Crosby Research Lab

We conduct a wide array of applied, translational, community-based and health services research. Our projects focus on community-engaged research, sickle cell disease, adherence / self-management, early childhood health and social / emotional functioning, qualitative research methods, obesity, using technology in psychological interventions, program evaluation, quality improvement and outcomes research. Clinical research coordinators in our lab also learn about public policy and community-based participatory research.

Lab Contact Information:

Phone: 513-803-5383
Email: lori.crosby@cchmc.org

Sickle-Cell Disease Projects

Learn about our studies that investigate adherence, outcomes and disease management to empower children and adolescents with sickle-cell disease. Sickle Cell Projects

INNOVATIONS in Community Research and Program Evaluation

Lori Crosby co-directs INNOVATIONS, a comprehensive support resource for community agencies and organizations. Learn more about what we can do for your group. Innovations

CCTST Community Engagement Core

Dr. Lori Crosby is the co-director of training for the Community Engagement Core, Center for Clinical Translational Science and Training (CCTST). The CCTST Community Engagement Core works to improve health outcomes and reduce health disparities through community research, training and partnerships. Learn more about the CCTST Community Engagement Core.