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Youth Risk and Resilience Lab
184 Meliora Hall, Box 270266
Rochester, NY 14627

Email: glennlab@rochester.edu
Phone: (585) 276-7886

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Library Rd
Rochester, NY, 14611
United States

(585) 276 7886

Research

The overarching goals of our research are to advance understanding of the psychological processes that lead to suicidal and self-injurious behaviors and improve our ability to identify and predict which individuals are at greatest risk. Given that suicidal and self-injurious behaviors initially begin during adolescence, and rates increase drastically during this developmental period, the YR² Lab is particularly focused on the development, prediction, and ultimate prevention of these behaviors in youth. Our research uses a multimodal approach to examine the complex interplay among risk factors across self-report, behavioral, psychophysiological, and neurobiological units of analysis, in both cross-sectional and prospective designs.

Using a clinical science perspective, the YR² Lab aims to address the following key research questions:


Research Grants

Harvard Catalyst - Addressing Mental Health in the Second Decade of Life Through Translational Lifecourse Research (Pilot Grant)
Quantifying Reinforcement Learning Deficits in Adolescent Depression: A Computational Imaging Study
Co-Investigator (PI Somerville) – $72,549
2015 - 2016

Department of Defense, Military Suicide Research Consortium (W81XWH-10-2-0181)
New Approaches to the Measurement of Suicide-Related Cognition
Co-Investigator (PI Nock) – $777,564
2013 - 2016

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (Pilot Grant)
Examining the Neurobiology of Suicidal Behavior in Adolescents
Principal Investigator – $29,840
2014 - 2015

National Institute of Mental Health (F32 MH097354)
Behavioral and Physiological Predictors of Suicidal Behavior in Adolescents
Principal Investigator – $148,518
2012 - 2015

National Institute of Mental Health (F31 MH086197)
Translational Approaches to the Study of Emotion in Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
Principal Investigator – $62,803
2009 - 2011