Meghan Carey, MS joined CIRP in January 2015 as a Student Research Assistant and in July 2016 transitioned to a Clinical Research Coordinator. She currently works as alongside Dr. Allison Curry on projects to establish the foundation for driving safety among teens and young adults with ADHD and autism spectrum disorders utilzing the New Jersey Traffic Safety Outcomes (NJ-TSO) Data Warehouse. This line of research aims to advance traffic safety research and associated epidemiology methods through novel administrative data linkages.
Meghan comes to CHOP from the Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University where she studied Epidemiology and obtained her Master of Science degree. Her thesis research looked at the association between race and ethnicity and licensing and motor vehicle crashes in New Jersey adolescents and young adults using the NJ-TSO Data Warehouse. Meghan also holds a BS in Biological Sciences from the University of Delaware. Her research interests include developmental disabilities, teen driving, intentional and unintentional injuries, gun violence, and health disparities. During her time at CIRP, Meghan hopes to hone her skills in statistical programming packages like SAS and to effectively translate research into health policy. Meghan can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.