2009 - Ph.D., Clinical Psychology and Biological and Health Psychology; University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (APA Accredited)
2009 - Clinical Psychology Internship; Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, Pittsburgh, PA, USA (APA Accredited)
2005 - M.S., Clinical Psychology and Biological and Health Psychology; University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (APA Accredited)
2000 - B.A., Honours in Psychology; McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA
Deborah Scharf, PhD (University of Pittsburgh, 2009) is a clinical and health psychologist. She is an Assistant Professor of Psychology (primary) and Education (adjunct) at Lakehead University. Dr. Scharf's research includes studies of healthcare access for poor and underserved groups; behavioral health delivery systems; tobacco use, treatment, and policy; behavioral healthcare services for military personnel and veterans; and innovations in in vivo electronic data capture. Prior to joining Lakehead University, Dr. Scharf was a Behavioral and Social Scientist at the RAND Corporation and Core Faculty member of the RAND Pardee Graduate School.