Emma Sartin, PhD, MPH, CPST
Research Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Sartin serves as a Research Postdoctoral Fellow at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Center for Injury Research and Prevention. Her research focuses on studying and alleviating disparities in health behaviors and improving physical and social outcomes for marginalized populations.

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Emma Sartin, PhD, MPH, CPST serves as a Research Postdoctoral Fellow under the supervision of Allison E. Curry, PhD, MPH. Broadly, her research focuses on studying and alleviating disparities in health behaviors and improving physical and social outcomes for marginalized populations.

At CIRP, she is collaborating with Dr. Curry on several research projects that aim to elucidate the nuances of and similarities between typically developing teenagers and teenagers with developmental disabilities during the learning-to-drive process. She is working to develop a research program that utilizes data from the New Jersey Safety and Health Outcomes (NJ-SHO) Data Warehouse to establish pathways of disparities in child passenger safety, with a goal of informing future intervention efforts. Additionally, she is working with industry partners to develop and evaluate health technology-based interventions and tools to mitigate poor safety and health outcomes for child and adolescent populations across the U.S.

BS, University of Alabama (Psychology), 2015

MA, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Health Behavior), 2019

MPH, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2020

PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Lifespan Developmental Psychology), 2020

CPST, Safekids Worldwide

Associate’s Certificate, University of Alabama at Birmingham's Center for the Integration of Research, Learning, and Teaching

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for Injury Research and Prevention, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Child Passenger Safety Technician

Associate Fellow, Center for Public Health Initiatives, University of Pennsylvania

Member, The Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine

Member, American Public Health Association

Member, Transportation Research Board

Member, The Society for the Advancement of Violence and Injury Research

CHOP Research Institute Trainee Spotlight, nominated and selected to be the CHOP Research Institute Trainee of the Month for September, 2020

Outstanding Presentation Award, awarded by the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine for best presentation in the Student Symposium at the 2019 conference in Madrid, Spain, 2019

Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine Student Symposium, selected to present in the Student Symposium at the 2019 conference in Madrid, Spain, with travel award of $1,300, 2019

Dwight D. Eisenhower Transportation Research Fellow, awarded $5,000 towards graduate student stipend to conduct research in transportation, 2019

Dwight D. Eisenhower Transportation Research Fellow, awarded $5,000 towards graduate student stipend to conduct research in transportation, 2018

Society for Research on Adolescence Emerging Scholar Travel Award, awarded by the Society for Research on Adolescence to present research proposal at 2018 meeting in Minneapolis, MN, 2018

“Creativity is a Decision” Award, awarded $1,000 by the University of Alabama at Birmingham Nutrition and Obesity Research Center for outstanding and “out of the box” research proposal, 2017

Best Poster Presentation in Translational Research, awarded at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Simpson-Ramsey Conference, 2016

Metzger K, Goodman ES, Foss RD, Joyce NR, Curry AE. Vehicle Safety Characteristics in Vulnerable Driver Populations. Traffic Injury Prevention. 2020.

Goodman ES, McDonald CC, D. Long L, Stavrinos D, Mirman JH. Variations in Booster Seat Use by Child Characteristics. Journal of Safety Research. 2020.

Goodman ES, Bell TR, McDonald CC, Mirman JHafetz. Assessment of Caregiver-Targeted Interventions for Use of Motor Vehicle Passenger Safety Systems for Children: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JAMA Netw Open. 2019;2(10):e1914180.

Goodman ES, Mirman JH, Ford CA, Friedrich E, Ginsburg KR, Miller VA. Frequency of Communication About Adolescents’ Strengths and Weaknesses and the Parent–adolescent Relationship. Applied Developmental Science. 2019.

Mirman JH, Goodman ES, Friedrich E, Ford CA. Talking with Teens About Traffic Safety: Initial Feasibility, Acceptability, and Efficacy of a Parent-targeted Intervention for Primary Care Settings. J Safety Res. 2018;66:113-120.

Contact Information

sartine@email.chop.edu
215-590-3118
Roberts Center for Pediatric Research, 2716 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146