Service on Editorial Boards
The following BCS faculty are serving on the editorial boards for scientific journals:
- Dr. Lisabeth DiLalla. Behavior Genetics
- Dr. Michael Hoane. Open Critical Care Medicine Journal; Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity
- Dr. Eric Jacobs. The Behavioral Analyst, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior; Co-Editor of The Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior Bulletin
- Dr. Usha Lakshmanan. Second Language Research; RELC Journal
- Dr. Matt Schlesinger. Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development
Grants, Honors & Awards
- Dr. Eric Jacobs is President Elect for APA Division 25 (Behavior Analysis).
- Dr. Michelle Kibby was awarded a research supplement to her NICHD R15 grant to promote diversity in health-related research. This two-year supplement will support BCS student Sylvia Lee in her investigations of the hippocampus in relation to working memory deficits observed in individuals with ADHD and/or dyslexia. Congratulations to Dr. Kibby and Sylvia!
- Dr. Blake Hutsell (2009 BCS graduate, Jacobs advisee) won the American Psychological Association's Division 25 Dissertation Award! Division 25, in cooperation with the Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, sponsors annual awards that recognize excellent dissertations in basic and applied behavior analysis. Blake is currently a postdoctoral scientist at Auburn University.
- Dr. Reza Habib (with co-Investigator Dr. Mark Dixon, Rehab Institute) was awarded a grant from the Institute for Research on Gambling Disorders titled "Evaluating and treating the near-miss magnitude effect in underage pathological gamblers (fMRI)," October, 2010 - September, 2011, Total Costs: $34K.
- Dr. Michelle Kibby was awarded an NICHD R15 grant titled "Are frontal lobe size and executive dysfunction contributors to ADHD and dyslexia," August, 2010 - July, 2013, Total Costs: $419K.
- Drs. Michael Young and Eric Jacobs were awarded a NIDA R15 grant titled "Waiting for a better future: Deciding when to 'cash in' when outcomes are continuously improving," January, 2010 - December, 2012, Total Costs: $218K.
- Dr. Michael Hoane (with co-PI, Dr. Gail Anderson) was awarded an NIH grant from NINDS and NICHHD titled "Pharmacological optimization of poly-drug therapy in traumatic brain injury," September, 2009 - July, 2014, Total Costs: $1.6M subcontract to Hoane ($3.7M total).
- Dr. Michael Hoane was awarded an NIH R15 grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke titled "Vitamin B3 and traumatic brain injury," July, 2009 - June, 2011, Total Costs: $218K.