Back to Our Members

Xiaoling Xiang, Ph.D., M.Phil., M.S.W

Associate Professor
U-M Primary Appointment
Social Work
Xiaoling Xiang, MSW, PHD is an Assistant Professor at University of Michigan Social Work. She received her MSW and PhD from the University of Illinois and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in health services and outcomes research at Northwestern University. Xiaoling Xiang conducts community-based services research concerning the physical and mental health and service use of diverse older populations. She is particularly interested in psychosocial approaches to promoting mental health and enhancing quality of life in older adults. Her other areas of research include epidemiology of mental disorders in late life, comorbidity, quality of home and community-based services, and implementation of evidence-based interventions. Currently, she is pursuing research on deploying technology-based cognitive behavioral therapy in home-based settings for homebound seniors with depression.
Population Focus

Click on a category name to find other members within that category.

Research Methods