We recently held a virtual mini-conference for the HiTOP Measures Development Workgroup. The agenda and talks were recorderd and can be viewed here.
Congratulations are in order for Trevor Williams, who recently defended his dissertation, entitled “Understanding borderline personality disorder through trait models and social cognitive processes.” Dr. Williams has now moved on to a post-doctoral position at Northwestern University.
The lab welcomes Courtney O’Keefe, who comes to us from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA, to coordinate our NVS/HiTOP great project!
The 3PL has been awarded an NIMH grant to build self-report and interview measures of Negative Valence System (NVS) constructs (i.e., relevant to depression and anxiety) from NIMH’s Research Domain Criteria (RDoC). The project is a multi-site project, along with Stony Brook University and the University of North Texas. UB is the lead site. Stay […]
Trevor Williams, a senior doctoral student in the lab, has been awarded the Bugelski Dissertation Award from the Department of Psychology. Nice job, Trevor!!
The 3PL was excited to host the national conferences for the Society for Research in Psychopathology (SRP) and the Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP) consortium, both in Buffalo, in September 2019.
The 3PL was fortunate to welcome Leah Emery to the lab in September as a new doctoral student. Leah came to us after earning her Master’s degree from Wake Forest University.
We will be using this space to highlight the most recent work coming out of our lab. Stay tuned.