Education: PhD, University of Vermont, 2011.
Etiology and maintenance of co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and alcohol use disorder in survivors of interpersonal trauma; panic and PTSD; distress tolerance and emotion regulation.
Associate Professor & Director of Undergraduate Studies
Education: PhD, Harvard University, 1992.
Schizophrenia; Psychosis; anhedonia and avolition; emotional processing, cognition-emotion integration, neuroimaging.
Co-Director of Clinical Training
Education: PhD, University of Pittsburg, 1995.
Addiction science; drugs and emotion; cognitive models of depression, anxiety and drug use; adolescent smoking.
Director of IHRP
Education: PhD, University of Oregon, 1984.
Health-related interventions; etiology and maintenance of health behaviors; tobacco use; adolescent smoking and problem behaviors; cancer prevention; ecological momentary assessment.
Director of OAPS/Clinical Assistant Professor
Education: Ph.D, University of Virginia, 2015
Family-focused psychosocial treatmeant; child and adolescent internalizing and externalizing disorders; divorce & interparental conflict; effective parent-teacher partnerships.
Education: PhD, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2005.
Relation between mood and anxiety disorders; integration of clinical and neuroscience approaches (psychophysiology, neuroimaging, etc.) to the study of psychopathology.
Professor in Psychiatry
Education: PhD, Florida State University, 1985
Community mental health services for urban children; school based mental health services; dissemination and implementation science.
Education: PhD, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1992.
Factors that affect children's eyewitness testimony and techniques to improve children's reports; jury decision making in cases involving child witnesses and juvenile defendants; disclosure of and delayed memories for childhood abuse.
Education: PhD, Stanford University, 1985.
Personality psychology, social-cognitive processes and personality coherence, goal setting and self-regulation, perceived self-efficacy, affect and cognition.
Assistant Professor, Psychiatry
1747 W. Roosevelt Rd, Room 246
Education: PhD, University of Georgia, 2006.
Brain mechanisms of emotion processing and regulation in anxiety and depression.
Brain markers of treatment response in anxiety and depression.
Information processing disturbances in internalizing disorders.
Assistant Professor, Psychiatry
1604 W. Taylor Street
Education: PhD, Drexel University.
Dr. Lamar’s research at UIC centers on the impact of vascular risk factors on brain structure and function in normal and pathological aging with an emphasis on minority health disparities.
Associate Professor, Psychiatry
1601 W. Taylor Street
Education: PhD, Marquette University, 2001.
Mechanisms of depression and mood disorders, predictors of treatment response, changes with treatment, predictors of relapse, neuroimaging and neuropsychological markers, intermediate phenotypes, L-HPA axis function and dysfunction.
Education: PhD, DePaul University, 1989.
Resilience and protective factors and the prevention of high-risk behaviors in urban, minority children and adolescents.
Education: PhD, University of Rochester, 1980.
School-family-community partnerships to enhance children’s social, emotional, and academic learning; prevention of substance use, delinquency, violence, and school dropout; positive youth development, health promotion, and service-learning; social policy for children, youth, and families.
Education: George Mason University, 2013.
Social and emotional development across the lifespan, early childhood intervention and education policy, teacher-child relationships, classroom climate, early childhood workforce development, support, and well-being.