Despite a nationwide IT outage, all NYU Langone facilities remain open and patient care continues to be our top priority.

If you need help accessing our website, call 855-698-9991
Skip to main content
NYU Langone Provider

Christin Drake, MD

NYU Langone Provider
  • Specialty: Psychiatry
  • Treats: Adults
  • Language: English

Positions
Board Certifications
  • American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology - Psychiatry, 2011
Education and Training
  • Residency, New York Weill Cornell Med Ctr, Psychiatry, 2011
  • MD from Columbia University, 2006

Is this your profile?

Edit profile

Please call the office for information about accepted insurance plans.

Christin Drake, MD does not accept insurance.

Interests

Perinatal Mental Health, Reproductive Psychiatry, Women's Mental Health, Health Equity, Psychiatry, Medical Education, Graduate Medical Education

Research Summary

My research is focused on the mental health of minoritized people, particularly women and birthing people.  The broad aim of my work is to  advance equitable provision of care and outcomes and to contribute to the understanding of all factors that produce current inequities.

My current projects in perinatal mental health include a scoping review of the perinatal mental health of black women and birthing people, a study of discriminatory and disrespectful language in the academic perinatal mental health literature, and an analysis of New York State and New York City PRAMS data to determine factors related to receiving mental health care for postpartum people with depression diagnoses.  

Understanding the current challenges and experiences of learners and faculty who belong to groups that are underrepresented in medicine and psychiatry is another priority for my work.  To this end, we are currently conducting a national survey of medical students and GME trainees focused on their educational experiences and needs. 

An important aspect of my research process is to create pathways to medicine and psychiatry for students who are committed to promoting health equity in their current work and future careers.  I encourage interested students to be in touch to learn about opportunities to get involved in my research.

 

 

 

Read All Publications (7)

Related News