Dr. Richard Heimberg has won the American Psychological Association’s Toy Caldwell-Colbert Award for Distinguished Educator in Clinical Psychology. A presentation will be made honoring awardees during Division 12’s program at the 2014 APA Convention in Washington, DC.
Only a small number of William T. Grant Scholars are selected every year, and each receives $350,000 distributed over a five-year period. Joanna Lee Williams is Assistant Professor in the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia and is a graduate of the Developmental Program. Her doctoral advisor was Laurence Steinberg. Click here…Details
Nora Newcombe’s research on episodic memory in young children was recently highlighted by TU News. For more information see:
Dr.Jason Chein and his student Gail Rosenbaum have been awarded seed funding for their project ” Risky Behavior in Adolescents–Mechanisms and Policy Implications”. The funding is from the FOX School of Business through the Young Scholars Interdisciplinary Forum, and the research is being done in collaboration with Dr. Vinod Venkatraman.
Courtney L. Benjamin, PhD, Currently in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania, and a recent graduate of the clinical program (Advisor Dr. Phillip C. Kendall), was awarded an F32 postdoctoral fellowship. The 3-year project is entitled “Team Functioning in School Mental Health Implementing CBT”.
Jessica Hamilton and Liza Rubenstein (both students of Dr. Lauren Alloy) have won Emerging Scholar Travel Awards from the Society for Research in Adolescence.
Richard Liu (2011 Temple PhD, Dr. Lauren Alloy’s student) has just been awarded an NIMH R01 grant entitled “Life Stress, Impulsivity, and Adolescent Suicidal Behavior”. Richard has been hired as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
Amanda Morrison (student of Dr. Richard Heimberg) has just accepted a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University with Dr. James Gross.
Jonathan Stange (a student of Dr. Lauren Alloy) has received the Division 12 Research Award in Clinical Psychology from the American Psychological Association. This is a particularly prestigious student research award, based on not just one research paper, but instead on the whole body of research and CV.
Louisa Sylvia and Noreen Reilly-Harrington, alumni of our clinical Ph.D. program have a new book out: The Bipolar II Disorder Workbook, published by New Harbinger Press. Drs. Sylvia and Reilly-Harrington are on the faculty at Mass. General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and both are former Ph.D. students of Lauren Alloy.