Training Grants & Fellowships

  • Sponsor; NSF Research Traineeship (DGE-1545481; Graduate Student: S. Sant’Ana). National Science Foundation. Learning Understanding Cognition Intelligence Data Science (LUCID) Fellowship. Direct costs: $105,890. Status: Active. 1/2019 – 12/2020
  • Sponsor; NSF Research Traineeship (DGE-1545481; Graduate Student: G. Fronk). National Science Foundation. Learning Understanding Cognition Intelligence Data Science (LUCID) Fellowship. Direct costs: $105,890. Status: Active. 1/2019 – 12/2020
  • Sponsor; Welton Sophomore Summer Apprenticeship Grant (Undergraduate student: Emma Jardas). Using Social Media for Alcohol Use Disorder Classification. Direct costs: $2,500. Completed: 5/2018 – 9/2018.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: J. Shireman). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Alcohol and uncontrollable stress. Direct costs: $4,000. Status: Completed. 9/2016 – 8/2017.
  • Sponsor; Institutional National Research Service Award (T32 MH18931; Graduate Student: K. Magruder). National Institute of Mental Health. Training Program in Emotion Research. Direct costs: $131,043. Status: Completed. 8/2016 – 8/2018.
  • Sponsor; National Research Service Award (F31 AA022845; Graduate Student: J. Kaye). National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Repurposing alpha1 noradrenergic antagonists for alcoholism treatment. Direct costs: $93,075. Status: Completed. 9/2014 – 8/2017.
  • Sponsor; National Research Service Award (F31 DA032184; Graduate Student: K. Hefner). National Institute of Drug Abuse. Anxiety and Biased Decision-Making in Drug-Deprived Marijuana Users. Direct costs: $89,223. Status: Completed. 9/2011 – 8/2014.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: C. Rohrer). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Test-retest reliability of physiological indices of affective state in the NPU-threat and IAPS tasks. (Senior Honors Thesis) Direct costs: $5,000. Status: Completed. 9/2013 – 8/2014.
  • Sponsor; Graduate Research Fellowship (DGE-0718123; Graduate Student: Jesse Kaye). National Science Foundation. Neural Processes Underlying the Effects of Stress on Behavioral Inhibition. Direct Costs: $154,995. Status: Completed. 9/2010 – 8/2013
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: J. Idlas). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Certain vs. uncertain reward valuation during marijuana withdrawal. Direct costs: $5,000. Status: Completed. 9/2012 – 8/2013.
  • Sponsor; Transdisciplinary Tobacco Use Research Center Pre-doctoral grant program (P50CA143188; Graduate students: K. Hefner & J. Kaye). National Cancer Institute. Predicting Quit Success: Physiological Measures and Real-World Experiences of Negative Affect During Nicotine Withdrawal. Direct costs: $30,000. Status: Completed. 9/2010 – 8/2011.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: B. Shapiro). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Alcohol and anxiety: Effects of spatial uncertainty. Direct costs: $5,000. Status: Completed. 9/2010 – 8/2011.
  • Sponsor; Health & Society Scholars Program (Graduate student: Christine Moberg). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Stress, Anxiety, and Alcoholism: Affective Contributions to the Maintenance of Addiction. Direct costs: $6,000. Status: Completed. 3/2010 – 4/2011
  • Sponsor; Honors Senior Thesis Summer Research Grant (Undergraduate student: W. C. Williams). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Food addiction: Withdrawal-related increases in anxiety among high-sugar food dependent individuals. Direct costs: $3,000, Status: Completed: 9/2009 – 8/2010.
  • Sponsor; Institutional National Research Service Award (T32 MH18931; Graduate Student: D. Bradford). National Institute of Mental Health. Training Program in Emotion Research. Direct costs: $107,365. Status: Completed. 8/2009 – 8/2011.
  • Sponsor; National Research Service Award (F31 AA018608; Graduate Student: C. Moberg). National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Stress Neuroadaptations in Alcoholism. Direct costs: $84,230, Status: Completed. 8/2009 – 7/2012.
