Jude Mary Ce?nat, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the School of Psychology, Chair of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Black Health, and Director of the Vulnerability, Trauma, Resilience & Culture (V-TRaC) Research Laboratory and holds the Research Chair on Black Health at the University of Ottawa. His research program explores factors associated with vulnerability, trauma, and resilience, with a particular interest in the role of cultural factors. Dr.Ce?nat conducts research on racial disparities in mental health and social services, the impact of natural disasters and infectious diseases on mental health, interpersonal and non- interpersonal trauma, and global mental health. He conducts research in North America, Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean. Dr.Ce?nat leads a major project on the mental health of Black communities in Canada that has allowed for the development of online trainings (via the bilingual platform: https://mentalhealthforeveryone.ca) that aim to equip mental health professionals with the knowledge needed to provide culturally appropriate and anti-racist care. Dr. Cénat is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.