Kevin P. Mulvey
Kevin P. Mulvey holds an M.S. degree. Since 1984, Dr. Mulvey has contributed significantly to the field of substance abuse treatment and recovery. His undergraduate honors thesis was a case study of treatment and rehabilitation of alcoholics. His M.S. degree thesis was a study of homelessness due to alcoholism, while his dissertation in 1993 was an evaluation of indicators for change in homeless substance abusers. Dr. Mulvey subsequently spent 5 years as a Senior Research Associate at the Urban Health Institute for Health Policy and Research in Boston. Dr. Mulvey came to Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, SAMHSA, in 1998 as a Social Science Analyst, and as a Lead Social Science Analyst in the Division of Services Improvement, he managed the TIPs evaluation project, the perinatal methamphetamine study, and the GPRA implementation program. In 2005, Dr. Mulvey joined the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, SAMHSA, as a Chief, Performance and Technical Assistance Branch, where he coordinated and promoted the adoption of evidence-based practices in state and community prevention systems. Dr. Mulvey also has experience working in Vietnam since 2007. Initially, Dr. Mulvey worked as a Senior Technical Advisor for South East Asia at Family Health International (FHAI) in Bangkok and Hanoi. Subsequently, he joined the Vietnam PEPFAR Team in Hanoi as the substance abuse treatment expert. The substance abuse treatment special expert is responsible for liaising with donors, partners, and Ministries of Health (MOH) and Labor, Invalids, and Social Affairs (MOLISA) officials and identification and resolution of issues affecting overall program performance.
Biography Updated on 13 February 2012