Dr. Fowler is a Co-Investigator on the Fathers & Families Support Center Impact Evaluation project and an Associate Professor at the Brown School. He has also collaborated with the Evaluation Center on several grant submissions.
Patrick Fowler is trained in clinical psychology with specializations in community psychology and child development. Dr. Fowler’s research focuses on programs and policies that promote housing stability among at-risk children and families. His work uses innovative methods to investigate the longitudinal associations of housing instability and emotional, behavioral, and educational outcomes.
Fowler also serves as affiliated faculty in the Clinical and Community Psychology Programs at DePaul University in Chicago. At the Brown School, Fowler teaches courses on program evaluation and developmental psychopathology.