Dr. Quyen Epstein-Ngo is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine’s Injury Center at the University of Michigan. She is a fully-licensed Clinical Psychologist with expertise in substance use, violence and trauma, contemplative practice, and technology-assisted psychological interventions. Dr. Epstein-Ngo's current research includes a career development award from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Through this award, Dr. Epstein-Ngo is developing technology-enhanced interventions to reduce co-occurring alcohol use and violence perpetration among youth. Dr. Epstein-Ngo is also examining 1) youth sexual violence through an R03 grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and 2) social media and sexual violence through pilot funds from the University of Michigan Injury Center. Her work is focused on strengths-based approaches for at-risk youth and leveraging technology for increased intervention efficiency, efficacy, and availability. Dr. Epstein-Ngo is committed to supporting at-risk youth in thriving in the face of adversity. She has disseminated her research work in scientific publications across various journals, conferences, workshops and book chapters.