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Degree Program - PhD

ryan-andrewsRyan M. Andrews

Year entered: 2013

Previous degrees:
SB, Brain and Cognitive Sciences; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Advisor: Michelle C. Carlson, PhD

Research interests: My interests fall into two complementary areas. First, I am interested in how technology can be used in epidemiological studies to improve data quality and precision. Second, I am interested in the proper use and the advancement of statistical tools applicable to problems commonly seen in observational studies, such as misclassification, measurement error, or confounding. I currently pursue both interests in the context of cognitive aging and dementia prevention.

Publications:

  1. Michna, E., Cheng, W. Y., Korves, C., Birnbaum, H., Andrews, R., et al. (2014). Systematic Literature Review and Meta‐Analysis of the Efficacy and Safety of Prescription Opioids, Including Abuse‐Deterrent Formulations, in Non‐Cancer Pain Management. Pain medicine, 15(1), 79-92.

Jura AugustinaviciusJura Augustinavicius

Year entered: 2014

Previous degrees:
MHS, Mental Health; 2014, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
MSc, Cell and Systems Biology, Collaborative Program in Neuroscience; 2013, University of Toronto
BA, Psychology and Political Science; 2011, University of Western Ontario

Advisor: Judith Bass, PhD

Research interests: Global mental health, caregiver mental health and child neurodevelopment, mixed methods, and mental health in conflict affected settings

Publications:

  1. Augustinavicius, J.L., Zanjani, A., Zakzanis, K.K., & Shapiro, C. M. (2014). Polysomnographic features of early-onset depression: a meta-analysis. J Affect Disord, 158, 11-18.
  2. Chen-Edinboro, L.P., Kaufmann, C.N., Augustinavicius, J.L., Mojtabai, R., Parisi, J. M., Wennberg, A.M., Smith, M. T., & Spira, A.P. (2014) Neighborhood physical disorder, social cohesion, and insomnia: results from participants over age 50 in the Health and Retirement Study. Int Psychogeriatr, 1-8.
  3. Simonelli, G., Leanza, Y., Boilard, A., Hyland, M., Augustinavicius, J.L., Cardinali, D. P., Vallieres, A., Perez-Chada, D., & Vigo, D. E. (2013) Sleep and Quality of life in urban poverty: the effect of a slum housing upgrading program. Sleep, 36 (11), 1669-1676.

Sherri-Chanelle BrighthauptSherri-Chanelle Brighthaupt

Year entered: 2016

Previous degrees:
BA, Psychology; 2016; Columbia University

Advisor: Rashelle Musci, PhD

Research interests: Broadly interested in illicit substance use, more specifically risk and protective factors for problematic substance use and development of innovative and culturally-specific drug abuse prevention programming.

Email: sbright5@jhu.edu

April Joy DamianApril Joy Damian

Year entered: 2014

Previous degrees:
MSc, Medical Sciences; 2012; Harvard Medical School
BA, Ethnic Studies; 2006; University of California, Berkeley

Advisor: Tamar Mendelson, PhD

Research interests: My primary research interests focus on mindfulness, resiliency, and trauma, particularly in urban underserved communities.

Email: adamian2@jhu.edu

Publications:

  1. Damian, A.J., & Diaz S.F. (2009). Telemedicine for the New Majority in California: A Report to the California Program on Access to Care. The California Program on Access to Care, University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health: Berkeley, CA.
  2. Damian A.J., Gonzalez N., & Ignacio L. (2009). Beyond the Stimulus: Opportunities & Challenges in Reforming our National Healthcare System. The Greenlining Institute: Berkeley, CA.

David Fakunle3David Fakunle

Year entered: 2013

Previous degrees:
BA, Psychology/Criminology & Criminal Justice; 2009; University of Maryland, College Park

Advisor: Debra Furr-Holden, PhD

Research interests: I am interested in socio-ecological factors of urban maladaptive behavior, and the utilization of art for social justice.

Email: dfakunl1@jhu.edu

Publications:

  1. Fakunle DO, Milam AJ, Furr-Holden CDM, Butler III, J, Thorpe RJ, LaVeist, TA. The inequitable distribution of tobacco outlet density: The role of income in two Black Mid-Atlantic geopolitical areas. Submitted to Public Health.

