141st APHA Annual Meeting

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Catlin Rideout, MPH

Program Manager, Outreach and Training Core
NYU School of Medicine
NYU Center for the Study of Asian American Health
550 First Avenue
VZN Suite 838J
New York, NY
USA 10016
Email: catlin.rideout@nyumc.org

Biographical Sketch:
Catlin Rideout is the Partnership Development and Research Training Coordinator for the NYU-HHC CTSI Community Engagement and Population Health Research Core and The Center for the Study of Asian American Health. She coordinates the community research training curriculum and fosters community engagement in clinical and translational research. She is responsible for developing and piloting the Community Empowered Research Training (CERT) Program– a training program geared to community groups to strengthen the capacity of community-based organizations to participate in and develop community-focused research initiatives. Ms. Rideout also guides the technical assistance and research training for the Legacy pilot grantees of the B Free CEED: National Center of Excellence in the Elimination of Hepatitis B Disparities. Ms. Rideout has extensive experience conducting qualitative and quantitative community-based research in underserved populations in New York City. She earned her Masters in Public Health from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health where her research focused on HIV/AIDS and its intersection with stigma and discrimination and the health and human rights of marginalized communities.

3457.0 Developing and evaluating the community empowered research training (CERT) program: Building research capacity for community-initiated and community-driven research 5076.0 Strategies to reach and implement the vision of health equity (STRIVE) project: Adapting and culturally tailoring evidence-based strategies for Asian americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islander communities