. Julian received his MSW at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy and Practice.