Active Grants

Actively recruiting projects will list eligibility criteria.

The Utility of Cognitive Subgroups in Predicting Treatment Response to Methylphenidate in Children with ADHD

  • Sponsor: Brain and Behavior Research Foundation
  • Award Number: 23822
  • Dates: 1/15/16-1/14/18; Total Project Amount: $70,000
  • Principal Investigator: Joseph Raiker, Jr., Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The current proposal has two important goals for improving our understanding of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Specifically, this study will attempt to replicate the identification of neurocognitively impaired subgroups (e.g., working memory, behavioral inhibition) within a sample of children with ADHD. In addition, this study attempts to evaluate whether the identification of these subgroups has utility for predicting response to methylphenidate based upon baseline neurocognitive test performance.

Comprehensive School Readiness Summer Treatment Program for Pre-Kindergarteners with Behavior Problems (STP-PreK)

  • Sponsor: The Children’s Trust
  • Award Number: 1612-7561
  • Dates: 3/1/16-8/31/16; Total Project Amount: $172,088
  • Principal Investigator: Paulo A. Graziano, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: This grant supports the delivery of a comprehensive school readiness program (STP-PreK) consisting of both parent training and a school-based summer program for preschoolers with disruptive behavior problems.

FIU Summer Academy: School Readiness Summer Program for Young Children with Developmental Delays and Disabilities from High-Risk Community Settings

  • Sponsor: The Children’s Trust
  • Award Number: 1612-7560
  • Dates: 3/1/15-8/31/16 ; Total Project Amount: $96,923
  • Principal Investigator: Kat Hart, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: This grant operates a comprehensive school readiness summer program for young children (ages 3-5) who are, or are eligible to, receive services through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) from high-risk community settings in Miami-Dade County, specifically the Liberty City community.

A Summer Program for Elementary Aged Children at Risk for Serious Behavioral Problems

  • Sponsor: The Children’s Trust
  • Award Number: 1614-7562
  • Dates: 3/1/16-8/31/16; Total Project Amount: $481,005
  • Principal Investigator: Erika K. Coles, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator (s): William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D.
  • Purpose: This project will help to fund the Summer Treatment Program, an evidence-based treatment summer camp for children with disruptive behavior disorders, learning problems, and other psychological disorders.

FIU-ABCD: Pathways and Mechanisms to Addiction in the Latino Youth of South Florida

  • Sponsor: The National Institute on Drug Abuse
  • Award Number: U01DA041156
  • Dates: 9/30/15-5/31/20; Total Project Amount: $12,689,357
  • Principal Investigator: Raul Gonzalez, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator: Mario De La Rosa, Ph.D., Angela Laird, Ph.D., William Pelham, Ph.D., Eric Wagner, Ph.D., O. Dale Williams, Ph.D., Anthony Dick, Ph.D., Mathew Sutherland, Ph.D., Stefany Coxe, Ph.D., Elisa Trucco, Ph.D., Anthony De Caprio, Ph.D., Andres Gil, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: This project is a site for a nation-wide project (The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study) that is designed to understand environmental, psychosocial, genetic, cognitive, and neurobiological differences that make some children more likely to use drugs and develop substance use disorders. The FIU-ABCD site proposes to recruit 900 Latino children and families to better understand what causes Latino children to use drugs and develop addiction, as well as to understand how it affects their health and neurobiological functioning.

COACHES - Enhancing Father Engagement to Promote Social, Behavioral and Academic Outcomes

  • Sponsor: Institute of Education Sciences
  • Award Number: R305A150230
  • Dates: 9/1/15-8/31/18; Total Project Amount: $634,000
  • Principal Investigator: William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP.
  • Purpose: This investigation will aim to develop a father-focused intervention for children with ADHD to make it suitable for use in educational settings.

