Daniel Eisenberg

Daniel Eisenberg

Professor, Health Policy and Management, UCLA.
Ph.D., Economics, Stanford University
Research Interests:  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.

Select Projects

HMS Main 3-Year Studies 2019-2022 (Various Sponsors)

HMS Secondary Education (Various Sponsors)

Healthy Minds Studies 2018-19 (Various Sponsors)

Harnessing Mobile Technology to Reduce Mental Health Disorders in College Populations (Resubmission) (NIMH)

Health Services Research Training Years 27-32 (AHRQ)

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)

Tobacco-Free Generation Campus Initiative (American Cancer Society)

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)

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

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

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

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

Health Services Research Training (AHRQ)

Telemonitoring Enhanced Support for Depression Self Management (NIMH)

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