Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in Emergency Medicine Columbia University Medical Center, Injury Free Coalition for Kids of New York (Children's)
Dr. Ashley Blanchard is a pediatric emergency room physician and Assistant Professor at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. She completed her residency in pediatrics and fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. During her clinical training, she obtained a Masters in Biostatistics and Patient-Oriented Research at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health. Her research focuses on prevention of pediatric injuries and deaths within the high-risk populations she treats in the emergency room. She has a specific interest in suicide and gun violence prevention. Her current work aims to use mobile health technology to reduce adolescent access to lethal means and prevent adolescent suicide. She is currently completing a pilot study investigating the feasibility and acceptability of a web-based lethal means counseling decision aid for parents of adolescents presenting to the emergency department for self-harm or suicidality. Dr. Blanchard also serves as faculty in the Columbia Scientific Union for the Reduction of Gun Violence (SURGE). She also works with the Columbia Center for Injury Science and Prevention investigating the unique risks injuries among people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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Ashley Blanchard, MD, MS
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in Emergency Medicine
Columbia University Medical Center
New York-Presbyterian | Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
New York City NY 10032
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