Guilherme Borges, PhD

Mexican School of Public Health
Adjunct Professor,
Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Michigan State University

Guilherme Borges is a Psychologist and Epidemiologist, a senior researcher in Medical Sciences at the Ramón de la Fuente National Institute of Psychiatry and an Emeritus Researcher at the National System of Researchers in Mexico. Dr. Borges served as a member of the substance use disorders chapter for the DSM-5 and in the DSM-5-TR Cross-Cutting Culture Review Group of the American Psychiatric Association, participated in the ICD-11 Working Group on Cultural Considerations (WHO), he is a member of the Expert Group on Alcohol, Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk Factors (GBD) and member of the Reference Group on the Epidemiology of Alcohol and Drugs of the World Health Organization (WHO). His areas of expertise are alcohol and drugs and how they relate to injury and suicide. Dr. Borges is also involved in research on psychiatric nosology, mental health, and immigration.