Tricia Patrick, DrPH

Westchester Institute for Human Development
University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
in affiliation with New York Medical College
Cedarwood Hall
Valhalla, NY 10595
 
Phone: 914-493-8203
Email: [email protected]
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Last Updated: February 10, 2020

Tricia Patrick
 

Leadership: Co-UCEDD Director
Leadership Administrative Staff: Chief Academic Officer
Primary Activity Coordinators: Research
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Discipline Coordinators: Public Health
 
Discipline(s): Public Health
Epidemiology
 
AUCD Council Membership: Council on Research and Evaluation
 
Research: Child Abuse & Neglect, Children with Autism and Early Diagnosis, Chronic Disease Managements Among Individuals with I/DD, Oral Health Among Individuals with I/DD, Patient-Centered Outcomes, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome/Safe Infant Sleep
Education: 1998, New York University, BS, Health Administration
2003, New York Medical College, MPH, Epidemiology
2010, New York Medical College, DrPH, Epidemiology

Vita/Bio

Titles/Positions
Chief Academic Officer and Co-UCEDD Director, Westchester Institute for Human Development UCEDD

Previous positions:
2014-2020, Director of Research, Westchester Institute for Human Development UCEDD
2007-2014, Epidemiologist, Assistant Scientist, Winthrop University Hospital Research Institute


Academic Faculty Appointments
Associate Professor, School of Health Sciences and Practice, New York Medical College
Adjust Associate Professor, School of Health Sciences and Practice, New York Medical College


Brief Resume
Prior to completing her archgraduate education, Dr. Patrick worked at New York Medical College in the Center for Primary Care Education and Research. With the support of a federal grant, she aided primary care clinicians in defining, implementing and reporting their research projects. This work was mostly in the field of medical education and pediatrics. Her subsequent move to Winthrop University Hospital allowed her to be part of a new outcomes research program, expanding her research beyond that of primary care and into such specialties as pulmonary and critical care, pain management, and palliative care. As the former Director of Research and now the Chief Academic Officer and Co-UCEDD Director at the Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD), Dr. Patrick has combined her interests and experience and developed an overall research agenda for the organization, which targets the areas of health outcomes, assistive technology, autism, education, and transition. The research agenda at WIHD is meant to ultimately improve the lives of individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities who are living longer, have higher prevalence of chronic diseases than the general population, and who require innovative approaches to achieve better outcomes.