Patsy Bryant, MS

Long-Term Outcomes Core

Biography coming soon

Patricia "Patsy" Bryant is a Research Coordinator at the CIBS Center, where she engages in a wide array of tasks and activities related to the assessment and evaluation of long-term outcomes such as cognitive impairment, depression, and PTSD in ICU survivors. After earning an undergraduate degree in psychology, she obtained a Master's degree from Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN. Prior to joining the CIBS Center, Patricia worked in the mental health field in various capacities including substance abuse case management roles in both California and Tennessee. She enjoys research and while in graduate school, she was involved in various projects including an investigation of driver behaviors sponsored by the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT). Her master's thesis explored the relationship between personality, beliefs, affect, behavior, and sustainable practices.