Larkin McReynolds, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, Columbia University
Larkin McReynolds is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Epidemiology at Columbia University. She has carried out investigations examining the relationship between psychiatric disorders and juvenile recidivism, gender differences in psychiatric risk factors for delinquency, and non-suicidal self-injury. Dr. McReynolds has co-authored over thirty publications, coordinated data collection from over 88 sites, and conducted analyses relying on advanced level modeling of youth outcomes. Her multisite data collection and team supervision experience have contributed to the Center’s accumulation of a rich data archive of close to 10,000 justice-involved youths’ diagnostic, demographic, and offense information.