Professor of Psychiatry, Yale IRB Chair
Yale University School of Medicine
Madelon Visintainer Baranoski, PhD, CIP, is Professor of Psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine, Law and Psychiatry Division, where she has been on faculty since 1999. She has been an active member of the Yale University IRB since 2003, a Vice Chair since 2010 and Chair of 5 panels since 2016. The panels she chairs include IRBs that address specific areas of research; these panels developed through the innovative collaboration between Yale HRPP and Yale IRB, include the Compliance and Complex Issues IRB and the Repository IRB; an Ad Hoc IRB addresses overflow of protocols and emergenct reserach needs for review. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and obtained her CIP in 2012. Dr. Baranoski established, evaluated, and now directs the New Haven Jail Diversion Program and initiated Community Forensic Services at part of her research in the mental health and criminal justice interface. Her research has focused on gun violence, risk assessment of persons with mental illness, and - in the human subjects and research domain - informed consent, vulnerable subjects, unique issues in psychiatric research, and compliance.
Tuesday, November 19
10:15 AM – 12:45 PM