Developing a Peer to Peer Behavioral Intervention for High School Students with ADHD

  • Sponsor: Institute of Education Sciences
  • Award Number: R305A150433
  • Dates: 9/1/15-8/31/18; Total Project Amount: $1,378,988
  • Principal Investigator: Margaret Sibley, Ph.D.
  • Co Investigators: William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP, Stefany Coxe, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: This project aims to partner with M-DCPS to develop and pilot a behavioral intervention for ninth grade students with ADHD and related impairments that is delivered by academically successful 11th and 12th grade peers under the supervision of a high school faculty sponsor.

Environment, Genes and Temperament on the Development of Alcohol Use Disorder

  • Sponsor: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
  • Award Number: K08AA023290
  • Dates: 9/1/15-8/31/20; Total Project Amount: $837,745
  • Principal Investigator: Elisa Trucco, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: This training grant has two major goals. The first is to redress gaps in the current Alcohol Use Disorder literature by advancing an interdisciplinary program of research on genetic, social environmental, and temperamental factors underlying adolescent alcohol use using two large longitudinal datasets. The second is to enhance the investigator’s knowledge base and research skills, especially as it pertains to molecular genetics and biostatistics.

Internet Treatment for Behavior Problems in Preschoolers

  • Sponsor: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
  • Award Number: R01HD084497
  • Dates: 9/1/15-5/31/20; Total Project Amount: $2,500,541
  • Principal Investigators: Daniel Bagner, Ph.D, Jonathan Comer, PhD.
  • Purpose: The goal of this study is to evaluate, via a randomized controlled trial (RCT), the incremental utility of an Internet-delivered parent-training program for externalizing behavioral problems in traditionally underserved young children with developmental delay. Specifically, we are interested in the impact of Internet-delivered Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (I-PCIT) on child externalizing behavior problems, parenting stress, and early academic skills relative to traditional referrals as usual (RAU) for behavioral problems, among youth aging out of Part C early intervention (EI) services. A secondary goal is to evaluate mechanisms that explain under which circumstances, for whom, and through which mediating pathways I-PCIT is most effective for young children with developmental delay.

Effects of Social Cues on Learning and Memory during Early Infancy

  • Sponsor: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
  • Award Number: R03HD082636
  • Dates: 9/1/15-7/31/17; Total Project Amount: $145,000
  • Principal Investigator: Bethany Sutherland, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The proposed experiment examines the modulatory effects of social cues on both learning acquisition and memory retention of the learned response and the associated underlying neurobiology of such processes in infants during the first months of life.

Interactive Virtual Training for Early Career Teachers

  • Sponsor: Institute of Education Sciences and Rutgers University
  • Award Number: S2200318
  • Dates: 7/1/15-6/30/19; Total Project Amount: $556,664.55
  • Principal Investigators: Stacy Frazier, Ph.D., Christine Lisetti, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: We propose to develop, iteratively refine, and pilot test an Interactive Virtual Training (IVT) system designed to enhance and accelerate urban early career teachers’ acquisition of positive behavior management skills with students at risk for developing more serious disruptive behaviors.

After-school support program for youth at-risk for behavior problems

  • Sponsor: The Children’s Trust
  • Award Number: 1614-7561
  • Dates: 8/1/2015-7/31/16; Total Project Amount: $225,767
  • Principal Investigator: Feion Villodas, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator (s): Miguel Villodas, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: Adapted by faculty at the Florida International University Center for Children and Families from the award winning Summer Treatment Program, the ATP integrates intensive contingency management strategies into evidence-based reading and literacy, recreational, life skills, and homework planning and management activities in order to reinforce the acquisition of new behaviors in a naturalistic school-based, peer setting. We expect that participation in this program will improve grade-level achieve and behavior and interaction with peers, teachers, and family members.

