Rogerio Pinto, PhD, L.C.S.W.

Associate Professor, University of Michigan School of Social Work

Phone: (734) 763-2041

Rogerio Pinto, PhD, L.C.S.W.,  is a Brazilian-born psychiatric social work researcher with more than a decade of clinical and community practice. He is an expert in Community Based Participatory Research and mixed-method research. He is the Principal Investigator on a NIMH K01 Career Development Award (2007-12) and NIMH R01 (2012-17). In the United States, Brazil and Spain, Dr. Pinto examines how transdisciplinary collaboration and practitioners’ involvement in research improves delivery of evidence-based services. He also studies factors that influence ethnic and sexual minority women's involvement in research and health care. His current R01 studies interagency collaboration among some 300 providers from 30 service agencies in New York City. Dr. Pinto is a scientific reviewer for NIH and Brazil’s Ministry of Health and Associate Editor for the Journal of Mixed Method Research. He received the Society for Social Work and Research 2004 Outstanding Dissertation Award and the 2010 Deborah Padgett Early Career Achievement Award. In 2013, he received the Graduate Student Faculty Mentoring Award from Columbia University.


Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
BS - 1986 - Biological Science

Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University, New York, New York
MSW - 1997 - Social Work

Columbia University
MP - 2002 - Philosophy
PhD - 2003 - Social Work