Grants

Canadian Institute for Health Research. Doctoral Research Award, Patient-Oriented Research,
2012-2015. $105,000. Mentor. (Trainee: Winnie Chung, BA).

OSU Center for Clinical and Translational Science. Effectiveness and Treatment Fidelity of MF-PEP in Community Settings. T1 Mentored Research Training Award. 2011-2012. $24,180. Mentor. (PI: Heather A. MacPherson, MA).

National Institute of Mental Health. Omega3 and Psychoeducational Psychotherapy for Childhood BP-NOS. R34. 2011-2014. $450,000. Co-Principal Investigator.

National Institute of Mental Health. Omega3 and Psychoeducational Psychotherapy for Childhood Depression. R34. 2011-2014. $450,000. Co-Principal Investigator.

Univeristy of Kansas Medical Center- Wichita, Dean’s Level 1 Grant. Translation of PEP Materials into Spanish. 2011, $3,000. Dr. Klaus, PI.

Burdge Family Foundation Matching Funds Grant. Multinutrient Supplement as Treatment for Pediatric Mood Dysregulation: A Case Series. 2010-2011. $10,000. Principal Investigator.

OSU Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship. Multinutrient Supplement as Treatment for Pediatric Mood Dysregulation: A Case Series. 2010-2011. $2,000. Advisor. (PI: Elisabeth A. Frazier, MA).

Wichita Council for Graduate Medical Education and Kansas Bioscience Authority. Psychoeducational Psychotherapy by Telemedicine for Children with Mood Disorders in Rural Kansas. 2010-2011. $99,984. Consultant. (PI: Nicole Klaus, PhD, KU Medical Center-Wichita, Wichita, KS).

National Institute of Mental Health.  Longitudinal Assessment of Manic Symptoms (LAMS).  2010-2015. $2,442,138.   Site Principal Investigator.  (Multi-Site Study PI:  Robert Findling, MD, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH).

OSU Center for Clinical and Translational Science Seed Grant.  Dissemination of an Evidence-Based Multi-Family Psychoeducational Psychotherapy (MF-PEP) for Children with Mood Disorders.  2009.  $14,991.  Principal Investigator.

Psychiatric Research Foundation, Open Label Pilot Exploration of a Nutritional Supplement for Childhood Mood Dysregulation. 2008-2009.  $9,000.  Co-Principal Investigator (with L. Eugene Arnold, MD, MEd).

Jeffrey Fellowship.  Dissemination of Psychoeducational Interventions for Youth.  2007-2009. $100,000.  Faculty Scholar.  Jeffrey Endowment, OSU-Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

National Institute of Mental Health.  A Novel Multimodal Intervention for Children with ADHD and Impaired Mood.  2008-2011.  $450,000.  Consultant (PI:  J. Waxmonsky, MD, State University of New York—Buffalo).

Agency for Health Research & Quality (AHRQ).  Pharmaceutical Safety Tracking (PhaST): Managing Medications for Patient Safety.  2008-2010.  Co-Investigator (PI:  Williarm Gardner, PhD, The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital).

Ohio Dept of Mental Health.  Comparison of Diagnostic Interviews for Children Accessing Outpatient Mental Health Services.  Dissertation Award.  2008-2009.  $3,039.  Advisor (PI:  Matthew E. Young, MA).

The Ohio State University-Columbus Children’s Research Institute.  Pharmaceutical Safety Tracking for Children Taking Antidepressants.  2006-2008.  Co-Principal Investigator, PI—OSU Site (with William Gardner, PhD—PI, CCRI Site).

National Institute of Mental Health.  Developing Psychotherapy Training Materials for Pediatric Bipolar Disorder.   (SBC: Child & Family Psychological Services, Inc.).  8/15/06-8/14/07. $100,000.  Principal Investigator.

Columbus Children’s Research Institute.  Web Based Survey of Sleep Problems in Childhood Bipolar Disorder.  2005-2006. $2,163.  Co-Investigator (PI:  Mark Splaingard, MD, Columbus Children’s Hospital Dept of Pediatrics, Columbus, OH).

National Institute of Mental Health.  Longitudinal Assessment of Manic Symptoms (LAMS).  2005-2010. $2,659,798.  Site Principal Investigator.  (Multi-Site Study PI:  Robert Findling, MD, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH).

Ohio Department of Mental Health.  Caregiver Stress in Parents of Children with Mood Disorders.  2004-2006. $19,156.  Principal Investigator.

Ohio Department of Mental Health.  Efficacy of Individual Family Psychoeducation for Early-Onset Bipolar Disorder.  2002-2004.  $98,857.  Principal Investigator.

National Institute of Mental Health.  Family Psychoeducation: Efficacy in Childhood Mood Disorders. $1,822,240.  2001-2007. Principal Investigator.

Ohio Department of Mental Health.  A Community Based Trial of Family Psychoeducation for Childhood Mood Disorders.  $86,142. 1997-2000.  Principal Investigator.

Ohio State University, Seed Grant.  Phenomenology and Clinical Course of Bipolar Disorder in Prepubertal Children.  $16,000.  1990-1991.  Principal Investigator.

Ohio State University, Bremer Grant.  Phenomenology of and Risk Factors for Bipolar Disorder in Prepubertal Children.  $4,969.  1989-1990.  Principal Investigator.

National Institute of Mental Health. Development of Mania Rating Scales for Children Age 6-12.  $35,750.  1989-1990.  Principal Investigator.

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