  • Sponsor; Institutional National Research Service Award (T32 MH18931; Graduate Student: K. Hefner). National Institute of Mental Health. Training Program in Emotion Research. Direct costs: $102,552. Status: Completed. 8/2008 – 8/2010.
  • Sponsor; Institutional National Research Service Award (T32 MH18931; Graduate Student: M. Starr). National Institute of Mental Health. Training Program in Emotion Research. Direct costs: $102,552. Status: Completed. 8/2008 – 8/2010.
  • Sponsor; Drug Abuse Dissertation Research Award (R36 DA022373; Graduate student: Hogle). National Institute of Drug Abuse. Sex differences in the effect of smoking withdrawal on emotion response. Direct costs: $100,000. Status: Completed. 10/2006 – 9/2008
  • Sponsor; Institutional National Research Service Award (T32 MH18931; Graduate Student: R. Gloria). National Institute of Mental Health. Training Program in Emotion Research. Direct costs: $100,929. Status: Completed. 8/2006 – 8/2008.
  • Sponsor; Institutional National Research Service Award (T32 MH18931; Graduate Student: C. Moberg). National Institute of Mental Health. Training Program in Emotion Research. Direct costs: $100,929. Status: Completed. 8/2006 – 8/2008.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: J. Kaye). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Effects of tobacco withdrawal on executive control of attention. Direct costs: $5,000. Status: Completed. 7/2006 – 6/2007.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: S. Abramovitz). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Emotion and emotion regulation deficits among individuals with a family history of alcohol use disorders. Direct costs: $5,000. Status: Completed. 7/2005 – 6/2006.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: V. Yeh). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Emotion and emotion regulation deficits among individuals with a family history of alcohol use disorders. Direct costs: $5,000. Status: Completed. 7/2005 – 6/2006.
  • Sponsor; Transdisciplinary Tobacco Use Research Center Pre-doctoral grant program (Graduate student: D. McCarthy). National Cancer Institute. Color-naming performance in nicotine withdrawal and during stress. Direct costs: $10,000. Status: Completed. 9/2003 – 8/2004.
  • Sponsor; Transdisciplinary Tobacco Use Research Center Pre-doctoral grant program (Graduate student: J. Hogle). National Cancer Institute. Sex differences in the effect of smoking withdrawal on psychophysiological indices of affective motivation. Direct costs: $10,000. Status: Completed. 9/2003 – 8/2004.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: M. Gulotta). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Emotion and emotion regulation deficits among individuals with a family history of alcohol use disorders. Direct costs: $5,000. Status: Completed. 7/2003 – 6/2004.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: B. Weiss). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Heart rate increase and EEG asymmetry response indices of approach motivation: Mechanisms responsible for alcohol use disorder risk. Direct costs: $5,000. Status: Completed. 7/2003 – 6/2004.
  • Sponsor; Transdisciplinary Tobacco Use Research Center Pre-doctoral grant program (Graduate student: M. Piper). National Cancer Institute. Characterizing the negative affect dynamics of nicotine withdrawal. Direct costs: $10,000. Status: Completed. 9/2002 – 8/2003.
  • Sponsor; Institutional National Research Service Award (T32 MH18931; Graduate Student: J. Hogle). National Institute of Mental Health. Training Program in Emotion Research. Direct costs: $88,301. Status: Completed. 8/2002 – 8/2004.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: P. Rothwell). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Alcohol effects on regulative and evaluative components of cognitive control. Direct costs: $5,000. Status: Completed. 7/2002 – 6/2003.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: B. Worden). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Alcohol and stress response: A test of the mediating role of attentional focus using startle probe methodology. Direct costs: $4,000. Status: Completed. 7/2002 – 6/2003.
  • Sponsor; Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Award (Undergraduate student: D. Green). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Alcohol and intoxicated behavior: The mediating role of acute deficits in attentional processing. Direct costs: $4,000. Status: Completed. 7/2001 – 6/2002.