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Disseminating cutting edge, evidence-based research to educate others and advance the behavioral health technologies field.

The CTBH team have given numerous presentations nationally and internationally in community, academic, and government settings. By presenting our work, CTBH can educate researchers, clinicians, and policy makers; promote the effective use of innovative technologies to treat substance use disorders and mental health disorders; and advance the field of behavioral health technology.

  • Harnessing digital technologies in the treatment of addiction: The state of the science. Marsch LA. Symposium: Applications of mHealth to addiction treatment. National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network Annual Scientific Meeting. North Bethesda, MD. March 2017.

  • Developing and evaluating ehealth video to increase HIV testing among Harlem area patients who initially decline. Aronson ID, Bennett AS, Guarino H, Marsch LA & Bania TC. Poster to be presented at the 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Behavioral Medicine (SBM). San Diego, CA. March/April 2017.

  • Prototype testing of Breathe Free: A Smartphone-based smoking cessation intervention. Raiff BR, Rapoza D, Scherlis D, Fortugno N. Annual Conference of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco. Florence, Italy. March 2017.

  • Technology-based interventions for health behavior. Raiff, BR. Annual Conference for the California Association for Behavior Analysis, Anaheim, CA. February 2017.

  • Multiple Sources of Stigmatization in the Lives of Immigrant Young Adults from the Former Soviet Union with Opioid Use Problems. Gunn A, Guarino H. Poster to be presented at the 21st Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR), New Orleans, LA. January 2017.

  • Budney AJ. Clinical approaches to co-occurring cannabis and tobacco use.  Symposium Presentation. American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry, Bonita Springs, FL. December 2016.

  • Marsch LA. Using personal connected health for pain, addiction & healing. Super Session at Connected Health Conference. Washington DC. December 2016.

  • Regulatory choices and their impact on cannabis use – vaping, edibles, and dabbing. Borodovsky JT, Lee DC, Budney AJ. Invited presenter and panel member for the Boston University Marijuana Myth and Reality meeting. November 5th 2016, Boston MA.

  • Opioid prescribing: Assessing risk and addressing addiction. Moore SK, Borodovsky JT. Invited speaker. Capital Health 1st Annual Primary Care Conference: Best Practices for Today, Staying Ahead of Tomorrow.  Princeton NJ. November 4, 2016.

  • What persuasion tactics in antismoking ads trigger smokers to consider an e-cigarette? Psychological reactance processes and boomerang effects. Kim SJ & Marsch LA. The 102nd Annual Conference of National Communication Association, Health Communication Division. November 2016.

  • Harnessing digital technologies in behavioral health: The state of the science. Marsch LA. University of Michigan.  Ann Arbor, MI. November 2016.

  • Potential impact of cannabis legalization on factors associated with the development of cannabis use disorder (Addiction). Budney AJ, Borodovsky JT, Lee DC.  Vermont Center on Behavior and Health Conference: Behavior Change, Health & Health Disparities, University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington VT. October 6-7, 2016.

  • Panel on the health implications of marijuana legalization: potential impacts of legalization on factors associated with the development of addiction (marijuana use disorders). Budney AJ. Session Chair and Presenter. University of Vermont Center on Behavior and Health Annual Conference. Burlington, VT. October 2016.

  • Budney AJ. Pharmacotherapies for cannabis use disorder: emerging research findings. Symposium Discussant American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, New York, NY. October 2016.

  • Transforming health and healthcare via science-based digital technologies. Marsch LA. ETH-Zurich/University of St. Gallen.  Zurich, Switzerland. October 2016.

  • Teen and parent dysregulation in teens with cannabis use disorders: Characteristics and cognitive-behavioral treatment outcomes. Lansing AH, Stanger C, Vaid E, Tampke EC, Kappel T, Budney AJ. Poster Presentation.  Vermont Center on Behavior and Health Conference: Behavior Change, Health & Health Disparities. University of Vermont College of Medicine. Burlington VT. October 6-7, 2016.

  • Family functioning and discrepancies in objective and family-reported adherence in youth with poorly controlled type 1 diabetes. Vaid E, Lansing AH, Stanger C. Poster Presentation. Vermont Center on Behavior and Health Conference: Behavior Change, Health & Health Disparities. University of Vermont College of Medicine. Burlington VT. October 6-7, 2016.

  • Teens with comorbid type 1 diabetes and psychiatric symptoms: The combined benefit of a behavioral treatment targeting non-adherence and psychiatric medication. Crochiere R, Lansing AH, Stanger C. Poster Presentation. Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies Annual Convention. New York, NY. October 2016.

  • Harnessing digital technologies in behavioral health: The state of the science. Marsch LA. Kaiser Permanente of Northern CA. Oakland, CA. September 13, 2016.

  • Science-based behavior change for health and wellness via mobile technology. Marsch LA. Presentation at GroupHealth.  Seattle, WA. September 12, 2016

  • Harnessing digital technologies in the treatment of addiction: The state of the science. Marsch LA.  Presentation at GroupHealth. Seattle, WA. September 9, 2016.

  • Scaling-up science-based mental health interventions in Latin America. Marsch LA. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.  Bogotá, Colombia. September 2016.

  • Budney AJ. Trials, tribulations, possibilities: what to do about cannabis? Symposium Chair and Discussant. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO. August 2016.

