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Daniel Eisenberg

Funded Research:

HMS+JED 2018 (Various Sponsors)

Improving Student Mental Health: Adaptive Implementation of School-based CBT (NIMH)

Electronic Bridge to Mental Health (eBridge) for College Students (Supplement) (NIMH)

M-CARES The Michigan Contraceptive Access, Research, and Evaluation Study (Laura and John Arnold Foundation)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia Delivered Via AASM SleepTM or Face-to-Face: A Non-Inferiority Trial (American Sleep Medicine Foundation)

National survey on the prevalence, burden, and support seeking behaviors of suicide survivors (American Suicide Foundation)

CBT in the Schools: Evaluation of a CBT Training Program for School Professionals (HHS-HCFA)

Tobacco-Free Generation Campus Initiative (American Cancer Society)

TRAILS: Transforming Researching into Action to Improve the Lives of Students (HHS-HCFA)

Health Policy Research Scholars Cohort One - 2016 (RWJ)

TRAILS to Behavioral Health: Translating Research Into Action to Improve the Lives of Students (Michigan Health Endowment Fund)

Does Health Information Exchange Meet Hospital's Information Needs? (AHRQ)

RWJF Diversity in Health Policy Research (RWJ)

School-Based Support of Students with Depression and Anxiety - FY16 Medicaid (HHS-HCFA)

School-Based Support of Students with Depression and Anxiety / FY 16 ( Amend#2) (HHS-HCFA)

NIDA Innovative Methods for Constructing Just-In-Time Adaptive Interventions (NIDA)

A partnership to translate an EBI for vulnerable older adults with heart disease (NIA)

A Health and Economic Evaluation of Treating Depression Among Diabetics (NIDDK)

Estimating the return on investment (ROI) for Boys and Girls Club of America (Boys and Girls Club of America)

A Novel Intervention Promoting Eating Disorder Treatment among College Students (NIMH)

Web-based Intervention for Non-Help Seeking College Students with Depression and/or Anxiety (Flinn Foundation)

Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-based Practices for the School-based Support of Students with Depression and Anxiety-FY15 MDCH, PROJECT 2, KOSCHMANN (HHS-HCFA)

The Healthy Bodies Study 2015 (Various Sponsors)

Electronic Bridge to Mental Health (eBridge) for College Students (NIMH)

Improving Mental Health Outcomes: Building an Adaptive Implementation Strategy (NIMH)

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)

Implementing Health Plan-Level Care Management for Solo & Small Practices (AHRQ)

Health Services Research Training (AHRQ)

Healthy Minds Study (Various Sponsors)

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)

Telemonitoring Enhanced Support for Depression Self Management (NIMH)

Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center.

Research Professor, Population Studies Center.

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.

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Journal Articles

Lipson, Sarah Ketchen, and Daniel Eisenberg. Forthcoming. "Mental health and academic attitudes and expectations in university populations: results from the healthy minds study." Journal of Mental Health. DOI. Abstract.

Rosen, Tracey, Kara Zivin, Daniel Eisenberg, Constance Guille, and Srijan Sen. 2018. "The Cost of Depression-Related Presenteeism in Resident Physicians." Academic Psychiatry, 42(1): 84-87. DOI.

Kern, Adam, William Heininger, Emily Klueh, Stephanie Salazar, Barbara Hansen, Trish Meyer, and Daniel Eisenberg. 2017. "Athletes Connected: Results From a Pilot Project to Address Knowledge and Attitudes About Mental Health Among College Student-Athletes." Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, 11(4): 324-336. DOI. Abstract.

Neitzel, Richard L., Tracy K. Swinburn, Monica S. Hammer, and Daniel Eisenberg. 2017. "Economic Impact of Hearing Loss and Reduction of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in the United States." Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 60(1): 182-189. DOI.

Bethancourt, Hilary J., Mario Kratz, Shirley A. A. Beresford, M. Geoffrey Hayes, Christopher W. Kuzawa, Paulita L. Duazo, Judith B. Borja, and Daniel Eisenberg. 2017. "No association between blood telomere length and longitudinally assessed diet or adiposity in a young adult Filipino population." European Journal of Nutrition, 56(1): 295-308. DOI. Abstract.

Fortney, John C., Geoffrey M. Curran, Justin B. Hunt, Liya Lu, Daniel Eisenberg, and Marcia Valenstein. 2017. "Mental Health Treatment Seeking Among Veteran and Civilian Community College Students." Psychiatric Services, 68(8): 851-855. DOI. Abstract.

Lipson, S., J. Jones, C. Taylor, D. Wilfley, D. Eichen, E. Fitzsimmons-Craft, and Daniel Eisenberg. 2017. "Understanding and promoting treatment-seeking for eating disorders and body image concerns on college campuses through online screening, prevention and intervention." Eating Behaviors, 25: 68-73. DOI. Abstract.

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