Prenatal Maternal Determinants of Neonatal Social Development

  • Sponsor: National Science Foundation
  • Award Number: 1057898
  • Dates: 8/1/15-7/31/19 ; Total Project Amount: $575,000
  • Principal Investigator: Robert Lickliter, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The purpose of this project is to extend the work of early social responsiveness and discover the types of prenatal experiences that contribute to early social development. Our findings will be leveraged to better integrate the prenatal period into theories of both typical and atypical social development and will contribute to public health by providing testable predictions for human-based research, particularly regarding optimal care and management of preterm infants, who develop for weeks or even months exposed to patterns of experience qualitatively and quantitatively different from those available in utero.

Leaders@ Play for Chicago's Youth: Professional Development toward Youth Employment

  • Sponsor: Charles E. Marks, Jr. Charitable Trust
  • Award Number: N/A
  • Dates: 7/1/2015-6/30/17; Total Project Amount: $57,322.29
  • Principal Investigator: Stacy Frazier, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: This project will integrate Leaders @ Play into the Chicago Park District’s newly developed Youth Program Quality Initiative targeting approximately sixty 13 to 15 year old youth. The goal is to provide early opportunities for youth to acquire professional skills and knowledge to initiate stable, healthy, and productive career trajectories.

An Evidence-Based Parent-Child Relational Intervention for Young Children At-Risk for Abuse and Neglect

  • Sponsor: Florida Department of Children and Families
  • Award Number: N/A
  • Dates: 6/1/15 – 6/15/16; Total Project Amount: $60,000
  • Principal Investigator: Miguel Villodas, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator (s): Daniel Bagner, Jr., Ph.D., Feion Villodas, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The proposed research aims to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of disseminating an evidence-based parent-child relational intervention (Parent-Child Interaction Therapy; PCIT) to a Community-Based Care (CBC) provider agency for the prevention of child maltreatment among families considered “Safe, but at Moderate to High-Risk.”

Facilitators and Barriers to Higher Education Access among Foster Youth

  • Sponsor: Fostering Panther Pride
  • Award Number: N/A
  • Dates: 5/1/15-4/30/16; Total Project Amount: $5,500
  • Principal Investigator: Miguel Villodas, Ph.D.

Reading Itinerant Service

  • Sponsor: The Children’s Trust
  • Award Number: 1615-7650
  • Dates: 5/1/15-4/30/16 ; Total Project Amount: $692,168
  • Principal Investigator: Kat Hart, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The purpose of the Summer Reading Explorers Program is to overlay evidence-based small-group reading interventions in select Trust-funded summer programs for rising kindergarten and rising first grade children. 1300+ children participate annually.

Facilitating children's event reporting and emotion regulation after stress exposure

  • Sponsor: American Psychology-Law Society (Division 41)
  • Award Number: N/A
  • Dates: 1/1/15-12/31/16 ; Total Project Amount: $5,000
  • Principal Investigator: Jessica Klemfuss, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: During the course of this study we will experimentally manipulate the emotional or factual focus in interviewer-child conversations about a stressful laboratory experience in order to examine effects on children’s emotion regulation, emotion content, and factual completeness and accuracy.

Effectiveness of MI Enhanced Behavior Therapy for Adolescents with ADHD

  • Sponsor: The National Institute of Mental Health
  • Dates: 5/1/15-4/30/19; Total Project Amount: $1,741,609.91
  • Award Number: R01MH106587
  • Principal Investigator: Margaret H. Sibley, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator(s): Paulo Graziano, Ph.D., Stefany Coxe, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: This trial tests the effectiveness of the STAND intervention for adolescents with ADHD delivered in a community mental health setting. To examine whether the intervention improves academic and family functioning.

Intervention for Teens with ADHD and Substance Use

  • Sponsor: The National Institute on Drug Abuse
  • Award Number: R01DA034731
  • Dates: 9/9/14-8/31/19; Total Project Amount: $2,753,343
  • Principal Investigator: William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP.
  • Purpose: The goal is to conduct a controlled examination of the efficacy of a brief, early intervention for substance use with more intensive interventions (for insufficient responders) modified for adolescents with ADHD in order to inform practice regarding how to intervene with ADHD teens with emerging substance use.

