Joshua Anbar, Dr.P.H., M.P.H.
Post-doctoral Research Associate
Key Research Interests
Dr. Anbar’s research interests include a focus on autistic youth and how they transition into adulthood as well as the use of telehealth technologies to improve the diagnostic evaluation process for autism. Currently, Dr. Anbar is coordinating a study to evaluate the use of a telehealth tool to speed up the time to diagnosis for autism. He is also coordinating a study to evaluate the validity of telehealth procedures adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic, the goal of which is to expand telehealth use into regular practice.
BA, Political Science – International Politics
SUNY University at Buffalo
CAS, Health Services Management and Policy
MPH, Public Health Policy and Practice
SUNY Upstate Medical University & Syracuse University
DrPH, Maternal and Child Health
University of Arizona
- Anbar J, Cutshaw C, Haynes P, Barnett M, Glider P, Schalewski L, Pettygrove S. Autism and history of co-morbid mental disorders in a college student population. Under Review.
- Anbar, J, Cutshaw, C, Haynes, P, Barnett, M, Glider, P, Pettygrove, S. Use and intention to use mental health services among college students with Autism. 2021 INSAR Annual Meeting, Virtual, May 3 – May 7, 2021.
- Anbar J, Pope B, Cutshaw C, Pettygove S. Ethnicity, Providers, and Recognizing Autism in Arizona. 2020 INSAR Annual Meeting, Virtual, June 3, 2020.
- Anbar J, Pope B, Cutshaw C, Pettygrove S. Racial and ethnic disparities in patterns of practice and recognition of autism spectrum disorder. 2018 American Public Health Association Conference, San Diego, CA, November 13, 2018.
- Anbar RD, Anbar JS, Hashim, MA. (2015). Use of an After-Visit Summary to Augment Mental Health of Children and Adolescents. Clinical Pediatrics 54(10) 1009-1011.