Andrew Miele, B.A.

Clinical Assessment & Research Extern, Healthy Brain Network

Child Mind Institute

Andrew Miele is a clinical assessment and research extern at the Healthy Brain Network and a 3rd year doctoral student in the clinical psychology program, child track, at St. John’s University. At St. John’s, he is a member of the Collaborative Health Research Integration Program lab run by Dr. Elizabeth Brondolo, and a behavioral medicine research fellow working at both Jamaica Hospital Medical Center and NYP-Queens. He is actively engaged in several projects focusing on health disparities, including a study modeling patterns of health care utilization among patients with alcohol use disorders.

Andrew worked for several years in child and adolescent community mental health in North Philadelphia. As a Clinical Assessment and Research extern at Child Mind, he will be working with the Healthy Brain Network under Drs. Neuhaus and Hart. In this role, he will be conducting intakes and administering neuropsychological test batteries.

Education

  • Doctoral Candidate, Clinical Psychology, St. John’s University
  • Bachelor’s Degree, Psychology, Wilkes University