Exploring the Neural Mechanisms of Physics Learning

  • Sponsor: The National Science Foundation
  • Dates: 8/15/14-7/31/17; Total Project Amount: $594,547
  • Principal Investigators: Angela R. Laird, Eric Brewer, & Shannon Pruden
  • Purpose: This project will examine undergraduate students enrolled in introductory physics classes, including those enrolled in a traditional lecture course and those enrolled in a flipped-classroom (i.e., modeling physics course). We will investigate learning of physics concepts and associated neural mechanisms with learning using fMRI.

Attention Bias Modification Training in Youth with Subthreshold Impairing Anxiety

  • Sponsor: The National Institute of Mental Health
  • Award Number: UH2MH101470
  • Dates: 7/15/14-7/14/16; Total Project Amount: $413,602
  • Principal Investigator: Jeremy Pettit, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The purpose of this project is to evaluate a computer administered attention training program as a brief, low intensity intervention for children and adolescents who experience some problems with fear, anxiety, or worry but do not have a diagnosable anxiety disorder.

Neural Correlates of adult outcomes of childhood ADHD: affect, reward and control

  • Sponsor: The National Institute of Mental Health and University of Pittsburgh
  • Award Number: R01MH101096
  • Dates: 7/10/14-5/31/19; Total Project Amount: $177,290
  • Principal Investigator: Brooke Molina, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator: William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP.
  • Purpose: The proposed study will be unique in the adult ADHD neuroimaging literature due to its emphasis on these potentially interacting “cool” and “hot” EF systems in adults with well-characterized childhood histories prospectively tracked into adulthood with collateral report.

Optimizing Psychosocial Treatment Models for Adolescents with ADHD

  • Sponsor: Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation
  • Award Number: N/A
  • Dates: 7/1/14-6/30/16; Total Project Amount: $60,000
  • Principal Investigator: Margaret H. Sibley, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The goal of Dr. Sibley’s work is to increase treatment utilization for adolescents with ADHD to improve their functional outcomes. One future direction of this research is the development of a stepped care and treatment-matching model that maximizes contact with existing health care systems.

Improving Medication Adherence in ADHD Adolescents

  • Sponsor: National Institute of Mental Health
  • Award Number: R01MH097819
  • Dates: 1/15/14-6/30/19; Total Project Amount: $2,753,343
  • Principal Investigator: William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP.
  • Purpose: ADHD children are at risk for a variety of negative outcomes in adolescence, including school dropout, delinquency, and substance abuse. Stimulant medication is the most widely used ADHD treatment and has documented acute benefits for adolescents. The purpose of this project is to test the efficacy of a psychosocial intervention to increase stimulant medication adherence and therefore improve outcomes in adolescents with ADHD.

The Development of Alcohol Use and Abuse in ADHD Adolescents and Young Adults

  • Sponsor: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
  • Award Number: R37AA011873
  • Dates: 9/1/13-8/31/18; Total Project Amount: $1,191,210
  • Principal Investigator: William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP.
  • Purpose: The purpose of the study is to learn more about the development of these individuals and to answer major questions in the field about the outcomes of children diagnosed with ADHD. Some of the areas we are interested in include school or work functioning, social and family relations, drug and alcohol use, and the extent to which childhood problems may or may not have persisted into adolescence and young adulthood. A unique feature of the study is the ability to answer questions about healthy functioning in adulthood as a function of childhood characteristics, such as severity of problems in childhood or treatment history.

Evaluating the Feasibility of Internet Delivered Parent-Child Interaction Therapy

  • Sponsor: National Institutes of Health
  • Award Number: K23MH090247
  • Dates: 8/19/13-12/31/16; Total Project Amount: $463,309
  • *Principal Investigator: Jonathan Comer, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: Despite advances in the evidence-based treatment of early childhood behavior problems, geographic barriers to care interfere with the broad availability of supported treatments for a large proportion of families in need. This randomized clinical trial is evaluating the utility of an Internet-based videoconferencing format for the delivery of a supported intervention that coaches parents in real time through the use of webcams and Bluetooth earpieces in strategies to navigate difficult child behaviors.

