About Amber M Angell
Dr. Angell is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy. Her research aims to reduce disparities in autism diagnosis and services across the lifespan, focusing on understudied, underserved groups, including children from racial and ethnic minority groups, girls and women, and gender minority adults. She is a K12 Scholar in the Rehabilitation Research Career Development Program under the mentorship of Dr. Sherrilene Classen. Her research has been recently funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration and the American Occupational Therapy Foundation. Dr. Angell received her PhD from the University of Southern California and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in community-engaged research from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Health Services Utilization of Autistic Youth: Are Therapeutic Services Associated with Reduced Acute Psychiatric Care?