  • Transgenerational Mental Health. Nicholson J. Invited Plenary Address. Swiss Psychiatric Association Annual Conference. Basel, Switzerland. August 2016.

  • “The lowest of the low”: experiences and impacts of drug-related stigma among opioid-using young adults from the former Soviet Union. Guarino H, Gunn A, Teper A.  The Society for the Study of Social Problems 2016 Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA. August 2016.

  • Harnessing social media and crowdsourcing for behavioral health research: Facebook-based intervention for smoking cessation. Kim SJ. Cancer Control Program Behavioral Research Meeting, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. August 2016.

  • Budney AJ,  Stanger C. The cannabis revolution: what we don’t know may hurt, so what do we do? Symposium Presenter. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO. August 2016.

  • Applying novel technologies and methods to inform the ontology of self-regulation. Marsch LA. Science of Behavior Change Research Network Annual Meeting. Bethesda, MD. July 2016.

  • Fear-eliciting antismoking ads unintentionally motivate smokers to consider an e-cigarette: The boomerang effect. Kim SJ, Marsch LA. Paper presentation. 78th annual conference of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Palm Springs, CA. June 11-16, 2016.

  • The panorama of parental mental illness: a multidisciplinary investigation of the family experience. Nicholson J. Annual Meeting of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association. Boston, MA. May 22-25, 2016.

  • Using behavior analytic strategies to reduce sedentary behavior, increase physical activity, and improve dietary behaviors. Raiff, BR. Discussant. Annual Meeting for the Association for Behavior Analysis International. Chicago, IL. May 2016.

  • Birds of a feather abstain together: group contingency management for smoking cessation with pairs of smokers who have a prior relationship. Raiff BR, Arena A, Meredith SE. Annual meeting for the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL. May 2016.

  • Applying mobile health technologies to health behavior change: the state of the science. Marsch LA. Society for Clinical Trials Conference.  Montreal, CA.  May 2016.

  • Persuasive Technology for health promotion and engagement. Kim SJ.  Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center. Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. May 2016.

  • Integrating Facebook and crowdsourcing platforms to conduct tobacco control research. Kim SJ. Center for Technology and Behavioral Health Affiliate Meeting. Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. May 2016.

  • Stakeholder views on using technology to enhance evidence based vocational services. Tauscher J and Lord S.  Invited presentation. American Counseling Association Annual Conference. Montreal, QB. April 2016.

  • Transforming healthcare via science-based technology. Marsch LA. Keynote Address.  International Society for Research on Internet Interventions.  Seattle, WA. April 2016.

  • Promoting eco‐driving using immediate feedback. Rahaman J, Raiff B.  Poster presentation. Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Association for Behavior Analysis. March 2016.

  • Incentives for increases in Fitbit verified physical activity among individuals with developmental disabilities. Sheppard R, Raiff B.  Association for Professional Behavior Analysts. Washington DC. March 2016.

  • Single-case experimental designs. Raiff BR. Society for Behavioral Medicine. Washington D.C. March 2016.

  • Addiction Medicine and Substance Abuse. Guarino H.  Panelist. Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. New Brunswick, NJ. March 2016.

  • The promise and utility of web/mobile technology in the prevention and management of substance use disorders in youth. (Panel Chair: Subramaniam, G.) Marsch LA. The Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine.  Washington DC. March 2016.

  • Technology and health behavior: the state of the science. Marsch LA. Keynote Address.  American Psychomatic Society.  Denver, CO. March 2016.

  • Parents with mental illness. Nicholson J.  Grand Rounds, Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital. Worcester MA. March 2016.

  • Use of technology in applied behavior analysis. Raiff BR. Workshop to be presented at the Texas Association for Behavior Analysis regional conference. Fort Worth, TX. March 2016.

  • Using technology to overcome barriers to delivering behavioral interventions for health behavior. Raiff BR, Rapoza D, Dallery J. Invited presentation to take place at the Texas Association for Behavior Analysis regional conference. Fort Worth, TX.  March 2016.

  • Transforming healthcare via science-based technology. Marsch LA.  Presidential Faculty Lecturer, Dartmouth College.  Hanover, NH. March 2016.

  • Transforming healthcare via science-based technology. Marsch LA. Children’s Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research Center. Dartmouth College. Hanover, NH. February 2016.

  • Changing culture of cannabis use: implications and concerns. Budney AJ.  Successful Integration of Behavioral Health into Medical Practice: the SBIRT Conference. Montpelier, VT. January 2016.

  • Problematic marijuana use (addiction): characteristics, prevalence, treatment outcomes. Budney AJ. National Debate on Marijuana, Cancun, Mexico. January 2016.

  • Technology and behavioral health: the state of the science. Marsch LA. University of Miami Grand Rounds, Miami, FL. January 2016.

  • Using machine learning to predict substance abuse with social media data. Crosier B,  Borodovsky J. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA. January 2016.

  • Social network analysis with r and social media data. Crosier B. Pre-Conference Workshop Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA. January 2016.

  • New methods in social and personality psychology: social network analysis. Harari G, Crosier B, Webster G. Pre-Conference Organizer and Chair: Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA. January 2016.