  2. Kinlock BL, Thorpe RJ, Howard D, Bowie JV, Ross LE, Fakunle DO, et al. Racial disparity in the time between being diagnosed and initial treatment of prostate cancer. Accepted to Cancer Control

  3. Smiley, C., & Fakunle, D.O., (2015). From “Brute” to “Thug”: The Demonization and Criminalization of Unarmed Black Male Victims in America. Submitted to The Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.

  4. Furr-Holden CDM, Milam AJ, Nesoff E, Johnson R, Fakunle DO, Jennings J, et al. Not in my back yard: A comparative analysis of crime around publicly-funded drug treatment centers, liquor stores, convenience stores, and corner stores in one Mid-Atlantic city. Accepted to Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs.

  5. Fakunle DO, Milam AJ, Furr-Holden CD. Income variability by race in tobacco outlet density in Maryland. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 2015;(146): e274. doi: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2014.09.211.

  6. Fakunle D, Morton CM, Peterson NA. The importance of income in the link between tobacco outlet density and demographics at the tract level of analysis in New Jersey. J Ethn Subst Abuse. 2010;9(4):249-59. doi: 10.1080/15332640.2010.522890.

Kenneth FederKenneth Feder

Year entered: 2015

Previous degree:
BA, Physics and Psychology; Wesleyan University

Advisor: Elizabeth Letourneau, PhD

Research Interests: Abuse, neglect, and other traumas in childhood are associated with serious mental and physical illness over the life course. I am interested in policies and programs that can prevent childhood victimization and trauma.

Publications (White Papers and Testimony):

  1. Feder, K. (2014). “Connecticut’s invisible opportunity gap: Academic challenges facing children and youth in foster care.” Connecticut Voices for Children. Available at http://www.ctvoices.org/publications/connecticuts-invisible-opportunity-gap-academic-challenges-facing-children-and-youth-fo.
  2. Feder, K. (2015). “Testimony regarding DCF services to prepare youth aging out of State care.” Connecticut Voices for Children. Testimony before the Committee on Program Review and Investigation Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly, Oct. 3rd, 2013. Availabe at http://www.ctvoices.org/sites/default/files/100313_pric_dcfagingoutstatecare.pdf

Shoshanna FineShoshanna Fine

Year entered: 2016

Previous degree:
AB, English; 2010; Harvard University
MPH, Global Health and Population; 2016; Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Advisor: Judith Bass, PhD

Research Interests: Global mental health, trauma, adolescent development, conflict and post-conflict populations.

Email: slfine@jhu.edu

Publications:

  1. Sharma, M., Fine, S.L., Brennan, R.T., Betancourt, T.S. Mental Health Outcomes among Sierra Leonean War-affected Youth: Results from a Longitudinal Study. Development and Psychopathology. Forthcoming.

Erin GoodellErin Goodell

Year entered: 2014

Previous degrees:
BS, Public Health; 2007; University of North Carolina
SM, Epidemiology; 2014; Harvard University

Advisor: Renee M. Johnson, PhD

Research interests:   Risk and protective factors for substance use and intimate partner violence in U.S. military populations, focusing on active duty and reserve component personnel as well as their families and social groups.

Email: eander60@jhu.edu

Claire Greene 1M. Claire Greene

Year entered: 2014

Previous degrees:
MPH, Chronic Disease Epidemiology, Global Health Concentration; 2012; Yale University
BS, Biology, Psychology minor; 2010; Loyola Marymount University

Advisor: Wietse Tol, PhD

Research interests: Mental health, substance use and violence prevention in humanitarian settings.

Email: mgree116@jhu.edu

Publications (selected):

  1. Schuman-Olivier Z, Bergman BG, Greene MC, Kelly JF (2014). Is residential treatment effective for opioid use disorders?  A longitudinal comparison of treatment outcomes among opioid dependent, opioid misusing, and non-opioid using emerging adults with substance use disorder.  Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 144: 178-185.
  2. Greene MC, Kelly JF (2014).  The prevalence of cannabis withdrawal and its influence on adolescents’ treatment response and outcomes: A 12-month prospective investigation.  Journal of Addiction Medicine, 8(5): 359-367.
  3. Kelly JF, Greene MC (2014).  Where there’s a will there’s a way?  An investigation of the interplay between recovery motivation and self-efficacy in predicting treatment outcome. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 28(3): 928-934.
  4. Bergman BG, Greene MC, Hoeppner BB, Slaymaker V, Kelly JF (2014). Psychiatric comorbidity and 12-step participation: A longitudinal investigation of treated young adults. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 38(2): 501-510.
  5. Tol WA, Stavrou V, Greene MC, Mergenthaler C, van Ommeren M, Garcia-Moreno C (2013). Sexual and gender-based violence in areas of armed conflict: a systematic review of mental health and psychosocial support interventions. Conflict and Health, 7(16).
  6. Greene MC, Zhang J, Li J, Desai M, Kershaw T (2013).  Mental health and social support among HIV-positive injection drug users and their caregivers in China. AIDS and Behavior, 17(5): 1775-1784.

