ART Lab

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  • Grants

    Current funding

    • Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R21 DA030587, Risk-Taking Following Trauma Cue Exposure in Substance Users with PTSD, National Institute on Drug Abuse, $275,000, total costs $411,125, 7/14/2011 - 5/31/2013. (PI: Tull)
    • Consultant: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R01 AA020252, Sequence of symptom change during AUD or PTSD treatment for comorbid PTSD/AUD, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism,direct costs $2,378,476, total costs $2,910,511, 4/11/2011-4/10/16. (PI: Debra Kaysen and Tracy Simpson)
    • Faculty Mentor and Collaborator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, Serotonin, Impulsivity, and Suicide Attempts, Center for Psychiatric Neuroscience, National Center for Research Resources (Center PI: Stockmeier), total costs $100,000, 6/1/2010 - 5/31/2012. (Project PI: Bagge
    • Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, VA HSR&D Merit grant MHI 08-105-2, Web Intervention for OIF/OEF Veterans at Risk for Mental Health Problems, Department of Veterans Affairs, direct costs $650,100, total costs $1,027,158, 09/25/09-09/24/12. (PI: Best/Ruggiero) [Total subaward $85,818]
    • Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD,, R01 AA016564-01A1, Trauma, trauma sequelae, and information processing, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, direct costs $750,000, total costs $1,127,160, 7/15/08 - 6/30/13. (PI: Read) [Total subaward $96,250].
    • Principal Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, Co-Investigator: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, R01AA016816-01A1, Mechanisms of change, motivation, and treatment outcome in AD-PTSD, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, direct cost $1,147,651, total costs $1,679,862, 9/30/07-5/31/13 (NCE).
    • Co-Investigator: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD,Alcohol and Suicide Attempts: A Case-Crossover Pilot Study, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, $30,000 total costs, 10/15/10-9/30/12.(PI: Bagge)
    • Principal Investigator: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, 1R25DA026637-01, Program of Excellence in Practice and Dissemination of Motivational Interviewing, National Institute on Drug Abuse, direct costs, $149,874, 9/15/08- 8/31/13.
    • Consultants: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, Scott F. Coffey, PhD, 1R01DA023099-01A2, Prevention of Postrape Drug Abuse: Replication Study, National Institute on Drug Abuse,9/15/08-6/30/13 (PI: Resnick).