  • Applying novel technologies and methods to inform the ontology of self-regulation. Marsch LA, Poldrack R. National Institutes of Health Science of Behavior Change Conference. Bethesda, MD. December 2015.

  • Young adult smokers with mental illness: Characteristics and pilot studies of innovative cessation approaches. Brunette, M. Dartmouth College Cancer Control Program’s Behavioral Research Meeting. Lebanon, NH. December 2015.

  • Family Informed Care. Nicholson J. Grand Rounds, Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital. Worcester, MA. November 2015.

  • Psychosocial treatment interventions for substance use disorders. Budney AJ. Substance Abuse Symposium: Focus on Treatment, Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, NJ. November 2015.

  • Applying technology to substance use disorders: the state of the science and future opportunities. Marsch LA.  National Clinical Trials Network, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH). Bethesda, MD. November 2015.

  • Technology and behavioral health: opportunities and challenges. Marsch LA.  Keynote Address for “All Harvard Day”.  Harvard University, Boston MA. November 2015.

  • Making sense of mentalhealth amidst rising social inequality. Carpenter-Song E. Session Co-organizer. American Anthropological Association, Denver, CO. November 2015.

  • Integrating evidence-based behavioral health technologies into primary care: Practitioner and staff perspectives. Lord SE, Meier A, Johnson D, Olsen A, Crosier B, Carpenter-Song E, McGovern M, Griesemer I, Bodorovsky J. Addiction Health Services Research (AHSR) Conference. Marina Del Ray, CA. October 14-16.

  • If we build it, will they come? The opportunities and challenges of implementation and dissemination of evidence-based games. Fiellin LE. Section of General Medicine Research in Progress, Yale University. New Haven, CT. October 2015.

  • Marijuana (Cannabis): clinical implications of the changing landscape. Budney AJ. Annual Meeting of the Maine Association of Psychiatric Physicians: Freeport, ME. October 2015.

  • Leveraging technology in the science-based treatment of substance use disorders. Marsch LA.  New Hampshire Hospital Research Seminar.  Concord, NH. October 2015.

  • The enabling power of technology.  Institutional engagement with patients in healthcare operations and technology opportunities workshop. Marsch LA.  International Hospital Federation Conference.  Chicago, IL. October 2015.

  • The changing landscape of marijuana (cannabis): what’s real, what’s not. Budney A. Pediatric Grand Rounds. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Lebanon, NH. September 16, 2015.

  • Technology and behavioral health: the state of the science. Marsch LA. Dartmouth College Cancer Control Program Behavioral Research Meeting. Lebanon, NH.  September 2015.

  • Mobile applications for people with severe mental illness. Ferron J. Geisinger Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds. September 2015.

  • How can behavioral science inform marijuana regulatory policy? Budney AJ.  Presidential Address. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada. August 2015.

  • Mining, analysis, and insight: using facebook user data to investigate health behaviors. Crosier B. Resident Seminar, Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College. August 2015.

  • Veterans’ adherence to a web-based CBT intervention for trauma and problematic substance use. Acosta MC, Possemato KP, Hutchison D, Barrie K, Lantinga L, Marsch L, Maisto S, Rosenblum A.  Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada. August 2015.

  • Overdose experiences and risks among nonmedical prescription opioid users: polydrug use, repeated overdoses, death and hospitalization. Mateu-Gelabert P, Guarino H, Jessel L, Syckes C, Ruggles K, Frank D, Friedman SR. Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. August 2015.

  • Patterns of opioid-involved overdose among young adults from the former Soviet Union in New York City. Guarino H and Teper A. Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. August 2015.

  • Improving antipsychotic pharmacotherapy via educational outreach to prescribers across a state mental health system. Brunette MF. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada. August 2015.

  • Implementing coordinated specialty care for persons with first episode psychosis in community clinics. Brunette MF. Symposium Chair. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada. August 2015.

  • Using technology to overcome barriers to delivering behavioral interventions for healthy behavior. Raiff BR. Division 25, B.F. Skinner New Research Applied Award. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada. August 2015.

  • Faculty speaker/mentor

    Marsch LA. 2015 UCLA-NIH Summer Institute on Mobile Health (mHealth) Technology Research. Los Angeles, CA. August 2015.

  • Technology-based interventions for substance use disorders: the state of the science. Marsch LA.  UCLA Center for Advancing Longitudinal Drug Abuse Research Summer Institute. Los Angeles, CA. July 2015.

  • A risk reduction HIV prevention videogame for teens. Fiellen LE. Serious Play Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. July 21, 2015.

  • Can persons with a history of multiple addiction treatment episodes and chronic relapse benefit from technology-delivered behavior therapy? Kim SJ, Marsch LA. 77th annual conference of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Phoenix, AZ, June 13–18, 2015.

  • Patterns of opioid use and associated health risks among young adults from the former Soviet Union in New York City. Guarino H, Teper A. Dynamic Youth Community, Inc. Brooklyn, NY. June 2015.

  • Risk associated with nonmedical prescription opioid use: transition to heroin use and drug injection, overdose and Hepatitis C. Mateu-Gelabert P, Guarino H, Jessel L, Syckes C, Ruggles K, Friedman SR. Poster presentation. Annual Meeting of the College of Problems on Drug Dependence (CPDD), Phoenix AZ. June 2015.