Calliope HolingueCalliope Holingue

Year entered: 2015

Previous degrees:
MPH, Epidemiology/Biostatistics; 2015; UC Berkeley
BA, Public Health and Molecular and Cell Biology; 2013; UC Berkeley

Advisor: M. Daniele Fallin, PhD and Peter Zandi, PhD

Research interests: Connection between the immune system, gastrointestinal health and the incidence of psychiatric disorders.

Email: choling1@jhu.edu

Luke Kalb2Luke Kalb

Year entered: 2013

Previous degrees:
MHS, Mental Health; 2008; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
BA, Psychology; 2006; University of Baltimore

Advisor: Elizabeth Stuart, PhD

Research interests: Psychiatric Service Utilization; Developmental Disabilities; Mental Health Crisis

Email: lkalb2@jhu.edu

Publications:

  1. Ballard, E., Kalb, L., Vasa, R., Goldstein, M., Wilcox, H. Self-harm, Assault, and Undetermined Intent Injuries among Pediatric Emergency Department Visits. (In Press). Pediatric Emergency Care.
  2. Vasa, R., Suskauer, S., Thorn, J., Kalb, L., Grados, M., Slomine, B., & Gerring, J. (2015). Prevalence and Predictors of Affective Lability after Paediatric Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury. doi:10.3109/02699052.2015.1005670
  3. Keefer, A., Kalb, L., Vasa, R., Mazurek, M., Freedman, B., & Kanne, S. (2015) Methodological Considerations When Assessing Restricted and Repetitive Behaviors and Aggression. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. doi: 10.1016/j.rasd.2014.07.019
  4. Bent, S., Hendren, RL., Zandi, T., Law, K., Choi, JE., Widjaja F., Kalb, L., Nestle, J., & Law, P. (2014). Internet-based, randomized, controlled trial of omega-3 Fatty acids for hyperactivity in autism. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. doi: 10.1016/j.jaac.2014.01.018.
  5. Zablotsky, B., Kalb, L., Stuart, E., Freedman, B., & Vasa, R. (2013) Impact of Healthcare Experiences on Family Finances among Parents Raising a Child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Psychiatric Services. DOI: 10.1176/appi.ps.201200552.
  6. Vasa, R., Kalb, L., Freedman, B., Mazurek, M., Keefer, A., Kanne, S., & Murray, D. (2013). Age-related Trends in Anxiety among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. DOI: 10.1016/j.rasd.2013.07.005
  7. Wodka, E., Mathy P., & Kalb, L. (2013) Predictors of Phrase and Fluent Speech in Children with Autism and Severe Language-Delay. Pediatrics. DOI: 10.1542/peds.2012-2221.
  8. Kalb, L., Stuart, E., Freedman, B., Zablotsky, B., & Vasa, R. (2012) Psychiatric-related Emergency Department Visits among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Pediatric Emergency Care. DOI: 10.1097/PEC.0b013e3182767d96.
  9. Landa, R. & Kalb, L. (2012) Long-Term Outcomes of Toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorders Exposed to Short-term Intervention. Pediatrics. DOI: 10.1542/peds.2012-0900Q.
  10. Kalb, L., Freedman, B., Foster, C., Menon, D., Kisfy, L., Landa, R., & Law, P. (2012) Determinants of Appointment Attendance at an Outpatient Pediatric Autism Clinic. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. DOI: 10.1097/DBP.0b013e31826c66ef.
  11. Kalb, L., Cohen, C., Lehmann, H., & Law, P. (2012) Survey Nonresponse in an Internet-Mediated, Longitudinal Autism Research Study. Journal of American Medical Informatics Association. DOI: 10.1136/amiajnl-2012-000863.
  12. Mazurek, M., Vasa, R., Kalb, L., Kanne, S., Rosenberg, D., Keefer, A., Murray, D., Freedman, B., & Lowery, L. (2012) Examining Relations between Anxiety, Sensory Over-Responsivity, and Gastrointestinal Problems among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. DOI 10.1007/s10802-012-9668-x.
  13. Freedman, B., Kalb, L., Zablotsky, B., & Stuart, E. (2012) Relationship Status among Parents of Child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Population-Based Study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, DOI: 10.1007/s10803-011-1269-y.
  14. Zayat, M., Kalb, L., & Wodka, E. (2011). Performance Pattern Differences on Measures of Verbal Intelligence in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, DOI: 10.1007/s10803-011-1207-z.
  15. Kalb, L., Law, K., Landa, R., & Law, P. (2010) Onset Patterns Prior to 36 Months in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, DOI: 10.1007/s10803-010-0998-7.

