Siobhan Gruschow is a Clinical Research Coordinator in the division and at PolicyLab at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Siobhan holds a B.S. in Human Development and Psychology from Binghamton University, a Master’s in Elementary Education from Arizona State University, and Master’s in Public Health in Epidemiology and Maternal and Child Health from Boston University School of Public Health. Siobhan was a Maternal and Child Health Research Fellow at Boston University's School of Public Health, where she studied the impact of pornography viewing on sexual behavior in young adults. Siobhan has experience in epidemiologic methods, adolescent health, violence prevention, data management, and quantitative and qualitative research methods. She currently works on projects aimed at improving the health outcomes of HIV+, LGBTQ, and homeless youth. Previously, Siobhan was a Coordinator at the Center for Injury Research and Prevention where she managed all research projects in the New Jersey Traffic Safety and Outcomes (NJ-TSO) Program, which uses administrative data linkages to advance traffic safety research and epidemiologic methods to inform policy focused on preventing motor vehicle crashes for adolescents.