  • Injection risk behavior and HIV and HCV prevalence among young opioid injectors in New York City. Mateu-Gelabert P, Guarino H, Jessel L, Syckes C, Ruggles K, Friedman SR. HIV/AIDS Working Group. Oral presentation. Annual Meeting of the College of Problems on Drug Dependence (CPDD). Phoenix AZ. June 2015.

  • Opioid use trajectories, injection drug use and HCV risk among young adult immigrants from the former Soviet Union living in New York City. Guarino H, Marsch LA, Deren S, Straussner SLA, Teper A. Poster presentation. Annual Meeting of the College of Problems on Drug Dependence (CPDD). Phoenix, AZ. June 2015

  • Using Facebook ad sampling to survey cannabis vaporizer use. Crosier B, Lee DC, Budney AJ, Borodovsky J, Sargent J. Annual meeting of The College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Phoenix, AZ. June 2015.

  • Characterizing vaporizer use among cannabis users. Lee DC, Crosier B, Borodovsky J, Sargent J, Budney AJ. Annual meeting of The College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Phoenix, AZ. June 2015.

  • Intervention 2.0: Using social digital tools to reach difficult-to-treat substance users. Budney AJ.  Workshop Discussant: Annual meeting of The College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Phoenix, AZ. June 2015.

  • Stakeholder perspectives on technology enhanced delivery of IPS Supported Employment. Tauscher, JS & Lord SE. Disability and Employment Symposium: Research Informing Practice and Policy. Washington D.C. June 2015.

  • State of the scientific literature on treatment of opioid-dependence among adolescents and young adults. Marsch LA. International Conference on Opioids.  Boston, MA.  June 2015.

  • Predictors of outcome from web-based treatment for substance use disorders. Kim SJ, Marsch LA, Acosta MC, Guarino H & Aponte-Melendez Y.  The 20th Annual CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Network Conference. San Diego, CA. June 2015.

  • Using technology to help understand mechanisms and produce scalable behavioral interventions. Marsch LA. Modifying Facets of Personality in Midlife to Promote Well-Being and Healthier Aging Conference.  National Institute on Aging, NIH. Bethesda, MD. June 2015.

  • Marijuana (Cannabis): clinical implications of the changing landscape. Budney AJ. Addictions 2015: Harvard Medical School.  May 2015.

  • Provider perspectives on the potential utility of technology-based tools in the treatment of chronic pain. Guarino H, Moore SK, Rosenblum A & Marsch LA.  Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Pain Society. Palm Springs, CA. May 2015.

  • Analyzing long-duration and high-frequency data using the time-varying effect model. Xie H, Drake RE, Kim SJ, & McHugo GJ. Modern Modeling Methods Conference. University of Connecticut. Storrs, CT. May 2015.

  • Mediational processes in latent growth curve modeling: investigation of the longitudinal effect of technology-based substance use treatment on drug abstinence. Kim SJ, Marsch LA & Xie H. Modern Modeling Methods Conference. University of Connecticut. Storrs, CT. May 2015.

  • A new frontier: integrating digital and behavioral technology to promote health behavior. Dallery J. Association for Behavior Analysis International. San Antonio, TX. May 2015.

  • A videogame intervention increases HIV knowledge. Fiellin LE. Yale HIV Research Club. New Haven, CT. April 28, 2015.

  • Implementing coordinated specialty care for persons with first episode psychosis  in community clinics. Brunette MF. Symposium Chair, American Psychiatric Association.Toronto, Canada. April 2015.

  • Transforming behavioral healthcare via science-based technology. Marsch LA. Lyon-Voorhees Endowed Lectureship. University of Colorado School of Medicine. April 2015.

  • A videogame increases HIV risk-related knowledge in adolescents. Fiellen LE. Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine. Los Angeles, CA. March 2015.

  • Using technology to improve access, quality and outcomes:  tobacco treatment in mental health settings. Brunette, MF. 12th Workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry – Mental Health Policy and Economics Research: Improving access, quality and outcomes.  Venice, Italy. March 2015.

  • Preventing the progression of tobacco use disorder in schizophrenia. Brunette, MF. Workshop Chair, 15th International Congress on Schizophrenia Research. Colorado Springs, CO. March 2015.

  • Are people with schizophrenia responsive to tobacco regulation efforts? Brunette, MF. Annual meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Research. Philidelphia, PA. March 2015.

  • Transforming healthcare via science-based technology. Marsch LA.  Grand Rounds, Zucker Hillside Hospital. New York NY. March 2015.

  • Two results from the West Study: Prevalence of TBI and Contingency Management for Drug Abuse. McHugo GJ. Grand Rounds. Dartmouth College, Department of Psychiatry. Lebanon, NH. February 2015.

  • Technology tools to improve smoking cessation outcomes in people with mental illness. Brunette, MF. Grand Rounds. UMDNJ-Rutgers Department of Psychiatry. New Jersey. February 2015.

  • Towards a scalable model of Internet-based contingency management to promote smoking cessation. Raiff BR, Dallery J. Annual conference of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco. Philadelphia, PA. February 2015.

  • Extraversion and Network Centrality: Social Network Analysis of Face-to-Face Interactions Captured with Mobile Sensor Networks. Crosier B, Webster GD & Griesemer IJ. Conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Long Beach, CA. February 2015.

