Departments & Organizations
Kathryn Hawk is an Emergency Medicine Physician and a NIDA K12 Drug Use, Addiction and HIV Research Scholar (DAHRS) with a focus on reducing opioid overdose in high-risk populations. Her primary research interests are emergency department-based interventions to increase access to treatment for substance use disorders, opioid overdose prevention and naloxone access, and understanding how prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs) can be effectively used to reduce opioid-associated morbidity and mortality.
Education & Training
|MHS||Yale University College of Medicine (2016)|
|MD||Drexel University College of Medicine (2010)|
|Residency||Yale-New Haven Hospital|
Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (2014 - 2015) Co-chair, Research Committee
Yale Emergency Medicine Residency (2013 - 2014) Chief Resident