Mon, April 10, 2017, noon:
Tobacco-Free Generation Campus Initiative (American Cancer Society)
TRAILS to Behavioral Health: Translating Research Into Action to Improve the Lives of Students (Michigan Health Endowment Fund)
Estimating the return on investment (ROI) for Boys and Girls Club of America (Boys and Girls Club of America)
The Healthy Bodies Study 2015 (Various Sponsors)
An innovative online video-based intervention for reducing psychological distress and promoting access to mental health care in employee populations (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation)
Healthy Minds Study (Various Sponsors)
The Healthy Bodies Study (Emory University)
Mental Health Literacy Among College Students in Qatar (Qatar Foundation)
A Peer-to-Peer Program on College Campuses to Improve Wellbeing and Mental Health Outcomes of Student Veterans (Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation)
Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center.
Associate Professor, Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health.
Ph.D., Stanford University
Dr. Eisenberg's broad research goal is to improve understanding of how to invest effectively and efficiently in the mental health of young people. His research focuses on health behaviors, mental health services and policy, and economic and policy evaluation.
Lipson, S., J. Jones, C. Taylor, D. Wilfley, D. Eichen, E. Fitzsimmons-Craft, and Daniel Eisenberg. Forthcoming. "Understanding and promoting treatment-seeking for eating disorders and body image concerns on college campuses through online screening, prevention and intervention." Eating Behaviors. DOI. Abstract.
Waxmonsky, J., L. Verchinina, Z. Lai, Daniel Eisenberg, J. Kyle, K. Nord, J. Rementer, D. Goodrich, and M. Bauer, et al. 2016. "Correlates of Emergency Department Use by Individuals With Bipolar Disorder Enrolled in a Collaborative Care Implementation Study." Psychiatric Services, 67(11): 1265-1268. PMCID: PMC5089922. DOI. Abstract.
Grazier, K.L., Jenefer Jedele, Mary L. Smiley, and Daniel Eisenberg. 2016. "Effects of Mental Health Parity on High Utilizers of Services: Pre-Post Evidence From a Large, Self-Insured Employer." Psychiatric Services, 67(4): 448-451. DOI. Abstract.
Pedrelli, P., B. Borsari, S. Lipson, J. Heinze, and Daniel Eisenberg. 2016. "Gender differences in the relationships among major depressive disorder, heavy alcohol use, and mental health treatment engagement among college students." Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 77(4): 620-628. PMCID: PMC4987072. DOI. Abstract.
Lipson, S., S. Zhou, B. Wagner III, K. Beck, and Daniel Eisenberg. 2016. "Major Differences: Variations in Undergraduate and Graduate Student Mental Health and Treatment Utilization Across Academic Disciplines." Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 30(1): 23-41. DOI. Abstract.
Hansen, Ben, W.M. Compton, Daniel Eisenberg, L. Milazzo-Sayre, R. McKeon, and A. Hughes. 2016. "Prevalence and Mental Health Treatment of Suicidal Ideation and Behavior Among College Students Aged 18-25 Years and Their Non-College-Attending Peers in the United States." Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 77(6): 815-24. DOI. Abstract.
Golberstein, E., Daniel Eisenberg, and M. Downs. 2016. "Spillover Effects in Health Service Use: Evidence From Mental Health Care Using First-Year College Housing Assignments." Health Economics, 25(1): 40-55. DOI. Abstract.