CURRENT GRANTS

Schmidt, N.B. (PI). Long Term Followup of the DARTS MSRC Project. (W81XWH-10-2-018). Funded by Military Suicide Research Consortium (01/2018-01/2019). Total award $150,000.

Schmidt, N.B. (PI). Development and Evaluation of a Web Application Targeting Interpersonal Risk Factors for Suicide. (W81XWH-10-2-018). Funded by Military Suicide Research Consortium (01/2018-01/2021). Total award: $1,500,000.

Graduate Student Funding

Mathes, B.M. (PI), & Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor). A Multi-Method Investigation of Mechanisms of Attachment in Hoarding Disorder (1F31MH118874-01A1). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health; NRSA predoctoral fellowship (04/2019-04/2021). Total award: $73,646.

Albanese, B. (PI), & Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor). Repeated Traumatic Brain Injuries and Problematic Cannabis Use: An Electrophysiological Investigation of Potential Mechanisms (1F31DA044710-01A1). Funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse; NRSA predoctoral fellowship (03/2018-03/2021). Total award: $109,485.


Boffa, J. (PI), Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor), & Li, W. (Co-Sponsor). Gene Methylation effects following Traumatic Stress (T32MH093311-05). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health Integrated Clinical Neuroscience Training for Translational Research; predoctoral fellowship (08/2017-08/2020). Total award: ($45,840).

PREVIOUS GRANTS

Ordered by date awarded:

Schmidt, N.B. (Co-PI) and Li, (Co-PI). (08/2015-09/2016). Perceptual retraining for suicide. Funded by the Military Suicide Research Council. Subaward of U.S. Army award W81XWH-10-2-018.

Cougle, J. R. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Co-I). Computerized anger-reduction treatment for smoking cessation (1R34DA035944-01A1). Funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. (10/2014–09/2017).

Schmidt, N.B. (PI). Distinguished Investigator Grant: Suicide Risk Prevention among Patients with Anxiety Psychopathology. Funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (DIG-0-030-12). (10/2013-09/2015).

Schmidt, N.B. (PI). Development and Evaluation of a Brief, Suicide Prevention Intervention Targeting Anxiety and Mood Vulnerabilities. Funded by the Military Suicide Research Council. Subaward of U.S. Army award W81XWH-10-2-018. (05/2013-05/2016). Total award: ($1,720,000).

Schmidt, N.B. (PI). Development and Evaluation of a Brief, Suicide Prevention Intervention Reducing Anxiety Sensitivity. Funded by the Military Suicide Research Council. Subaward of U.S. Army award W81XWH-10-2-018 (09/2011-08/2012).


Ruggerio, K. (PI), and Schmidt, N.B. (Consultant). Development and evaluation of a web-based intervention for disaster victims. (R34 MH77149-01A1). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (10/2007-09/2010).

Zvolensky, M. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (PI). A Smoking-Based Prevention Program for Panic Disorder-Diversity Supplement (RO1 MH076629-01). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (04/2007-04/2013).

Gerend, M. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Mentor and Co-PI). Anxiety Based Smoking Treatment(07KN-05). Funded by the James and Esther King Biomedical Research Program (07/2007-12/2010). 

Cromer, K. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Co-PI). A prevention program for postpartum OC symptoms. Funded by the Obsessive Compulsive Foundation (07/2007-12/2009). 

Wagner, R. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Co-I). Predicting and Preventing the Development of Learning Disabilities (P50 HD052120). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (04/2006-04/2011). 

Kenrick, D.T. (PI), Maner, J. (Co-I) and Schmidt, N.B. (Co-I). Fundamental Goals and Social Perception. (RO1 MH064734-04a1). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (01/2006-04/2012). 

Lejuez, C. (PI), and Schmidt, N.B. (Consultant). Behavioral technologies for predicting HIV risk(R01 DA018647-S2).  Funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse (09/2005-06/2010). 

Maner, J. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Co-I). Fundamental Motives and Risky Decision-Making (RO3 MH72848) Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (07/2005-06/2007).

Graduate Student Funding

Albanese, B. (PI), Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor), & Li, W. (Co-Sponsor). Brain Injury and Traumatic Stress: An Investigation of Neurophysiological Mechanisms (T32MH093311-05). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health Integrated Clinical Neuroscience Training for Translational Research; predoctoral fellowship (08/2016-08/2018). Total award: ($45,840).


Macatee, R.J. (PI), Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor), & Cougle, J.R. (Co-Sponsor). Computerized Intervention for Distress Intolerance (1 F31 DA039644-01). Funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse; NRSA predoctoral fellowship (04/2016-04/2019). Total award: ($140,635).


Allan, N. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor). Efficacy of an Anxiety Sensitivity Physical Concerns Intervention on Biomarkers (1 F31 MH105067-01). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health; NRSA predoctoral fellowship (10/2014-9/2016). Total award ($75,248).


Korte, K. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor). Transdiagnostic Preventative Intervention for Subclinical Anxiety (1F31MH102862-01). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health; NRSA predoctoral fellowship (10/2013-9/2015). Total award ($68,014).


Capron, D. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor). Computerized Intervention for Anxiety Sensitivity Cognitive Concerns (F31MH099860). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health; NRSA predoctoral fellowship (7/2013-7/2015). Total award ($68,012).


Keough, M. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor). Refinement and Examination of a Brief Anxiety Sensitivity Focused Intervention (1F31 MH086174-01). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health; NRSA predoctoral fellowship (5/2009-5/2010). Total award ($65,002).


Cromer, K. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor). Vulnerability Factors for Compulsive Hoarding (F31 MH080467-01A1-01). Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health; NRSA predoctoral fellowship (9/2007-8/2009). Total award ($59,020).


Buckner, J. (PI) and Schmidt, N.B. (Sponsor). Social Anxiety and Problematic Cannabis Use (F31 DA021457-01). Funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse; NRSA predoctoral fellowship (9/2006-5/2008). Total award ($63,728).