Noa KrawczykNoa Krawczyk

Year entered: 2015

Previous degree:
BA, Biology; Macaulay Honors Program at CUNY Hunter College; 2012

Advisor: Debra Furr-Holden, PhD

Research interests: My research interests are understanding how drug users’ access to treatment and health services are influenced by sociological factors and working to implement effective interventions and prevention strategies for substance abuse and co-morbidities including HIV, HCV, and mental health disorders.

Email: noa.krawczyk@jhu.edu

Publications:

  1. N. Krawczyk, C. Linhares, F. Bastos. The interplay between drug-use behaviors, settings, and access to care: a qualitative study exploring attitudes and experiences of crack cocaine users in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Brazil. Journal o Harm Reduction: 2015 Aug; 12(1):24. doi: 10.1186/s12954-015-0059-9.
  2. N. Krawczyk, A. Meyer, M. Fonseca, J. Silva de Lima. Suicide mortality among agricultural workers in a region with intensive tobacco farming and use of pesticides in Brazil. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: 2014 Sep; 56(9):993-1000. doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000000214.
  3. M. Hsu, B. Keele, M. Aravantinou, N. Krawczyk, S. Seidor, et al. Exposure to MIV-150 from a high-dose intravaginal ring results in limited selection of drug resistance mutations in SHIV-RT infected rhesus macaques. PLOS ONE: 2014 9(2): e89300. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0089300.

Daniel LakinDaniel Lakin

Year entered: 2015

Previous degrees:
MA, Clinical Psychology; 2014; Columbia University
BA, Psychology; 2010; Kenyon College

Advisor: Judith Bass, PhD

Research interests: Global mental health, low-intensity psychotherapy in humanitarian crises and low-income settings, treatment development and implementation in developing countries, reverse innovation.

Email: dlakin2@jhu.edu

Yian LinYian Lin

Year entered: 2016

Previous Degrees:
BS, Biological Sciences; 2016; Fudan University

Advisor: Peter P. Zandi, PhD

Research interests: Relationships between genetic backgrounds of patients with psychiatric disorders and responses to pharmacological treatments.

Email: yian_lin@jhu.edu

Publications:

  1. Sun, Z. C., Ge, J. L., Guo, B., Guo, J., Hao, M., Wu, Y. C., Lin, Y. A., La, T., Yao, P. T., Mei, Y. A., Feng, Y. & Xue, L. Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Facilitate Vesicle Endocytosis by Increasing Presynaptic Calcium Channel Expression at a Central Synapse. Sci. Rep. 6, 21774; doi: 10.1038/srep21774 (2016).

Kyle MooredKyle Moored

Year entered: 2016

Previous degree(s):
BS, Psychology; 2014; University of Michigan

Advisor: Michelle Carlson, PhD

Research interests: Broadly interested in healthy aging and how community interventions can be used to prevent aging-related physical and cognitive declines. I am also interested in the connection between stress and neurodegenerative diseases (e.g. Alzheimer’s).

Email: kmoored1@jhu.edu

Publications:

  1. Kim, E. S., Moored, K. D., Giasson, H. L., & Smith, J. (2014). Satisfaction with aging and use of preventive health services. Preventive medicine, 69, 176-180.

Jocelynn OwusuJocelynn Owusu

Year entered: 2015

Previous degrees:
MPH, Health Behavior and Health Education; 2012; University of Michigan
BA, Psychology; 2009; University of Michigan

Advisor: Adam Spira, PhD and Tamar Mendelson, PhD

Research interests: The role of sleep disturbances in mental and physical health disparities, particularly among older adults.

