Each month a member of the TRAPT center is awarded the ”TRAPT Star“ for hard work and dedication to the lab. The TRAPT Star for October is Elisabeth Akeman. Elisabeth has shown great enthusiasm for our new project Time to Report Rape and has been working hard to collect data. Her enthusiasm has been contagious among the undergraduate students.
K.Miller accepts post-doc at the National Center for PTSD in Palo Alto!
Our very own Katherine Miller accepted a prestigious post-doctoral position at the National Center for PTSD in Palo Alto. It is a full time two-year postdoctoral VA/Stanford Advanced Fellowship position in Mental Health Research and Treatment based at the National Center for … Continue reading →
TRAPT member accepts post-doctoral research fellowship at the Durham VA!
TRAPT is SO PROUD to announce that our very own Katherine Cunningham recently accepted a post-doctoral research fellowship with the Durham VA Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center (MIRECC; for more information click here). The MIRECC focuses on post-deployment mental … Continue reading →
TRAPT travels to New Orleans for the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) conference!
Several TRAPT members traveled to New Orleans, LA in early November to attend this years annual International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) conference. The ISTSS conference represents a unique opportunity to learn about the latest in traumatic stress research, … Continue reading →
Check out this recent publication: Efficacy of a Brief Treatment for Nightmares and Sleep Disturbances for Veterans
TRAPT Alum, Noelle Balliet, Ph.D., along with current lab member, Katherine Miller, M.A., and lab director, Joanne Davis, Ph.D. recently published an article titled, Efficacy of a Brief Treatment for Nightmares and Sleep Disturbances for Veterans. This article describes the findings of … Continue reading →
Dr. Davis Appreciation Day – 2015!
October 6 marked this Dr. Davis Appreciation Day, and TRAPT members celebrated her with yummy goodies and fun times! Each year, TRAPT sets out to let Dr. Davis know how much she is valued and cherished as the incredible leader … Continue reading →
- K.Miller accepts post-doc at the National Center for PTSD in Palo Alto!