  • Transforming behavioral healthcare via science-based technology. Marsch LA.  Brown School of Public Health Innovations in Behavioral and Social Health Research Series.  Brown University. Providence, RI. February 2015.

  • Collecting Data from Online Social Networks. Crosier B. CTBH Affiliates Meeting. Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College. Lebanon, NH. January 2015.

  • Transforming behavioral healthcare via science-based technology. Marsch LA. Capital Health Hospital System.  Hopewell, NJ. January 2015.

  • Transforming healthcare via science-based technology. Marsch LA.  Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics 2014-2015 Research Seminar Series. University of Pennsylvania.  Philadelphia, PA. January 2015.

  • Academic detailing with audit and feedback to decrease prescribing of high weight gain antipsychotic medications. Brunette, MF. In symposium, Implementation of a system wide health promotion to reduce early mortality in high risk adults with SMI. 7th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation. Bethesda, MD. December 2014.

  • Electronic cigarettes: Friend, foe, or uneasy ally to the addiction  psychiatrist? Brunette, MF. Symposium Chair. American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry Annual Meeting. Miami, FL. December 2014.

  • Vaporizing Cannabis: Trends and Implications for Health and Abuse Liability. Lee DC, Crosier B  & Budney AJ.  Psychiatric Research Seminar. Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College.Lebanon, NH. December 2014.

  • Utilities of crowdsourcing websites in health communication research. Kim SJ. Cancer Control Behavior Focus Group December Meeting. Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine. Lebanon, NH. December 2014.

  • Behavioral health technologies. New paradigms for behavioral and mental health care. Marsch LA.  Salzburg Global Seminar.  Salzburg, Austria. December 2014.

  • Increasing Adherence to Blood Glucose Testing in Teens With Type I Diabetes. Raiff BR, Barry V, Ridenour T, Jitnarin N. Annual Convention for the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. Philadelphia, PA. November, 2014.

  • When do misleading communication tactics in health advertisements become persuasive?: Labeling and adjacency effects in health advertorials. Kim SJ, Hancock JT. [Top Paper Award] National Communication Association. Chicago, IL. November 2014.

  • The role of state mental health leaders in supporting evidence-based practices over time. Jones A, Bond GR, Peterson AE, Drake RE, McHugo GJ, Williams JR.  American Evaluation Association. October 2014.

  • Developing a Web-based prescription opioid abuse prevention tool for adolescents:  assessment of merits and feasibility. Moore S, Marsch LA, Grabinski M, Semino S.  American Pain Association Annual Conference.  New York, NY. October 2014.

  • Using web technologies to promote behavioral health. Marsch LA. Native Health Symposium. Dartmouth College Hanover, NH. October 2014.

  • Marijuana – new regulation policy and early results. Budney AJ. Conference/Workshop: Adolescent Substance Abuse: Vulnerability, Treatment Needs, and Community-Based RecoveryWayne State University, Detroit MI. October 2014.

  • Marijuana – new regulation policy and early results. Budney AJ. Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine.  Ottawa, CA. October 2014.

  • Single-case experimental research designs for testing technology-based interventions. Raiff BR. National Institutes of Health. Bethesda, MD. October 2014.

  • Videogames, here for good: An Ipad-based game for substance use prevention in youth. Fiellin LE. NIDA Technology Interest Group, Rockville, MD. September 2014.

  • Opioid-using young adults from the former Soviet Union in New York City:  a group poised for an HCV outbreak? Guarino H, Teper A. Poster presentation. 2014 New York City HCV Research Consortium Meeting. September 2014.

  • Brunette MF. The Sixth Annual C. Everett Koop, MD Tobacco Treatment Conference, VT. September 2014.

  • Using Technology to Overcome Barriers to Behavioral Interventions for Healthy Behavior. Raiff BR. Minnesota Association for Behavior Analysis, Annual Regional Conference, Minneapolis, MN. September 2014.

  • Information and behavioral technology to promote health. Dallery J. University of Vermont Health Behavior Center. Burlington, VT. September 2014.

  • Treating addiction with technology. Marsch LA. Rural Health Symposium. Barnet, VT. September 2014.

  • Technology-based behavioral health therapeutic tools: integration into practice. Marsch L. Making Apps and Web-based Tools Part of Your Integrated Behavioral Health Team. SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions. Washington, DC. August 2014.

  • Clinical epidemiology, characteristics, services, and outcomes for youth with cannabis use disorders: status of the problem and expectations for the future. Budney AJ. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.  Washington, DC. August 2014.

  • Substance specific changes in DSM-5: one set of criteria for all substances? Budney AJ. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.  Washington, DC. August 2014.

  • Transforming addiction treatment with science-based technology. Marsch LA. National Frontier and Rural (NFAR) ATTC 2014 Addiction Treatment Technology Summit. Chicago, IL. August 2014.

  • Drug use trajectories of young adult nonmedical prescription opioid users: early initiation and rapid escalation to heroin use and injection drug use. Guarino H, Mateu-Gelabert P, Teper A, Jessell L. Roundtable presentation at the Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting.  August 2014.

  • A videogame increases HIV risk-related knowledge in adolescents. Fiellin LE. 20th International AIDS Conference. Melbourne, Australia. July 21, 2014.

