Assessment and Risk Studies

2014 Focus Grant: Short-Term Risk

Matt Nock, Ph.D.
Development of a Novel Method for the Short-Term Prediction of Suicidal Behavior

Harvard University
Focus Grant (2013): $1,043,263

David Goldston, Ph.D.

Cognitive/Affective Mechanisms of Risk among Suicidal Adults with and without Substance Abuse

Duke University School of Medicine
Distinguished Investigator Grant (2013): $99,920

J. John Mann, M.D.

Grieving Suicide: Clinical Aspects and Neural Circuitry

The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York
Distinguished Investigator Grant (2013): $100,000

Andrew Nierenberg, M.D.

Reconceptualizing Suicide as Impaired Temporal Discounting: An fMRI Study in Bipolar Disorder

Massachusetts General Hospital
Distinguished Investigator Grant (2013): $99,842

Norman B. Schmidt, Ph.D.

Suicide Risk Prevention among Patients with Anxiety Psychopathology

Florida State University
Distinguished Investigator Grant (2013): $99,996

Kelly Cukrowicz, Ph.D.

Suicide Risk in Rural Adults: A Comprehensive Model of Risk

Texas Tech University
Standard Research Grant (2013): $90,000

Julia Steinberg, Ph.D.

Understanding the Relationship Between Pregnancy Outcomes and Subsequent Suicide Risk

University of California San Francisco
Standard Research Grant (2013): $90,000

Liang Zhou, M.D., Ph.D.

Being Left Behind and Suicide among Rural Chinese Elderly: A Psychological Autopsy Case Control Study

School of Public Health, Central South University
Standard Research Grant (2013): $90,000

Shari Jager-Hyman, Ph.D.

Emotion Dysregulation as a Potential Mechanism of the Relation between Anxiety and Suicide Attempts

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Young Investigator Grant (2013): $85,000
Mentor: Gregory Brown, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Maria Theresa Redaniel, Ph.D.

The Use of Capture-Recapture Methods and Verbal Autopsy in Identifying the True Incidence of Suicide

University of Bristol
Pilot Research Grant (2013): $30,000