Aaron Johnson

Aaron Johnson

Fact Checker


Qualitative research design/methodology and public mental health


University of Texas, Dallas, The University of Edinburgh


I believe mental health can be addressed at scale, through innovative and creative approaches to research methodology, and through broad research literacy and engagement with the public.

— Aaron Johnson


Aaron Johnson has worked at the intersection of design and social research for the purpose of building better experiences. In collaboration with academic and private entities, he has worked to unearth insights from different groups, online communities, and the public. These insights have then been used to create interventions within local communities and on a national level.


Aaron received a Master of Science in Social Anthropology from The University of Edinburgh and a Bachelor's of Science in Healthcare Studies from The University of Texas at Dallas.

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