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  1. Joseph A. Himle
     
    Joseph Himle Honored with Research Mentor Award

    Joseph Himle, Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs, Howard V. Brabson Collegiate Professor of Social Work, was honored with the 2019 Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research Distinguished Clinical and Translational Research Mentor Award. This prestigious award recognizes faculty who foster the intellectual, creative, scholarly and professional growth of students, fellows and trainees in the areas of clinical and translational health and research. 

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    Tina Jiwatram-Negron (Curtis Center postdoctoral fellow) and Joe Himle Receive Grant from U-M SSW for NYC-Based Study

    Tina Jiwatram-Negron (Curtis Center postdoctoral fellow) and Associate Dean for Research and Professor Joe Himle received a grant from the U-M SSW via the Curtis Research and Training Center for their New York City-based study which will develop and test an integrated, brief screening for a previously identified syndemic of intimate partner violence, HIV/STIs, substance use, and depression/self-harm among Hispanic/Latino women in the U.S.

    • October 2, 2017
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    Joe Himle Published in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health

    Associate Dean for Research and Professor Joe Himle’s article, “Quality of life in anxious adolescents” was published in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health.

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    Joe Himle Published in Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders

    Associate Dean for Research and Professor Joe Himle’s article, “A long-term follow-up of group behavioral therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder in a general outpatient clinic in Norway” was published in the Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders.

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    Joe Himle Published in European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare

    Associate Dean for Research and Professor Joe Himle’s article, “Self-Management of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in the long-term after therapy-a focus group interview” was published in the European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare.

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    Joe Himle's Research on Social Anxiety Featured in The Michigan Daily

    Associate Dean for Research and Professor Joe Himle's research on social anxiety was featured in The Michigan Daily.

  7. Joseph A. Himle
     
    Joe Himle Published in Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders

    Associate Dean for Research and Professor Joe Himle's article, "ACT-enhanced behavior therapy in group format for Trichotillomania: An effectiveness study" was published in the Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders

  8. Joseph A. Himle
     
    Joseph Himle's Research on Social Anxiety and Employment Featured in Michigan Research

    Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Research Joseph Himle's study, “A Systems Level Intervention for Unemployed Persons With Social Anxiety Disorder” was featured in Michigan Research.

  9. Joseph A. Himle
     
    Joseph Himle Receives National Institute of Mental Health-RO1 Grant

    Associate Professor Joseph Himle and co-investigators Deb Bybee (MSU professor), Amy Kilbourne (U-M Psychiatry) and Amiram Vinokur (U-M Institute for Social Research) received a National Institute of Mental Health-RO1 grant for "Multi-site systems intervention for unemployed persons with social anxiety".  

    The team will conduct a multi-site trial of a cognitive-behavioral intervention for enhancing employment success among unemployed persons whose job attainment efforts have been undermined by social anxiety disorder. The project has two sites - one in Detroit partnering with Jewish Vocational Services and one in Los Angeles. The community partners include Jewish Vocational Service in Detroit led by Ed Steinberger, Zipora Golenberg and Wayne Laviolette.  The second site at UCLA is led by Michelle Craske.

    Several members of the Curtis Center Treatment Innovation and Dissemination Lab including Sarah Vlnka, project coordinator, Lisa O'Donnell, SSW Joint program student, Addie Weaver, Curtis Center research investigator, Debra Levine, U-M clinical psychology recent graduate, Brandy Sinco, Curtis Center data analyst and Peter Felsman, SSW Joint program student supported the grant application.  

    • August 13, 2014
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    Elizabeth Thomason and Joseph Himle Receive Award from Curtis School of Social Work Research

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow Elizabeth Thomason and Associate Professor Joseph Himle received an award from the Vivian A. and James L. Curtis School of Social Work Research and Training Center for their mixed-methods pilot study that will explore the feasibility and acceptability of designing, developing, and delivering cognitive behavioral therapy for postpartum depression in a support group setting using existing agency personnel.

     

    • April 11, 2014

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