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Members of the TRAPT lab are headed off to ISTSS 2018 this week. Below are when and where many of the lab members will be. See you there! Thursday, November 8th • 9:45-11 am – New Attendee Orientation – Delaware … Continue reading
For students interested in applying to work with Dr. Davis as a graduate student, she may be taking one student for the upcoming fall 2019 school year. For more information please visit the Accepting Graduate Students page.
Dr. Katherine Miller has recently completed her post-doctoral training at the National Center for PTSD, Dissemination and Training Division. Additionally, she is now completing her third year of fellowship at the VISN 4 Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center at … Continue reading
Dr. Jim Scholl recently presented a symposium at APA. The symposium a skill-building session for Division 56 titled, Beyond the binary: Understanding the intersection of gender identity and mental health”. Great job Dr. Jim Scholl!
Our very own Jim Scholl, PhD successfully defended his dissertation entitled “Posttraumatic stress in the transgender and gender nonconforming population” this summer before heading off to internship. We’re so proud of Dr. Jim Scholl! Pictured above: Dr. Scholl enjoying some … Continue reading
This year TRAPT graduated four of our wonderful undergraduate students. We will miss them but are incredibly excited to see what amazing things they’ll do down the road! Ashley Bailey will be attending medical school at OU in the fall. … Continue reading
Two of our grad students, Jenny Lee and Tim McDermott, presented their pre-candidacy projects. A huge congratulations to both of them for completing a big program milestone!
A number of our undergrad and grad student members presented at the annual TU research colloquium in April. We hosted a special topic symposium related to the campus climate survey entitled “The state of TU-nion: An examination of sexual assault … Continue reading
TRAPT got extra lucky this year and is bringing in a second clinical psychology Ph.D. student, Matthew Crowley! His research interests are related to improving the treatment outcomes of PTSD in military populations and using novel technologies to improve the … Continue reading