Kyle A. Mcgregor

Kyle A. Mcgregor, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health

Assistant Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health

Director, Pediatric Mental Health Ethics

PhD from Indiana University Bloomington

Yale University, Yale Center for Medical Informatics

Columbia University, SAFE Lab

Adolescent Sexual Behavior Research: Perspectives of Investigators, IRB Members, and IRB Staff about Risk Categorization and IRB Approval

McGregor, Kyle A; Hensel, Devon J; Waltz, Amy C; Molnar, Elizabeth E; Ott, Mary A

IRB : ethics & human research. 2017 Jul/Aug; 39(4):17-20

A comparison of tumor size at diagnosis and disease recurrence in type I and type II endometrial carcinoma [Meeting Abstract]

Whicker, ME; McGregor, Kyle A; Black, JD; Passarelli, R; Albright, B; Gysler, S; Altwerger, G; Menderes, G; Schwartz, PE

Gynecologic oncology. 2017 June; 145(Suppl 1):132-132

Pfeiffer, Elizabeth J; McGregor, Kyle A; Van Der Pol, Barbara; Hardy Hansen, Cathlene; Ott, Mary A

Sexually transmitted diseases. 2016 Mar; 43(3):204-206

BANKING THE FUTURE: ADOLESCENT CAPACITY TO CONSENT TO BIOBANK RESEARCH [Meeting Abstract]

McGregor, Kyle A; Lahren, Alexa; Ott, Mary A

Journal of adolescent health. 2016 FEB; 58(2):S18-S19

SOCIAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL INFLUENCES ON SEXUAL RISK BEHAVIOR AND STI RATES IN COLLEGE-AGED MALES [Meeting Abstract]

Warus, Jonathan D; McGregor, Kyle A; Ott, Mary A

Journal of adolescent health. 2015 FEB; 56(2):S75-S75

McGregor, Kyle A; Hall, James A; Wilkerson, David A; Bennett, Larry W; Ott, Mary A

Social work & social sciences review. 2015; 18(2):67-78

Harris, Evan M; McGregor, Kyle A

The Social and behavioral importance of increased longevity. [S.l. ] : Society for Social Work and Research, 2015. (2693762)

BRIEF ELECTRONIC SCREENING FOR ADOLESCENTS IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE [Meeting Abstract]

McGregor, Kyle A; Hall, James A

Journal of adolescent health. 2014 FEB; 54(2):S92-S93