    Past funding

    • Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R34MH079248-01A2, Developing an emotion regulation group therapy for self-harm among women with BPD, National Institute of Mental Health, direct costs $405,000, total costs $599,400, 7/1/08 - 6/30/11. (PI: Gratz)
    • Consultant : Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, 1R34MH084670-01, Multidimensional HIV Treatment Adherence Intervention, National Institute of Mental Health, 9/8/08-6/30/11 (PI: Konkle-Parker).
    • Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R21 DA022383-01A2, PTSD and predictors of residential drug treatment drop-out, National Institute on Drug Abuse, direct costs $250,000, total costs $392,500, 7/1/08 - 3/31/11. (PI: Tull)
    • Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R01 AA015064-01, Affect regulation training for alcoholics, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, direct costs $1,449,022, total costs $1,937,729, 5/15/2005 - 4/30/2010. (PI: Stasiewicz) [Total subaward $71,539].
    • Primary Sponsor: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, Co-Sponsor: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, 1F32AA018064-01A1, Wives' Informal Control, Men's Cognitions, and Alcohol-Related Partner Violence, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, direct costs $55,552, 9/22/09 - 11/21/10.
    • Co-Investigator: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, U1 FRH07411, Mental Health Services Improvement - Telepsychiatry in the Delta (MHSI-TD), Delta Health Alliance, total costs, $268, 327. 7/1/08-6/30/10 (PI: Norquist/Fox)
    • Co-Investigator: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, Increasing the treatment of enuresis in children with sickle cell disease, Mississippi Institute for the Improvement of Geographic Minority Health, total costs, $30,000, 9/1/08-7/31/10.
    • Co-Investigator/Consultant: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R21 AA2962974, Emotional processing as a change mechanism in alcohol treatment, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, direct cost $250,000, total costs $390,000, 8/15/07-7/31/10. (PI: Stasiewicz).
    • Principal Investigator: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD. 1 R21 AA014907-01A2, Impulsivity and partner violence in male alcoholics, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, direct costs $275,000, 8/1/06 - 7/31/09. 
    • Co-Principal Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R01 MH078152-01, Ecological approaches to understanding postdisaster distress, National Institute of Mental Health, direct costs $1,217,141, total costs $1,850,054, 8/10/06 - 7/31/09. (PI: Galea)
    • Principal Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, Investigator: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD. R21 MH069627-01, Impulsivity and emotion dysregulation in BPD, National Institute of Mental Health, direct costs $450,000, total costs $640,560, 9/8/04-8/31/08.
    • Co-Principal Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, MIRECC #2-706, Trauma and smoking cue reactivity in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder, South Central Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Centers, Department of Veteran Affairs, total cost $22,178, 9/1/06-8/31/07. (Co-PI: Baschnagel)
    • Consultant/Co-Investigator: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, Relationship Characteristics of OIF/OEF and Vietnam Veterans. South Central Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center, Department of Veterans Affairs, direct costs $29,124, 5/1/07-4/30/08 (PI: Teten)
    • Principal Investigator: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD. 7R21 AA014214-02, Partner violence intervention for alcohol clinic clients, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, direct costs, $250,000, 7/15/04-3/31/07.
    • Co-Investigator/Consultant: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, SAPRP#51534, Improving identification and treatment of co-occurring substance abuse and mental illness in therapeutic justice courts, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Substance Abuse Policy Research Program), direct costs $363,474, total costs $399,422, 10/1/04-9/30/07. (PI: Farrell)
    • Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R21 MH064777, Development of a group CBT program for PTSD after a MVA, National Institute of Mental Health, direct cost $375,000, total costs $587,500, 7/1/02-6/30/06. (PI: Beck)
    • Principal Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R03 AA13308, Emotion and craving in alcoholics with comorbid PTSD, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, direct cost $100,000, total costs $155,500, 9/29/01-8/31/04.
    • Co-Investigator/Consultant: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R01 DA11158-06S1, Prevention of postrape psychopathology and drug abuse (Supplement: Intervention trial with individuals exposed to events of September 11, 2001), National Institute on Drug Abuse, direct cost $200,000, total costs $316,000, 10/1/02-6/30/04. (PI: Resnick)
    • Post-Doctoral Fellow: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, T32 AA07583-03, Research Training on Alcohol Etiology and Treatment, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 09/10/01 - 04/15/04. (PI: Connors).
    • Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, The effects of nicotine on reward conditioning: Initial tests of a model of the maintenance of smoking dependence, University at Buffalo, State University of New York Interdisciplinary Research and Creative Activities Fund, direct cost $50,000, 03/01/02-02/28/03. (PI: Hawk)
    • Principal Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, Impulsivity/risk-taking in a cocaine dependent sample, Medical University of South Carolina Institutional Grant, direct cost $24,329, 04/01/99-03/31/01.
    • Principal Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, Technology improvements for an inner-city dual-disorder mental health clinic, New York State Office Mental Health, direct cost $4,000, 4/00.
    • Co-Investigator: Scott F. Coffey, PhD, R21 CA081638, Biobehavioral mechanisms in genetic risk for smoking, National Cancer Institute, direct cost $375,000, total costs $592,500, 4/1/99-3/31/01. (PI: Drobes)
    • Graduate Fellow: Julie Schumacher-Coffey, PhD, 100% effort, T32-MH019107-08 Research Training: Etiology and Treatment of Spouse Abuse, National Institute of Mental Health, 0701/96 - 06/31/98. (PI: O'Leary).