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Patrick Riley

Psychology Section Administrator

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Patrick Riley


Patrick Riley is the Psychology Section Administrator in the Yale School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry Psychology Section. Patrick received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Public Health from Marymount Manhattan College. Patrick served as a Lead Research Assistant in the Developmental Psychology Lab at Marymount Manhattan College, where he managed research projects on topics related to disabilities, mental health, and pro-social development, in addition to presenting at research conferences and co-authoring publications. Patrick completed clinical internships at the Child Mind Institute and the Quad Preparatory School, supporting children and adolescents with behavioral and learning differences. Patrick worked for the Clinton Foundation as a Program Associate for Too Small to Fail, the Foundation’s Early Childhood Initiative. At the Clinton Foundation, Patrick supported the initiative in advancing public awareness and action campaigns to support early brain and language development, coordinated research evaluations, managed communications, and developed Foundation partnerships. Most recently, Patrick was an Admission Counselor at Marymount Manhattan College, supporting students through the college application and enrollment process. As a Psychology Section Administrator, Patrick collaborates with the Department of Psychiatry Faculty and works with the Psychology Section team to manage the Doctoral Internship in Clinical and Community Psychology.

Education & Training

  • BS
    Marymount Manhattan College, Psychology and Public Health (2020)