Jacob Kraemer Tebes is Professor of Psychiatry (Psychology) and in the Child Study Center, Yale School of Medicine, and Professor of Epidemiology (Social and Behavioral Sciences), Yale School of Public Health. He is also Director of the Division of Prevention and Community Research in the Department of Psychiatry, Executive Director of The Consultation Center, and Chief Psychologist at the Connecticut Mental Health Center. He received his B.S. in Psychology from Georgetown University and his Ph.D. in Clinical/Community Psychology from the State University of New York at Buffalo. After completing a doctoral fellowship at Yale, he joined the faculty in the Department of Psychiatry. His professional activities include research, service, teaching, and administration, much of it centered on issues related to equity and social justice. His scholarship focuses on the promotion of resilience in at risk populations; the prevention of adolescent substance use; the integration of cultural approaches into practice, research, and policy; philosophy of science and its implications for community research methodology; and interdisciplinary team science. He also consults to public agencies, schools, and community-based organizations on the development, implementation, and evaluation of community-based programs and services, and on the use of evaluation data to inform practice, organizational performance, and policy. Dr. Tebes teaches or has taught postdoctoral and doctoral fellows in community and clinical psychology and in prevention science, on such topics as: prevention research methods, models of prevention, human diversity in clinical/community practice, clinical methods of child intervention, and professional development. He currently serves as the Program Director of a NIDA T32 postdoctoral research training program in substance abuse prevention, and previously served on the leadership team of Yale education/training programs in interdisciplinary team science for faculty and postdoctoral fellows.