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Dr. Ramsey received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Oklahoma State University and completed both her residency and T32 postdoctoral fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s. In 2016, Dr. Ramsey joined the faculty as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. Dr. Ramsey is a researcher in the Center for Health Technology Research, a center within the Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology that focuses on the development of technologies and digital interventions to improve treatment health outcomes and self-management in children with chronic conditions. Currently, Dr. Ramsey is developing a digital intervention focused on improving self-management and health outcomes in children and adolescents with asthma. She has also been the interventionist on several studies aimed at improving treatment adherence in adolescents with inflammatory bowel disease and headache. Her long-term goal is to develop a technology-assisted, stepped-care, adherence-promotion intervention.
Caitlin Brammer is a Clinical Research Coordinator III in the Ramsey Lab. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Northern Kentucky University in 2017 and her Master of Arts in Medical Science from Liberty University in 2019.
Before (and during) her time in Dr. Rachelle Ramsey’s lab, she worked in Dr. Ahna Pai’s lab from June 2018-November 2020, working with oncology patients and BMT recipients. Her research work initially began by working for Dr. Dean Beebe during the summers of 2016-2018, where she was responsible for running the fMRI protocol for healthy teenagers in his study.
In addition, Caitlin served as a Clinical Care Manager for Northern Kentucky Pediatric Group from January 2018-April 2020, where she aided the practice in receiving their designation as a PCMH and was responsible for 110 medically complex patients for the practice providers; working to create a tailored care plan for each patient, as well as providing the provider/parent(s) with the previously established treatment goals, barriers, and action-plan, making changes/updates as discussed with the PCP. Caitlin’s array of experiences and skills have led her into her current position with Dr. Ramsey, where she serves as her lead coordinator.
In Caitlin’s spare time, she is a research advocate and core member of the Cholangiocarcinoma Awareness Research & Education (CARE) Team for CCF, where holistic health is a focus for not just patients but survivors, caregivers, friends, and family too.
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