Norma A Padron, PhD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Population Health Science and Policy
Norma A. Padrón, PhD, is Research Scientist at the Center for Health Innovation, The New York Academy of Medicine, email@example.com. Dr. Padrón has a doctoral degree from Yale University in Health Policy and Management, a Master's in Economics (Duke University), and a Master's in Public Health (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain). She has collaborated with interdisciplinary teams on topics related to health insurance coverage and access among minorities, adherence to recommended care among individuals with diabetes, teenage childbearing and long-term economic and health consequences, and parental unemployment and children's mental health.
Dr. Padrón has received funding from the National Science Foundation, the WT Grant Foundation and the Agency of Healthcare Research and Quality. She is also a former Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholar and an American Economic Association Summer Program Fellow.
BA, The University of Texas-Pan American (UTPA), Edinburg, TX 2007
Fellow, Duke University, Durham, NC 2006-2007
MA, Duke University, Durham, NC 2007-2008
MPH, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain 2008-2009
PhD, Yale University- School of Public Health 2014
William T. Grant Foundation Fellowship with Prof. Jason Fletcher
AHRQ- Doctoral Training Fellowship
Rotary International Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarship
Undergraduate Economics Scholar’s Conference- Presenter
2006 and 2007
Outstanding Student Dean’s Award
Sloan FA, Padrón NA, Platt AC. Preferences and beliefs and adherence to recommended care for diabetes. Health services research 2009 Jun; 44(3): 1068-87.
Padron NA. El buen Gobierno Sanitario. Madrid, Spain: Springer Healthcare Communications Ibérica SL 2009 Nov; ISBN(chapter): 978-84-937496-1-3.