Current Funded Research

Predicting Suicide Risk in a Military Population

Principal Investigator(s):

Michael Anestis

Thinking Under Stress and the Risk of Suicide

Principal Investigator(s):

Beeta Homaifar

,

Melissa Amick

Looking for Suicide Warning Signs

Principal Investigator(s):

Dr. Courtney Bagge

,

Dr. Kenneth Conner

University of Mississippi Medical Center / University of Rochester Medical Center

Looking for Cognitive Differences in Suicidal Veterans

Principal Investigator(s):

Matthew Nock

Harvard University

Long Term Follow-Up for the MSRC DARTS Clinical Trial

Principal Investigator(s):

Brad Schmidt

Florida State University

Characterizing The Dynamics Of Acute Suicidal Affective Disturbance

Principal Investigator(s):

April Smith

Miami University

Using Brain Imaging to Study Suicide Risk

Principal Investigator(s):

Deborah Yurgelun-Todd

University of Utah

Increasing Connection To Care Among Military Service Members At Elevated Suicide Risk

Principal Investigator(s):

Thomas Joiner

,

Peter Gutierrez

Florida State University

Enhancing Identification of Suicide Risk among Military Service Members and Veterans: A Machine Learning Approach to Suicidality

Principal Investigator(s):

Andrew Littlefield

Texas Tech Universty

Profiles of Behavioral Warning Signs for Suicide Attempts in the Prediction of Future Suicidality

Principal Investigator(s):

Courtney Bagge

University of Mississippi Medical Center

Building Stronger Allies

Principal Investigator(s):

Brad Schmidt

Florida State University

Interoceptive Deficits and Suicidality

Principal Investigator(s):

April Smith

Miami University

Facilitating Assessment Of At-Risk Sailors With Technology (FAAST)

Principal Investigator(s):

Lisa Brenner, Ph.D.

Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center, Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center (MIRECC)

Suicide Bereavement in Veterans and Military Families

Principal Investigator(s):

Julie Cerel

University of Kentucky

Window to Hope

Principal Investigator(s):

Lisa Brenner

University of Colorado School of Medicine

Military Continuity Project (MCP)

Principal Investigator(s):

Katherine A. Comtois, Ph.D.

University of Washington

An Improved Virtual Hope Box

Principal Investigator(s):

Nigel Bush, Ph.D.

National Center for Telehealth & Technology

Brief Intervention for Short- Term Suicide Risk Reduction in Military Populations

Principal Investigator(s):

Craig J. Bryan, PsyD.

The University of Utah, National Center for Veterans

Preventing Suicide by Decreasing Anxiety and Improving Mood

Principal Investigator(s):

Norman B. Schmidt, Ph.D.

Florida State University

Toward a Gold Standard for Suicide Risk Assessment for Military Personnel

Principal Investigator(s):

Thomas Joiner

,

Peter Gutierrez

Optimized Suicide Risk Detection and Management in Military Primary Care

Principal Investigator(s):

Jessica Ribeiro

Florida State University

Studying Group Therapy for Suicidal Veterans

Principal Investigator(s):

Dr. Lora Johnson

VA Medical Center, Louisville, Kentucky

Mobile Intepretation Bias Modification Clinical Trial

Principal Investigator(s):

Daniel Capron

University of Southern Mississippi

Increasing Access to Insomnia Treatment to Decrease Suicide Risk through Computerized Insomnia Programs

Principal Investigator(s):

Sarra Nazem

Denver VA Medical Center and the University of Colorado Medical Center

Three Year Follow-Up Study on Suicide Risk Assessments within Suicide-Specific Group Therapy Treatment for Veterans

Principal Investigator(s):

Dr. Lora Johnson

Robley Rex VA Medical Center

Suicide Risk and Sleep in Treatment

Principal Investigator(s):

Lily Brown

University of Pennsylvania

Personal And Professional Exposure To Suicide In Military Populations

Principal Investigator(s):

Julie Cerel

University of Kentucky

Brief Peer-Support Cognitive Behavioral Intervention For Military Life Transitions (Mil-iTransition) Following Medical And Physical Evaluation Boards

Principal Investigator(s):

Marjan Holloway

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Behavioral Ecomomics Intervention To Increase Treatment Seeking In The National Guard

Principal Investigator(s):

Daniel Capron

University of Southern Mississippi

Couples Crisis Response Planning to Reduce Post-Discharge Suicide Risk

Principal Investigator(s):

Alexis May

Reconnecting: Improving Interoception to Reduce Suicidal Ideation in the Military

Principal Investigator(s):

April Smith

Miami University

Using Anger-Reduction Treatment to Reduce Suicide Risk

Principal Investigator(s):

Dr. Jesse Cougle

Florida State University

Using Machine Learning to Distinguish among Active Duty, Veteran, and Civilian Suicidality

Principal Investigator(s):

Joseph Franklin

,

Jessica Ribeiro

Florida State University

Improving the Inpatient-to-Outpatient Transition

Principal Investigator(s):

Bridget Matarazzo

Rocky Mountain MIRECC

Retraining reactions to smells

Principal Investigator(s):

Wen Li

,

Norman B. Schmidt, Ph.D.

Florida State University

A Taxometric Investigation of Suicide

Principal Investigator(s):

Jill Holm–Denoma

,

Tracy Witte

University of Denver & Auburn University

A Behavioral Sleep Intervention for the Prevention of Suicidal Behaviors in Military Veterans: A Randomized Treatment Trial

Principal Investigator(s):

Bernert, RA

Stanford University

Decreasing Suicide Risk Among Service Members With Posttraumatic Stress Using Written Exposure Therapy

Principal Investigator(s):

Brian Marx

VA Boston Healthcare System, National Center for PTSD

Examining the Nature of Suicide Risk over Time Using Machine Learning

Principal Investigator(s):

Jessica Ribeiro

Florida State University

Project Safe Guard

Principal Investigator(s):

Michael Anestis

University of Southern Mississippi

Establishing Measurement Equivalence of MRSC Database Assessments Across Demographic Groups

Principal Investigator(s):

David Vogel

Iowa State University

Improving Marriages to Decrease Suicide Risk

Principal Investigator(s):

James McNulty

,

Michael A. Olson

Reviewing the Effects of Caring Contacts (RECON): A Long-Term Follow-Up Study from the Military Continuity Project

Principal Investigator(s):

Kate Comtois

University of Washington