Allison E. Curry, PhD, MPH

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Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
Center for Injury Research and Prevention
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
2716 South St, 13th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Office: 267-273-6830
Education:
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Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, 1994.
B.A. (Biological Anthropology, Pre-medicine)
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 1998.
M.P.H. (Epidemiology)
University of California, Los Angeles, 2001.
Ph.D. (Epidemiology)
Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 2007.
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Selected Publications

Saeks C, Karamanian V, Curry AE, Frasso R: A Qualitative Study of Food Pantry Patron Experiences in Philadelphia. Poster presentation. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia November 2017.

Bonsu JM, Frasso R, Curry AE: Lessons from the field: The conduct of randomized 1 controlled trials in Botswana. Trials 18(1), Oct 2017.

Curry AE, Yerys BE, Huang, P, Metzger KB: Longitudinal study of driver licensing rates among adolescents and young adults with autism spectrum disorder. Autism 171(8): 756-763, Aug 2017.

Curry AE, Metzger KB, Williams AF, Tefft BC: Comparison of older and younger novice driver crash rates: Informing the need for extended Graduated Driver Licensing restrictions. Accident Analysis and Prevention 108: 66-73, Aug 2017.

Curry AE, Foss RD, Williams AF: Graduated Driver Licensing for Older Novice Drivers: Critical Analysis of the Issues. American Journal of Preventive Medicine Aug 2017.

Pfeiffer MR, Metzger KB, Kirk ME, Curry AE: Catalyzing advancements via data linkage: New Jersey Traffic Safety Outcomes Program data warehouse. Oral presentation. 2017 ATSIP Traffic Records Forum, New Orleans, LA August 2017.

Arbogast KA, Curry AE, Metzger KB, Kessler RS, Bell JM, Haarbauer-Krupa J, Zonfrillo MR, Breiding MJ, Master CL : Improving primary care provider practices in youth concussion management. Clinical Pediatrics 56(9): 854-865, Aug 2017.

Curry AE, Metzger KB, Pfeiffer MR, Elliott MR, Winston FK, Power TJ: Motor vehicle crash risk among adolescents and young adults with ADHD. JAMA Pediatrics 171(8): 756-763, Aug 2017.

Curry AE, Metzger KB, Williams AF: Older novice driver crashes: Informing the need for extended Graduated Driver Licensing restrictions. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety Jul 2017.

"Teens With ADHD Have Elevated Crash Risk, But Lower Than Previously Reported, New Study Finds" Forbes July 2017.

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