Email: jowusu1@jhu.edu

Selected Publications:

  1. Owusu JT, Anderson FJ, Coleman J, Oppong S, Seffah JD, Aikins A, O’Brien LM. Association between maternal sleep practices, pre-eclampsia, low birth weight, and stillbirth in Ghanaian women. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 2013 121 (3) 261-5.
  2. O’Brien LM, Owusu JT, Swanson LM. Habitual snoring and depressive symptoms during pregnancy. BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth 2013 13 (113).
  3. O’Brien LM, Bullough AS, Owusu JT, Tremblay KA, Brincat, CA, Chames MC, Kalbfleisch JD, Chervin RD. Snoring during pregnancy and delivery outcomes: A cohort study. Sleep 2013 36(11) 1625-32.
  4. O’Brien LM, Bullough AS, Owusu JT, Tremblay KA, Brincat, CA, Chames MC, Kalbfleisch JD, Chervin RD. Pregnancy-onset habitual snoring, gestational hypertension, and preeclampsia: prospective cohort study. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 2012 207 (6) 487.e1-487.e9.
  5. O’Brien LM, Koo J, Fan L, Owusu JT, Chotinaiwattarakul W, Felt BT, Chervin RD. Iron stores, periodic leg movements, and sleepiness in obstructive sleep apnea. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 2009 5 (6) 525-531.

Kristin SchneiderKristin Schneider

Year entered: 2015

Previous degree: BA, Psychology and Sociology; 2013; New York University

Advisor: Renee M. Johnson, PhD

Research interests: Adolescent substance use and violence; health disparities, community level intervention, and resiliency for youth in low-income urban settings.

Email: kschne18@jhu.edu

Emma K. StappEmma K. Stapp

Year entered: 2012

Previous degrees:
MHS, Mental Health; 2010; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
BA, Psychology; 2004; The Pennsylvania State University

Advisor: Peter Zandi, PhD

Research interests: Predoctoral fellow in psychiatric epidemiology interested in the etiology, course, and intervention of bipolar disorder; stress; and pharmacoepidemiology.

Lydia StewartLydia Stewart

Year entered: 2014

Previous degrees:
MHS, Mental Health Johns Hopkins
BSPH, Health Policy and Management University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Advisor: M. Daniele Fallin, PhD

Research interests: Research interests: Autism Spectrum Disorder across the lifespan and in low-resource settings globally

Email: Lstewa25@jhu.edu

Ryoko SusukidaRyoko Susukida

Year entered: 2013

Previous degrees:
PhD, Public Economics; 2013; National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
BA, Economics; 2010; University of Tokyo

Advisor: Tamar Mendelson, PhD and Holly C. Wilcox, PhD

Research interests: Risk/protective factors of suicidal behaviors, suicide prevention/intervention and help-seeking behaviors among suicidal individuals.

Email: rsusuki1@jhu.edu

Publications:

  1. Susukida, R. “A Prefecture-Level Panel Data Analysis of Mental Health Problems and Suicide” (in Japanese) 2014. Nihon Keizai Kenkyu (Japan Economic Journal).
  2. Susukida, R., Mojtabai, R., Mendelson, T. “Sex differences in help seeking for mood and anxiety disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey-Replication” 2015. Depression and Anxiety, Early View available from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/da.22366/abstract.
  3. Susukida, R., Mojtabai, R., Guillermo Murcia, Mendelson, T. "Residential mobility and risk of major depressive episode among adolescents in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health" 2015. Journal of Public Health. Early View available from http://jpubhealth.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2015/08/10/pubmed.fdv100.abstract.

Kayla TormohlenKayla Tormohlen

Year entered: 2016

Previous degrees:
MPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2016
BA, Psychology, University of Northern Colorado, 2013

Advisor: Tamar Mendelson, PhD

Research interests: Co-occurrence of substance use and mental health problems and the factors that decrease the likelihood of receiving and completing treatment, particularly in urban populations.

Email: ktormoh1@jhu.edu

Publications:

  1. Footer, K. H., Silberzahn, B. E., Tormohlen, K. N., & Sherman, S. G. (2016). Policing practices as a structural determinant for HIV among sex workers: a systematic review of empirical findings. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 19(4Suppl 3).
  2. Phillips, K. T., Phillips, M. M., Lalonde, T. L., & Tormohlen, K. N. (2015). Marijuana use, craving, and academic motivation and performance among college students: An in-the-moment study. Addictive behaviors, 47, 42-47.
  3. Stuppy-Sullivan, A. M., Tormohlen, K. N., & Yi, R. (2016). Exchanging the liquidity hypothesis: Delay discounting of money and self-relevant non-money rewards. Behavioural processes, 122, 16-20.