  • Single-case experiments for mHealth. Dallery J. mHealth Institute, NIH. July 2014.

  • Using Technology to Overcome Barriers to Behavioral Interventions for Promoting Healthy Behavior. Raiff BR. New Jersey Association for Behavior Analysis, Summer Workshop, Georgian Court University. July 2014.

  • Technology-based treatments for substance use disorders: the state of the science. Marsch LA. National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network Classroom Series. Bethesda MD. July 2014.

  • How health information technology can advance recovery in behavioral health. Marsch LA. SAMHSA Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale; Technology Assistance Center Strategy Regional Summit. Kansas City, Kansas. July 2014.

  • Ethical issues in the use of internet and other technologies. Marsch LA. HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute; Fordham University Center for Ethics Education.  NY, NY. July 2014.

  • Heroin production in Colombia: a time-bomb for a drug injection-driven HIV epidemic in Colombia? Mateu-Gelabert P, Berbesi D, Mejía Motta IE, Guarino H, Harris S. Poster presentation.  NIDA International Forum, San Juan, PR. June 14-19, 2014.

  • Initiation of nonmedical prescription opioid use and development of opioid dependence among young adults. Mateu-Gelabert P, Guarino H. Poster to be presented at College on Problems of Drug Dependence. San Juan, PR. June 14-19, 2014.

  • Comparative efficacy of a computer-based HIV testing video intervention in sites of varying HIV prevalence. Aronson I.  College on Problems of Drug Dependence. San Juan, PR. June 14-19, 2014.

  • Understanding organization readiness to use of technology-based treatment approaches to behavioral health care. Lord S. Presentation at College on Problems of Drug Dependence. San Juan PR. June 14-19, 2014.

  • PlayForward: A videogame that increases drug, alcohol and sexual risk knowledge in teens. Fiellin LE. Presentation at College on Problems of Drug Dependence. San Juan PR. June 14-19, 2014.

  • Workshop at Mind and Life Summer Research Institute at the Garrison Institute. Schuman-Olivier Z. Workshop at Mind and Life Summer Research Institute at the Garrison Institute. Garrison, NY. June 2014.

  • Tobacco use among those with cannabis use disorders: clinical approaches to co-occurring use. Lee DC, Budney AJ. Symposium Chair: Annual meeting of The College on Problems of Drug Dependence Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico. June 2014.

  • Up in smoke: cannabis and tobacco, linked at the hip and double trouble. Budney AJ. Symposium Chair: Annual meeting of The College on Problems of Drug Dependence Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico. June 2014.

  • Technology-based therapeutic tool for substance use disorders: Therapeutic Education System. Marsch LA. United Health Alliance: Opioid Addiction Initiative. Bennington VT. June 2014.

  • Applying Technology-based Behavioral Health tools in Latin America mental health care systems. Marsch LA. Salud Mental en las Americas conference.  Lima, Peru. June 2014.

  • Using a random-effects tobit model to analyze longitudinal data with a large fraction of zeros. Xie H, Bond G, McHugo GJ, Drake RE. Modern Modeling Methods (M3) Conference. May 2014.

  • Increasing treatment seeking among at-risk service members returning from warzones to headquarters. Stecker T. Presentation. US Army Medical Research and Material Command. Fort Detrick, MD. May 2014.

  • HIV/HCV risk among young adults who use prescription opioids nonmedically: implications for disease prevention. Guarino H, Mateu-Gelabert P, Teper A. Oral presentation at the Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. May 2014.

  • Nicotine increases the essential value of food-paired conditioned reinforcers. Cassidy R, Dallery J. Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL. May 2014.

  • Internet and videogame-based contingency management for promoting healthy behavior. Raiff BR, Dallery J. Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL. May 2014.

  • Translational research on innovative, behavioral treatments for cigarette smoking. Kurti A, Dallery J. Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL. May 2014.

  • Double trouble: tobacco and marijuana, treatment development. Budney AM. Norris Cotton Cancer Center Comprehensive Thoracic Oncology Program Retreat. Lyme, VT. May 2014.

  • Marijuana use and mental illness: what do we really know? What can we recommend? Budney AJ. NAMI Vermont Annual Conference. Fairlee, VT. May 2014.

  • Cannabis and caffeine-related disorders in DSM-5. Budney AJ. Symposium Presentation. Annual meeting American Psychiatric Association, New York City. May 2014.

  • Transforming healthcare via science-based technology.  Marsch LA. Geisel Board of Overseers Meeting.  Dartmouth College.  Hanover, NH. May 2014.

  • Brief telephone CBT to increase engagement in alcohol treatment. Stecker T. 10th Annual Dartmouth Symposium on Substance Use, Hanover NH. May 2014.

  • Integrated mobile platforms to support and monitor medication adherence in buprenorphine treatment. Schuman-Olivier Z. 10th Annual Dartmouth Symposium on Substance Use, Hanover NH. May 2014.

  • Online delivery of MET, CBT, & CM to treat cannabis use disorder. Budney AJ. 10th Annual Dartmouth Symposium on Substance Use, Hanover NH. May 2014.

  • Web-based motivational decision support and tobacco treatment. Brunette M. 10th Annual Dartmouth Symposium on Substance Use. Dartmouth College.  Hanover, NH. May 2014.

