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Research

Current Projects

RESEARCH—CURRENT GRANT FUNDED PROJECTS

2013-2018 National Institute of Mental Health, 2R01MH077195-07A1
"2/2 Bending adolescent depression trajectories through
personalized prevention"
Role: Co-Primary Investigator (Jami Young, co-PI).
9/26/13 through 8/30/18.

2014-2016 National Institute of Mental Health, R21
"Links among adolescent executive function, effortful control and
psychopathology"
Role: Primary Investigator.
7/1/14 through 6/31/16.

2013-2015 Knoebel Institute for Longevity and Health
"Telomere length as biomarker to depression: Longitudinal investigation
and links to mental and physical health."
Role: Primary Investigator

2013-2015 University of Denver
Professional Research Opportunities for Faculty (PROF)
"Links between depression and executive function in adolescents."
Role: Primary Investigator

2010-2015 Spanish Government Research Agency
"Development of depression in adolescents: Contributions from a
transactional perspective of cognitive vulnerability and gender differences."
Role: Co-Investigator (Esther Calvete, PI)

2010-2015 Basque Government Research Agency
"Cognitive specificity to depression and social anxiety in adolescence"
Role: Co-Investigator (Esther Calvete, PI)

RESEARCH—STUDENT/POSTDOC GRANT FUNDED PROJECTS

2013-2015 National Institute of Mental Health, pre-doctoral NRSA application.
"ADHD and conduct disorder symptoms: Transactional influences and genetic effects."
Role: Faculty co-Sponsor (Anne Arnett, Ph.D. candidate).
Funded 9/1/13 through 8/31/15.

2013-2015 National Institute of Mental Health, post-doctoral NRSA application.
"Links between depression and executive function impairment in
adolescents." 1F32MH098481-01A1
Role: Faculty Sponsor (Hannah Snyder, Ph.D.).
Funded 8/1/13 through 7/31/15.

2012-2015 National Institute of Mental Health, pre-doctoral NRSA application.
"Nonsuicidal self-injury in children and adolescents:
Developmental trajectories and predictors" 1F31MH097350-01A1
Role: Faculty Sponsor (Andrea Barrocas, Ph.D. candidate).
Funded 9/10/12 through 8/10/14.

2012-2015 National Institute of Mental Health, pre-doctoral NRSA application.
"Biased Attention to Emotional Faces as an Endophenotype Predicting Prospective Depression in Youth" 1F31MH097367-01A1
Role: Faculty Sponsor (Jessica Jenness, Ph.D. candidate).
Funded 6/10/12 through 6/10/14.

2011-2013 National Institute of Mental Health, F31MH094022-01A1
"Gene x Environment Interaction Predicting an Endophenotype for
Depression."
Role: Faculty Sponsor. (Caroline Oppenheimer, Ph.D.).
07/01/2011 through 06/31/2013.