Martine Solages, MD

Attending Physician, ​Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Children's National Health System
Martine Solages is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at George Washington School of Medicine and Children’s National Health System.  During her pediatrics residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital, she volunteered on medical projects in Haiti.  As a child psychiatry fellow at the Yale Child Study Center, she traveled to Haiti and also completed an international mental health rotation on the island of Grenada.  In 2013, she was awarded the Young Psychiatrist Fellowship from the Indian Psychiatric Society and traveled to Bangalore, India to meet with a group of 10 early career psychiatrists from around the world.  In 2014, she traveled to Tokyo to participate in a symposium on Disasters and Child Mental Health which was convened to address mental health concerns related to the Great East Japan Earthquake and Fukushima Nuclear Disaster.  Dr. Solages has a particular interest in mental health infrastructure development in the Caribbean.