Examining Tolerance to CNS Stimulants in ADD

  • Sponsor: The National Institute of Mental Health
  • Award Number: R01MH099030
  • Dates: 4/17/13-2/28/18; Total Project Amount*: $3,327,436
  • Principal Investigator: William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP, James Swanson, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The goal is to examine if therapeutic tolerance occurs with CNS stimulants and to examine the impact of drug holidays for improving long term outcomes in ADHD.

Attention Bias Modification Training in Child Anxiety CBT Nonresponders

  • Sponsor: The National Institute of Mental Health
  • Award Number: R34MH097931
  • Dates: 4/1/13-2/28/17; Total Project Amount: $622,915
  • Principal Investigator: Jeremy Pettit, Ph.D., and Wendy K. Silverman, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The purpose of this project is to evaluate a computer administered attention training program as an augment for children with anxiety disorders who do not respond to cognitive behavior therapy (CBT).

Development of Strategies to Increase Teacher Integrity in a Daily Report Card (DRC) Intervention for Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Sponsor: The Institute of Education Sciences and Ohio University
  • Award Number: R324A120272
  • Dates: 7/1/12-6/30/15; Total Project Amount: $696,983
  • Principal Investigator: Erika K. Coles, Ph.D., Julie S. Owens, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator (s): William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP.
  • Purpose: The goal of this project is to develop new models of professional development training for teachers to facilitate the use of high quality behavioral intervention strategies for children with ADHD.

Development of a Kindergarten Transitional Program for Preschool Students Identifies as Being at High-Risk for Behavioral Disorders

  • Sponsor: Institute of Education Sciences
  • Award Number: R324A120136
  • Dates: 7/1/2012-6/30/2016; Total Project Amount: $1,497,831
  • Principal Investigator: Paulo A. Graziano, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator (s): Katie Hart, Ph.D., William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP
  • Purpose: The goal of this study is to develop and evaluate a novel transitional program designed to improve the transition to kindergarten for preschool children who are at-risk, or may already be experiencing, significant behavioral problems.

A Summer Preparatory Program for Middle and High School Students with ADHD

  • Sponsor: Institute of Education Sciences
  • Award Number: R324A120169
  • Dates: 3/1/12-2/29/16; Total Project Amount: $3,478,637
  • Principal Investigator: William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP
  • Co-Investigator (s): Margaret H. Sibley, Ph.D. and Erika K. Coles. Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The goal of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of a Summer Preparatory Program on rising 6th and 9th grade students with ADHD.

The Impact of Cannabis Use on the Neuropsychological Functioning of Individuals with HIV/AIDS

  • Sponsor: The National Institute on Drug Abuse
  • Award Number: R01DA033156
  • Dates: 8/1/12-3/31/18; Total Project Amount: $2,988,755
  • Principal Investigator: Raul Gonzalez, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator: Madhavan Nair, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The goal of this study is to investigate how using or not using marijuana affects the thinking and health of people with and without HIV.

Decision-Making and Episodic Memory in Trajectories to Cannabis Addiction

  • Sponsor: The National Institute on Drug Abuse
  • Award Number: R01DA031176
  • Dates: 4/15/12-3/31/17; Total Project Amount: $2,383,645
  • Principal Investigator: Raul Gonzalez, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator (s): Eric Wagner, Ph.D., William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP
  • Purpose: The goal of this study is to examine how marijuana affects thinking abilities of teens. We will be looking for teens that use or have used marijuana and teens who not use.

Intersensory Processing, Developmental Trajectories, and Longitudinal Outcomes

  • Sponsor: The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
  • Award Number: R01HD05776
  • Dates: 6/15/13-3/31/18; Total Project Amount: $2,418,292
  • Principal Investigator: Lorraine Bahrick, Ph.D.

