Loiselle is a first year postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Adherence and
Self-Management. She completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the
University of Georgia and her residency at Cincinnati Children's. Prior to fellowship, Kristin was
involved in research examining adjustment to chronic medical conditions among
children and families, as well as adherence to medical regimens for pediatric
solid organ transplant recipients. She is currently involved with data analysis
and manuscript preparation for the Modi and Pai labs.
is an interventionist for the STAR study, which is a problem solving-based
adherence promotion intervention for youth with epilepsy and their families.
She will also provide clinical care to patients and families in the Small Bowel
clinic, focusing on assessment and intervention throughout the transplantation
Kristin plans to
pursue a position at a children’s hospital/academic medical center, which will
allow her to participate in research and clinical care. Additionally, she hopes
to focus on research that targets risk and protective factors for adherence and
related health outcomes.
Read Kristin Loiselle's Fellowship Goals
Read Kristin Loiselle's CV