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Christine Ulbricht, PhD

Dr. Ulbricht is a psychiatric epidemiologist whose primary research interest is understanding the heterogeneity of mental disorders and improving treatment response. She is particularly interested in applying novel statistical methods to understand the heterogeneity of treatment effects in major depressive disorder and psychotic disorders and in decreasing suicide risk in a variety of populations. She has contributed to the design, oversight, and analysis of several large federally-funded clinical trials of psychiatric interventions. Dr. Ulbricht is currently working on projects that leverage big data to examine the epidemiology of psychiatric disorders in nursing home populations. She employs person-centered latent variable analyses for identifying subtypes of psychiatric disorders. Dr. Ulbricht is a faculty co-director of the Clinical and Population Health Research Program student chapter of the International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology. She mentors doctoral students and teaches CTS701: Systematic Review. 

Christine Ulbricht, MPH, PhD