Behavioral Studies

Shireen Rizvi, Ph.D.

Feasibility and Efficacy of a DBT Skills "App" for Suicidal Individuals with BPD

Rutgers University
Standard Research Grant (2012): $72,040

Louisa Sylvia, Ph.D.

Brief Sleep Intervention for Suicide in Bipolar Disorder

Massachusetts General Hospital
Standard Research Grant (2012): $75,000

Michael Armey, Ph.D.

The Electronic Intervention for Suicidality (EIS): A Novel Adjunctive Treatment for Suicide Risk

Butler Hospital
Young Investigator Grant (2012): $84,027
Mentor: Ivan Miller, Ph.D., Butler Hospital

Jennifer L. Hughes, Ph.D.

Self Harm & Suicide Attempt Risk: Evaluation of an Intervention for Youths with Self-Harm Behavior

University of California, Los Angeles
Young Investigator Grant (2012): $85,000
Mentor: Joan R. Asarnow, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles

Sally M. Weinstein, Ph.D.

Identifying Risk Factors and Intervention Methods to Prevent Suicide in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder

University of Illinois at Chicago
Young Investigator Grant (2012): $85,000
Mentor: Mani Pavuluri, M.D., Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago

Megan Chesin, Ph.D.

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy + Safety Planning for Suicidal Behavior: A Treatment Development Study

Columbia University
Postdoctoral Fellowship (2012): $100,000
Mentor: Beth Brodsky, Ph.D., Columbia University

Ursula Whiteside, Ph.D.

Feasibility of an Online Intervention for Population-Based Suicide

Group Health Cooperative
Postdoctoral Fellow (2012): $98,804
Mentor: Gregory Simon, MD, MPH, Group Health Cooperative

Jo Robinson, M.Sc.

A Randomized Controlled Trial Investigating the Impact of a Regular SMS on Suicide Risk among School Students

Orygen Youth Health Research Center
Standard Research Grant (2009): $74,700

Guy Diamond, Ph.D.

Family Therapy for Hospital Care

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Distinguished Investigator Grant (2008): $85,000

Barbara Stanley, Ph.D.

Safety Planning Intervention for Suicidal Individuals who Contact Crisis Centers

Columbia University
Distinguished Investigator Grant (2008): $99,928