ACCESS: Advancing Coordinated Care through Epidemiologic Studies in Schizophrenia

Co-PI: Brittany Gouse, MD MPH
Co-PI: Hannah Brown, MD 

WRAP’s research group has linked electronic medical record data to geocoding data and other sources to investigate the sociodemographic and clinical predictors of adverse outcomes in early psychosis. By combining data from multiple sources, we hope to gain a comprehensive understanding of the impact of the social determinants of health on the course of early psychosis. 

Through our epidemiologic work, we aim to:

  1. Identify and reduce racial, ethnic, gender, and socioeconomic disparities in outcomes in early psychosis
  2. Expand access to evidenced-based specialty psychosis care
  3. Improve long-term outcomes in schizophrenia through translational work

Our multi-disciplinary research team includes undergraduate, Master-level, and Post-doctoral trainees, data analysts, epidemiologists, peer specialists, psychologists, and physician-scientists across disciplines in the biomedical sciences. We strongly value collaboration with those with diverse skill sets and perspectives. 

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