Luke Hansen (Yale CSP 07-09), Chisara Asomuga (Yale CSP 07-09), Jill Barron (Yale CSP 07-09), Mitesh Rao (Yale CSP 07-09), and Yale Clinical Scholars program faculty Leslie Curry (Co-Director), Georgina Lucas (Deputy Director), and Marjorie Rosenthal (Assistant Director, Yale CSP 03-05) published an article in collaboration with Barbara Tinney, a Yale Clinical Scholars Program community partner at New Haven Family Alliance. The article, in the Journal of Primary Prevention, focuses on how youth living among community violence view their options and opportunities.
Nicholas Christakis (Penn CSP 91-93) discusses the role of social isolation in mass killings in an op-ed piece featured in the Washington Post.
Alum Jeremiah Schuur (Yale CSP 05-07, VA Scholar) shares his experiences with providing trauma care for the victims of the April 15th Boston Marathon bombing on the RWJF website.
Current students Anita Vashi (Yale CSP 11-13, VA Scholar) and Nurit Harari (Yale CSP 11-13) describe their opinions on using disaster preparedness strategies in communities where urban violence, specifically gun violence, is prevalent in order to "build resilience" in a recent op-ed piece in The CT Mirror.
Andrea Gottsegen Asnes, MD, MSW (Yale CSP 2001-2003), currently an assistant professor in Pediatrics at Yale University School of Medicine, speaks about her research career in child abuse pediatrics, influence of the CSP on her career, and current collaboration with pediatric trauma surgeon and alumnus Brendan Campbell MD (Michigan CSP 2000-2002) in the RWJF Human Capital Blog.
Brendan Campbell (Michigan CSP 00-02, VA Scholar) discusses his research and work in child abuse pediatrics on the RWJF Human Capital Blog. In the interview Dr. Campbell also mentions what being a Clinical Scholar meant to him: “The two years I spent as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at the University of Michigan were easily the most intellectually stimulating and satisfying of my nine years of post-graduate medical education.”