Principal Investigator & Research Lead

Dr. Janet Mah is a clinical child psychologist and research lead of the Provincial ADHD Program of BC Children’s Hospital, and is a clinical faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia. Her clinical and translational research focuses on innovative psychosocial interventions for ADHD, social-cognitions related to engagement and adherence, and mental health literacy and stigma among cultural groups.

Clinical Collaborators

The Provincial ADHD Program is an interdisciplinary team of psychologists, psychiatrists, an occupational therapist, and a clinical nurse practitioner.

ADHD Clinical Research Program Team
The ADHD Clinical Research Program Team

Research Assistants & Trainees

Research Assistants
Current: Dana Cochrane, Laurissa Wilson, Wendy Li

Research Trainees
Mary Jia, UBC Clinical Psychology - supervised by Dr. A. Mikami, Dissertation topic: Risk and protective factors associated with social competence in children with ADHD

Alumni Trainees
June 2015 - Johnny Wong, UBC FoM SSRP, Project Title: ALERT program for self-regulation for kids with ADHD and sensory processing difficulties

Opportunities to Join Our Team

Undergraduate or graduate students with strong research experience are welcome to discuss opportunities for directed studies, Work Learn positions, or summer research projects under the supervision of 
Dr. Janet Mah. 

If interested, send cover letter, CV, and unofficial transcript to jmah@bcchr.ca.