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Doctoral student is three-time award winner

Allyson Diggins (mentor: Nicole Ennis, Ph.D.) has won the Dissertation Research Award from the American Psychological Association (APA), along with two other recent awards.

CHP doctoral student wins another award for dissertation research

Jacqueline Maye has won a dissertation research award for her mindfulness study.

CHP doctoral student wins multiple awards

Marie Chardon has won both a dissertation research award and a student research award. 

Dean’s Citation Paper Award winners in CHP

Breton Asken and Dr. Russell Bauer (senior author) were selected as the Dean’s Citation Paper Award winners in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology for their publication entitled ” ‘Playing Through It’: Delayed Reporting and […]

Publication of Review Paper on Controversial Topic

Breton Asken and Dr. Russell Bauer (senior author) led publication of a review paper on the controversial topic of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) […]

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Modifiable risk factors for youth substance use

Nov 13th, 2017

This presentation is focused on understanding substance use in youth who are in foster care placements, and more generally.

Predoctoral Series: Parkinson’s Disease / Brain Health

Oct 30th, 2017

A translational approach to motivational disturbances in Parkinson’s disease Brain Health Community Service and Engagement: How You Can Get Involved (Friday Colloquium – November 3, 2017 ~ 12:00 PM ~ Communicore […]

CHP faculty member receives grant funding from Climb for Cancer Foundation

Oct 13th, 2017

Pediatric Neuropsychologist Dr. Erika Cascio recently received grant funding to support psychological service provision within Shands Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Oncology department.  

Education & Advocacy Series: Anti-fat Bias

Oct 13th, 2017

Anti-fat Bias in the Medical System (Friday Colloquium – October 20, 2017 ~ 12:00 PM – Communicore Room C1-3)  

Student leadership from CHP doctoral student

Oct 11th, 2017

Aviva Ariel-Donges, M.S., was recently selected to be the next Chair of the Student Advisory Council of the Society for Health Psychology The Society for Health Psychology (SfHP; Division 38) of the American Psychological Society. […]

CHP faculty member addresses Glasgow conference

Oct 11th, 2017

Dr. Russell Bauer spoke at the Brain  Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) conference Sept. 27-28, 2017 

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