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Ongoing Federally Funded Projects

R01MH116902 (NIH/NIMH) - Social Cognition and Suicide in Psychotic Disorders (2019-2023)

This study uses a measurement burst design to evaluate the impact of social cognitive biases on risk for suicidal ideation and attempt in people with psychosis 

PI: Colin Depp

R01MH112620 (NIH/NIMH) - Introspective Accuracy, Bias, and Everyday Functioning in Severe Mental Illness (2018-2022)

The proposed study aims to: 1) learn how impaired introspective accuracy contributes to difficulties in real world functioning, 2) understand how introspective accuracy differs from other types of self-awareness, and 3) discover how clinical symptoms affect the amount and direction of introspective accuracy impairments. 

PI: Amy Pinkham; Site PI: Colin Depp 

R21MH116104 (NIMH) - Real-Time Mobile Cognitive Tests for Bipolar Disorder Research (2018-2020)

Project will validate frequently repeated mobile cognitive tests against standard neuropsychological assessments, to understand how the real-time effects of mood relate to real-world cognition, and to discover how real-world cognition relates to real-time daily functioning. 

PI: Raeanne Moore

R34MH113613-02 (NIH/NIMH) - Development of a Mobile Health Augmented Brief Suicide Prevention Intervention for People with SMI Accessing Community Care (2017-2020)

This study is aimed at developing, implementing and evaluating a novel intervention that employs in-person and mobile intervention augmentation to improve transition from urgent care to ongoing outpatient care in people with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. 

PI: Colin Depp

U2C AG060426 (NIA) - The Mobile Toolbox for Monitoring Cognitive Function (2018-2022)

To develop a set of app-based, validated cognitive assessment tools, the MobileToolbox, to help identify normal from abnormal cognitive change in adults aged 20 to 85.

PI: Gershon, Richard; Site PI: Raeanne Moore

I01HX002468-01 (VA ORD) - Rapid Referral to Suicide Specific Intervention in Psychiatric Emergency Care

This study will evaluate the impact on suicide prevention and operational efficiency of Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality versus Telephone Outreach to Veterans at high risk for suicide. 

PI: Colin Depp

R01AG062387 (NIA) - Detect: A novel device to assess how HIV affects neurocognitive decline and postural instability in older adults at risk for Alzheimer's Disease (2019-2024)

To use a novel, portable and automated virtual reality assessment tool to differentiate patterns of neurocognitive decline, and associated risk factors, to distinguish HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders from those related to the Mild Cognitive Impairment stage of AD.

PI: Raeanne Moore

ePD#6892 (Gilead) - Remote Sensing Technology to Improve Community-Based Fall Risk Assessment and Prevention Among Older Adults Living with HIV (2018-2020)

To validate a novel, technology-based comprehensive fall risk assessment system for use in research and community-based geriatric HIV clinics.

PI: Raeanne Moore

Administrative Suppl to K23MH107260 (NIA) - Digital Phenotyping Risk of Alzheimer's disease: Supplement to NIMH K23 (2018-2019)

To determine whether we can identify a digital phenotype of older person's living with HIV who are at-risk for Alzheimer's disease using a combination of multiple smartphone-based data sources, obtained via active and passive data collection methods.

PI: Raeanne Moore

K23 MH107260 (NIMH) - Real-Time Mobile Assessment of Daily Functioning Among Older HIV-Infected Adults (2015-2019)

This career development award is to increase the PIs capacity to conduct mHealth assessments for older adults with HIV.

PI: Raeanne Moore