Jessica Jeffrey MD, MBA, MPH ’04 (Maternal & Child Health) recently became a health sciences assistant professor in child and adolescent psychiatry at UCLA. Jeffrey graduated from the UCLA child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship program in June 2014. Her interests include systems of care, quality improvement and family resilience. She has been exploring models of behavioral health care delivery within primary care and community settings with aims to increase access to high quality behavioral health services. Currently, she provides child psychiatric services within a primary care setting. Jeffrey is interested in parent-child attachment and enhancement of family outcomes for those families struggling with parental depression.