Marian TzuangYuan (Marian) Tzuang

Year entered: 2015

Previous degrees:
MSW, Gerontology Concentration, School of Social Welfare; 2008; University of California, Berkeley
BSW, Department of Social Work; 2005; National Taiwan University

Advisor: Adam Spira, PhD and George Rebok, PhD

Research interests: My research interest lies in the prevention of cognitive decline as well as developing intervention models that enhance cognitive functioning in older adults. I am also interested in “scaling-up” existing evidence-based prevention and intervention strategies through the use of technology to actively manage modifiable risk factors for cognitive decline at the population level.

Email: ytzuang1@jhu.edu

Publications:

  1. Gallagher-Thompson, D., Tzuang, M., Valverde, I., Alvarez, P., Nevarez, J., Chen, N., …Thompson, L.W. (2015). Effectiveness of a fotonovela for reducing depression and stress in Latino dementia family caregivers. Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders, 29(2), 146-153.
  2. Tzuang, M., & Gallagher-Thompson, D. (2014). Caring for caregivers of a person with dementia. In Pachana, N.A., & Laidlaw, K (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Geropsychology: International Perspectives (797-836). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  3. Gallagher-Thompson, D., Tzuang, Y.M., Au, A., Brodaty, H., Charlesworth, G., Gupta, R.,…Shyu, Y-I. (2012). International perspectives on non-pharmacological best practices for dementia family caregivers: A review. Clinical Gerontologist, 35(4), 316-355.
  4. Gallagher-Thompson, D., Tzuang, Y. M., Au, A., Wang, D., Tsien, T. B. K., & Wang, P. C. (2011). Challenges (and costs) of dealing With Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias: Insights from Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. In Eggleston, K. N. (Ed.), Aging in Asia: The Economic and Social Implications of Rapid Demographic Change in China, Japan, and South Korea. Stanford, CA: The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center.

Lindsey WebbLindsey Webb

Year entered: 2016

Previous degrees:
BS, Psychology, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), 2009
MS, Counseling Psychology, Loyola University Maryland, 2012
MHS, Mental Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2016

Advisor: Tamar Mendelson, PhD

Research interests: Prevention programs for children and youth, specifically mindfulness-based programs in urban school and community settings.  Additionally, I'm interested in researching effective implementation methods and the mechanisms through which mindfulness improves mental health.

Email: lwebb7@jhmi.edu; lindsey.rochelle.webb@gmail.com

Publications:

  1. Webb, L., Stegall, S., Mirabile, S., Zeman, J., Shields, A., & Perry-Parrish, C. (2016) The management and expression of pride: Age and gender effects across adolescence. Journal of Adolescence, 52, 1-11. doi: 10.1016/j.adolescence.2016.06.009
  2. Perry-Parrish, C., Copeland-Linder, N., Webb, L., Shields, A., & Sibinga, E. (in press) Improving self-regulation in adolescents: Current evidence for the role of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy. Adolescent Health, Medicine and Therapeutics.
  3. Perry-Parrish, C., Copeland-Linder, N., Webb, L., & Sibinga, E.M.S. (2016). Mindfulness-based approaches for children and youth. Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health Care,46, 172-178. doi: 10.1016/j.cppeds.2015.12.006
  4. Sibinga, E., Webb, L., Ghazarian, S., & Ellen, J.  (2016). Primary prevention for Baltimore youth through school-based mindfulness instruction: An RCT. Pediatrics, 137(1), 1-8. doi: 10.1542/peds.2015-2532
  5. Weiss-Laxer, N., Platt, R., Osborne, L., Kimmel, M., Solomon, B., Mendelson, T., Webb, L., & Riley, A. (2015). Beyond screening: A review of pediatric primary care models to address maternal depression. Pediatric Research, online printing, 1-8. doi: 10.1038/pr.2015.214
  6. Perry-Parrish, C., Webb, L., Zeman, J., Spencer, S., Malone, C., Reynolds, E., Hankinson, J., Specht, M., & Ostrander, R. (2015). Anger regulation and social acceptance in early adolescence: Associations with gender and ethnicity. Journal of Early Adolescence, online printing, 1-27. doi: 10.1177/0272431615611255