Talia Morikawa serves as Clinical Data Management Specialist for the Center for Violence Prevention at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Talia Morikawa, DPT, MPH serves as Clinical Data Management Specialist for the Center for Violence Prevention (CVP) at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). In this capacity, she provides leadership and support in program evaluation activities and oversees database design and management for CVP's Community Violence and Trauma Support (CVTS) programs.
Prior to joining CHOP, Talia served as Senior Project Manager of Quality and Patient Safety at Penn Medicine Home Health where she directed project teams and managed quality assurance and improvement initiatives. Talia also served as Director of Community Projects and Impact, and later went on to become Vice President, of United Against Inequities in Disease, a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower students and communities to reduce health inequities locally.
In addition, Talia brings years of clinical experience having worked as a physical therapist in both the hospital and home care settings. The majority of her years as a clinician were spent with Penn Medicine Home Health providing home-based services across West Philadelphia. In addition to delivering physical therapy services, Talia also served as a case manager. In this capacity, she collaborated with multidisciplinary patient care teams to assist patients navigate the healthcare system, connect with resources, and achieve their quality-of-life goals.
BS, Stockton University (Biology), 2010
DPT, Drexel University (Doctor of Physical Therapy), 2014
MPH, University of Pennsylvania (Master of Public Health), 2020
Clinical Data Management Specialist, Center for Violence Prevention, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia