Depression Treatment and Research Program
The Depression Treatment and Research Program (DTRP) is part of the Department of Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The DTRP lab is dedicated to improving the lives of people suffering from depression through innovative research and clinical services. Our research focuses on cognitive, affective, and motivational processes in depression and how short-term therapy can help people recover.
The DTRP Team: Spring 2023Graduate Students: Emily Badillo-Winard, Jack Rubacka, Jordan Sasiela (on internship) and Maddie White Undergraduates: Simone Barnes, Lizbeth Jaimes-Lopez, Vaeda McGarr, Gracia Reyes-Cabrera, Sky Strickland, Nikolai Tassin, Maya Wessler
Congratulations to two former DTRP Honors Students, Logan Stiles and Aaron Frazier, on their new co-authored publication!
Welcome to our newest graduate student, Haley Hedrick!
Congratulations to Dr. Jaimie Lunsford on receiving her PhD in December!
Congratulations to soon-to-be alum Jordan Sasiela on his Autism Fellowship postdoc at Nationwide Children's Hospital!
The Strong Minds study, funded by a R01 grant from NIMH, is in progress! This is an exciting collaborative project with the Caminos lab (Dr. Gaby Stein) and our partner site, the Disparities Research Unit at Mass General (Dr. Margarita Alegria). See our web page: https://www.caminoslab.org/strongminds