Jocelyn Kuhn

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

Jocelyn is a licensed psychologist and health services researcher whose work centers around improving access to and quality of assessment and treatment services for children with developmental disabilities and their families. She is currently a T-32 post-doctoral fellow at BMC, where she works closely with the Feinberg & Broder-Fingert lab on multiple research projects related to autism and mental health services disparities. Jocelyn is leading an externally-funded study on the feasibility of secondary developmental screening to improve the referral process for diagnostic developmental-behavioral evaluations. She is also conducting a study on the influences of social determinants of health-related needs on accessing such services.

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