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Associate Professor • Publications
Institute for Behavioral Genetics • Psychology & Neuroscience

Institute for Behavioral Genetics
University of Colorado Boulder
447 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0447

Research Interests:

Mechanisms (neural and genetic) underlying individual differences in executive functions and their relations to everyday self regulation as well as various forms of psychopathology.

Active Grants:

  • NIDA U01 DA051018 (Banich/Friedman) 4/15/20 – 03/31/27. 14/21 ABCD-USA Consortium: Research Project Site at CU Boulder. Role: MPI
  • NIDA R01 DA046064 (Friedman, Wager) 4/15/18 – 1/31/23. Brain and Genetic Predictors of Individual Differences in Pain and Placebo Analgesia. Role: MPI
  • NIDA U01 DA046413 (Vrieze, Friedman) 8/15/18 – 6/30/23. A Twin Study of Adolescent Alcohol and Drug Use Development: Leveraging Intensive Longitudinal Assessments. Role: MPI
  • NIMH R01 MH124846 (Kaiser/Snyder) 6/10/22 – 4/30/27. Leveraging Latent Factors and Machine Learning to Forecast Internalizing Psychopathology in Emerging Adulthood. Role: Co-I
  • NIA R01 AG046938 (Reynolds/Wadsworth) 6/01/15 – 5/31/25. Colorado Adoption/Twin Study of Lifespan Behavioral Development & Cognitive Aging (CATSLife). Role: Co-I
  • NIMH R01 MH117131 (Kaiser) 7/03/20 – 4/30/24. Biotyping Mood Health in Late Adolescence: Neurocognitive Dimensions and Stress Pathways. Role: Co-I
  • NIDA R01 DA042742 (Palmer) 4/01/18 – 1/31/23. Integrative Prioritization of Alcohol and Drug-Addiction Related Genetic Loci. Role: Co-I, subcontract PI
  • R21 ES035826 (Smolker), 2/07/24 – 1/31/26. Long-term Effects of Developmental Air Pollution Exposure on Adult Mental Health: Sensitive Periods, Neural Correlates, and Genetic Risk Factors. Role: Co-investigator.

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