Year established: 2002
Number of current research projects: 59
Number of principal investigators: 38
Total federal awards:
$10.5 M in 2010
Square footage of research space:
BHCRC at the Coro West Building, Providence, RI
20,000 square feet
Bradley Campus Research Unit, East Providence, RI
4,500 square feet
Bradley Sleep Laboratory, Providence, RI
5,000 square feet
The Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter , written by a team of researchers, clinicians and medical writers from Bradley Hospital and Brown University, features the latest research findings on behavioral issues among troubled children and adolescents.
Supporting Youth With Special Healthcare NeedsBy Barbara Jandasek, PhD
Pediatric Anxiety: How Family Accommodation May Hinder TreatmentBy Kristen Grabill Benito, PhD, and Jennifer Freeman, PhD
Feeding Problems Common in Children with AutismBy Debra Lobato, PhD
Autism Spectrum Disorders: Treatment GuideSource: National Institute of Mental Health
Reporting Body Mass Index in the Schools: Are We Missing the Mark?By C. Meghan McMurtry and Elissa Jelalian
Early Adolescent Sexual Risk Behavior: The Clinician's RoleBy Christopher Houck, PhD
Young children with Severe Behavioral Problems at home: A Case for Psychiatric Partial Hospital Treatment by By John R. Boekamp, Ph.D., and Sarah Martin, Ph.D.
Suicide Risk Assessment and Prevention in Children and AdolescentsBy Lisa Freda, Psy.D.
DSM-5 and Pediatric Irritability: Acknowledging the Elephant in the RoomBy Daniel P. Dickstein, M.D.
Understanding and Treating Trichotillomania: Not Just a Benign HabitBy Christopher A. Flessner, Ph.D., and Abbe Marrs Garcia
Considering the Psychosocial Aspects of Pediatric Food AllergiesBy Jessica B. Edwards George, Ph.D., and Elizabeth L. McQuaid, Ph.D.
Making the Case for Assessing Co-occurring Disorders in AdolescentsBy Anthony Spirito, Ph.D., ABPP
Calling for a Fundamental Systems Change in Pediatric Behavioral Health ScreeningBy Ronald Seifer, Ph.D.
Pediatric Research and Positive Psychology: The Case of Pediatric OncologyBy Lora Scagliola, M.A., and Christie Rizzo, Ph.D.
Dispelling the Myths Surrounding Teen SuicideBy Karyn Horowitz, M.D.