  • Promising technologies: systems and models of deployment: a broad view of the field. Marsch LA. Keynote Speaker; 10th Annual Dartmouth Symposium on Substance Use. Dartmouth College.  Hanover, NH. May 2014.

  • Internet and videogame-based contingency management intervention for promoting healthy behavior. Raiff BR, Dallery J, Rapoza D. Annual conference for the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago. May 2014.

  • Understanding the Psychology of Media Communications: Tools for Constructing Persuasive Health Content. Kim SJ. Invited Presentation at Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center. Lebanon, NH. May 2014

  • Would you still take the information if you knew it was an advertisement?: Taking prior knowledge and affective responses toward deceptive health advertisements. Kim SJ. Paper presentation at the annual convention of the International Communication Association. Seattle, WA. May 2014

  • Understanding organization readiness to use of technology-based treatment approaches to behavioral health care. Lord S. Invited symposium presentation, Promoting the Use of Telehealth and other Interactive Communication Technologies in Behavioral Health Settings, Annual Conference of the National Council for Behavioral Health. Washington, DC. May 2014.

  • Associations of nicotine use, pain, and quality of life with subthreshold verses diagnostic-level PTSD in OEF/OIF veterans with co-occurring substance use. Hutchison D, Emery JB, Barrie K, Lantinga LJ, Possemato K, Maisto SA, Rosenblum A, Acosta M, Marsch L. Poster presentation. Annual meeting for the Society for Behavioral Medicine. Philadelphia. April 23-26 2014.

  • What’s next for treatment? Schuman-Olivier Z.  Workshop presentation at the National Prescription Drug Abuse Summit. Atlanta, GA. April 22, 2014.

  • Pathways to Vets: an online intervention for at-risk service members. Presentation to Center for Technology and Behavioral Health, Dartmouth College, April 21, 2014.

  • Assertive community treatment with Buprenorphine for opioid dependence and severe mental illness. Schuman-Olivier Z. American Society of Addition Medicine, Medical-Scientific Conference. Orlando,FL. April 11, 2014.

  • The future of analysis in games for health: combining in-game data collection and standardized assessments. Fiellin LE. Presentation at Youth + Tech + Health Conference. San Francisco. April 6-8, 2014.

  • Mindfully on Meds? At the interface of psychiatry and mindfulness.
    Schuman-Olivier Z. Presentation at the International Conference for Mindfulness Studies. Norwood, MA. April 4, 2014.

  • How health information technology can advance recovery in behavioral health. Campbell A, Lord S, Marsch LA. SAMHSA Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale; Technology Assistance Center Strategy Regional Summit.  Reno, Nevada. April 2014.

  • Improving health through innovative approaches to treating tobacco in the mental health setting. Brunette MF. Symposium. Annual NIMH Conference on Mental Health Services Research. Bethesda, MD. April 2014.

  • Changing organizational culture, physician prescriging, and consumer engagement in a system-wide health promotion intervention to reduce early mortality in high risk adults with serious mental illness and obesity. Brunette MF. Symposium. Annual NIMH Conference on Mental Health Services Research. Bethesda, MD. April 2014.

  • Dating and sexual behavior among single parents of young children in the United States. Gray PB, Garcia JR, Crosier B, Fisher HE. Conference of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Calgary, Canada. April 2014.

  • Mindfully on Meds? At the interface of psychiatry and mindfulness. Schuman-Olivier Z. International Conference for Mindfulness Studies. Norwood, MA. April 4, 2014.

  • Mobile ethnography and lived experiences of homelessness. Carpenter-Song E. Presentation at the K12 Career Development Scholars Seminar, April 11, 2014.

  • Single-case experimental designs. Raiff BR. Invited presentation at the Workshop on Innovative Study Designs and Methods for Developing, Testing and Implementing Behavioral Interventions to ImproveHealth, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Bethesda, MD. April 2014.

  • Technology-based interventions for schizophrenia. Marsch LA. Discussant. A Learning Mental Health Care System, National Institute of Mental Health. Bethesda, MD. April 2014.

  • Parents with mental illness turn to mobile apps. Nicholson J, Wolf T, Haslett W. Presentation at the 4th International Conference on Families Living with Mental Health Challenges. Berkeley, CA. April 2014.

  • Increasing treatment seeking among at-risk service members returning from warzones. Stecker T. Presentation to Psychiatric Research Seminar, Dartmouth College, March 7, 2014.

  • Video Game Therapy?: A Systematic Review of Studies Utilizing Serious Games. Swirsky JM, Milligan F, Raiff B. Poster presentation at the annual conference of the Eastern Psychological Association. Boston, MA. March 2014.

  • Using Technology Tools to Improve Mental Health Care. Marsch LA. World Bank Institute. Washington DC. March 2014.

  • Misleading marketing tactics in health advertorials: Measuring advertising schema activation through lexical decision tasks. Kim SJ & Hancock JT. The Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Austin, TX. February 2014.

  • Romantic attachment and friendship networks: Individual differences in attachment manifesting in group social behavior. Gesselman AN, Crosier B, Webster GD.  Conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX. February 2014.

  • The next generation of psychological data collection: Social networks and mobile sensing. Crosier B, Webster GD. Data Blitz. Conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX. February 2014.

