We are focused on using technology and cross-cutting translational research to better the understanding and treatment of anxiety, trauma, and suicide-related psychopathology. Our research program examines anxiety-related vulnerability factors such as anxiety sensitivity, distress tolerance, and cognitive biases. On the applied side, we focus on computer-delivered interventions for these conditions.
Dr. Capron was a guest on WLOX News discussing Suicide Prevention Month on September 20th!
Dr. Capron's research excellence was recognized twice in 2019 (so far)! He received the Lucas Endowment for Faculty Excellence, an award that recognizes faculty excellence in research and instruction, as well as the Junior Faculty Research Award, which recognizes early-career professors for outstanding teaching, creativity, and research.
Congratulations to third year Brian Bauer, for receiving the Citizen Scientist Student Award at this year's American Association of Suicidology conference!
Dr. Capron and Dr. Anestis were recently awarded two grants funded by the Department of Defense Military Suicide Research Consortium. As Principal Investigator, Dr. Capron will be funding a number of paid placements for graduate students through these projects in the coming years:
New ATRP publications out there! Congratulations to second year, Nicole Smith on her first-author publication in Psychiatry Research examining factors related to nocturnal panic attacks.
Congratulations to third year, Brian Bauer on his first-author publication in Clinical Psychological Science discussing the use of behavioral economics in suicide prevention research.
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