Intersensory Perception in Children with Autism

  • Sponsor: University of Miami
  • Award Number: 1322-7290
  • Dates: 2/1/06-1/31/17; Total Project Amount: $83,300
  • Principal Investigator: Daniel S. Messinger, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator (s): Lorraine Bahrick, Ph.D.

Looking Ahead: Previous Gaze Durations Predict Next Gaze Durations in Infancy

  • Sponsor: National Science Foundation and University of Miami
  • Dates: 9/15/13-8/31/16; Total Project Amount: $29,908
  • Principal Investigator: Daniel S. Messinger, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator (s): Lorraine Bahrick, Ph.D.

Children's Recantation of Adult Wrongdoing: In the Field and In the Lab

  • Sponsor: The National Science Foundation
  • Dates: 2/15/13-7/31/16; Total Project Amount: $170,909
  • Principal Investigator: Lindsay Malloy, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The goal of this study is to examine the frequency with which children will disclose and then recant (i.e., take back) an adult's minor act of wrongdoing (breaking a toy in the lab) and the role of parent supportiveness in children's decisions.

Episodic memory and suggestibility in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

  • Sponsor: Eunice Kennedy Shriver national Institute of child Health and Human Development
  • Award Number: R03HD077161
  • Dates: 4/10/14-3/31/16; Total Project Amount: $170,909
  • Principal Investigator: Lindsay Malloy, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The goal of this study is to compare ADHD and typically-developing children’s memory reports of a staged laboratory event to arrive at implications for developing effective interviewing strategies for children with ADHD.

Emotional Reactivity, Regulation, and Reward in Child ADHD and Obesity

  • Sponsor: American Psychological Foundation
  • Award Number: N/A
  • Dates: 4/10/14-3/31/16; Total Project Amount: $1,000
  • Principal Investigator: Erica Musser, Ph.D.
  • Purpose: The goal of this study is to understand possible mechanisms underlying the associations between ADHD and overweight/obesity and in particular, to determine whether emotion-related factors help explain the association between childhood ADHD and overweight/obesity.

Behavioral Assessment Team

  • Sponsor: Nova Southeastern University and The Children’s Trust
  • Dates: 7/1/15-6/30/16; Total Project Amount: $33,000
  • Principal Investigator: Erika K. Coles, Ph.D., David Reitman, Ph.D.
  • Co-Investigator (s): William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP.
  • Purpose: The purpose of the project is to provide behavior management support and training to programs funded through the Children’s Trust. The activities include training, observations, feedback, and development of individual behavioral interventions plans in collaboration and consultation with providers.

SCCAP/APA Div. 53 Dissemination Initiative

  • Sponsor: The Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (APA Division 53)
  • Dates: 7/1/10-6/30/16; Total Project Amount: $547,600
  • Principal Investigator: William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP
  • Purpose: This grant from the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology funds filming of keynotes for professionals, parent-focused talks, and professional-directed workshops in evidence-based practices for child and adolescent mental health.

Intersensory Perception of Social Events: Typical and Atypical Development

  • Sponsor: The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
  • Award Number: K02HD064943
  • Dates: 7/1/10-5/31/16; Total Project Amount: $671,775
  • Principal Investigator: Lorraine Bahrick, Ph.D.

A Novel Approach to Stimulant Induced Weight Suppression and its Impact on Growth

  • Sponsor: National Institute of Mental Health
  • Award Number: R01MH083692
  • Dates: 6/29/10-4/30/16; Total Project Amount: $3,068,525
  • Principal Investigator: William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP, James G. Waxmonsky, M.D.
  • Co-Investigator (s): Daniel A. Waschbusch, Ph.D.., Adrianna Campa, Ph.D.., James Jaccard, Ph.D.., Hugh Humphery, M.D.
  • Purpose: The goal of this study is to investigate the long-term effects of once a day stimulant medications, now the most commonly prescribed treatment for children with ADHD, including their effects on growth.