  • RDS and HIV: rates, risk factors and future intervention. Crosier B, Sandfort T, Kaighobadi F, Knox J, Reddy V. Sunbelt Conference of the International Network For Social Network Analysis, February 2014.

  • Potential moderators of cannabis treatment outcomes: implications for treatment development. Budney AJ.  Grand Rounds and Addiction Research Center Seminar presentation, University of Connecticut Health Center. Feb. 2014

  • Treatment for cannabis use disorders: how might we advance  the state of the art? Budney AJ.  Grand Rounds and Addiction Research Center Seminar presentation, University of Connecticut Health Center. Feb. 2014.

  • Translating the iPad-based PlayForward: Elm City Stories game to other platforms. Fiellin LE. Presentation to Yale Center for Clinical Investigation for supplemental funding. New Haven, CT. Feb 2014.

  • Improving cessation pharmacotherapy via videoconference educational outreach to prescribers. Brunette MF, Akerman S, Ferron JC, Dzebisashvili N, Xie H, Bartels S. Poster: Society for Nicotine and Tobacco Research.  Seattle, WA. Feb 2014.

  • Electronic Decision Support to motivate smoking cessation treatment in people with serious mental illness. Brunette MF. State-of-the Science Conference. University of Illinois at Chicago. Chicago, IL. October 2014.

  • Psychosocial interventions for cancer survivors. Hegel, M. New Hampshire Hospital. Concord NH. December 2013.

  • The healthcare perspective. Marsch, LA. (Panel discussant). Trustworthy Health and Wellness Conference, Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, MD. December 2013.

  • Understanding why emergency department patients decline routine HIV testing. Aronson IA, Koken J, Marsch LA, Rajan S, Bania T. American Public Health Association (APHA) Conference. Boston, MA. November 2013.

  • Transforming health and health care via technology. Marsch LA. Informatics Grand Rounds, Dartmouth College Hanover, NH. November 2013.

  • Transforming addiction treatment via technology. Marsch L. Research Institute on Addictions. University of Buffalo. Buffalo, NY. November 2013.

  • How good is the evidence? Dallery J. (Panel Discussant). Wireless Health 2013. Baltimore, MD. November 2013

  • Transforming healthcare via technology. Marsch LA. Presentation to Qulturum. Sweden. November 2013

  • Families’ experiences of housing insecurity and poverty in northern New England: implications for mental health services. Carpenter-Song E. New Hampshire Hospital Grand Rounds. Concord, NH. October 2013.

  • Transforming substance abuse and mental health treatment via technology. (Keynote Address) Marsch LA. Technology Innovations for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment Conference; U.S. White House. Washington DC. September 2013.

  • Sensor prediction of relapse. Ben-Zeev D. Technology Innovations for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment Conference; U.S. White House. Washington DC. September 2013.

  • Implementation of innovative technologies for substance abuse treatment: challenges and opportunities. Lord S. Technology Innovations for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment Conference; U.S. White House. Washington DC. September 2013.

  • The future is now: Dartmouth Center for Supported Employment Technology. Lord S. Invited presentation at Annual Conference of the Oregon Supported Employment Center for Excellence. Portland, OR. September 2013.

  • Emerging technologies in behavioral health. Marsch LA. Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council. Breckenridge, CO. September 2013

  • Technology Commercialization Program (TCP). Fiellin LE. Presenter. Yale Entrepreneurial Institute. New Haven, CT. September 2013.

  • Behavior analysis, technology, and the super-convergence. Dallery J. Society for the Study of Social Problems, 2013 Annual Meeting. New York, NY. August 2013.

  • Patterns of nonmedical prescription opioid use and HIV/HCV/STI risk among a sample of young adults in New York City: an exploratory study. Guarino H, Mateu-Gelabert P, Friedman SR. Society for the Study of Social Problems 2013 Annual Meeting. New York, NY. August 2013.

  • Transforming behavioral health via technology. Marsch LA. CTSA Grand Rounds. Mayo Clinic. Rochester, MN. August 2013.

  • Technology-based therapeutic tools for behavioral health. Marsch LA. Health Care Delivery Science Scholars Seminar. Mayo Clinic. Rochester, MN. August 2013

  • Mobile health (mHealth) for schizophrenia. Ben-Zeev D. Department of Information Science, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY. August 2013.

  • Healthcare reform and depression: ending the carve-out. Hegel MT. Wellness & Prevention, Inc. Johnson & Johnson webinar. July 2013.

  • Applying technology to the prevention of prescription drug misuse. Marsch LA. Presentation at Congressional Briefing on Capitol Hill. Washington, DC. July 2013.

  • Looking back at PlayForward: A post-mortem panel of designers, developers & researchers. Fiellin L. Games for Health Conference. June 27, 2013. Boston, MA.

  • How substance use can affect HIV test rates following a computer-based video intervention. Aronson ID, Rajan S, Koken J,Marsch LA, Bania TC. Poster presentation. College on Problems of Drug Dependence, San Diego, CA, June 2013.

  • Using technology to enhance evidence-based supported employment for individuals living with serious mental illness. Lord S. Invited demonstration. Annual Dartmouth-Johnson & Johnson Conference on IPS Supported Employment, June 2013.

  • Using web-based technology to engage young adults with serious mental illness in accessing evidence-based supported employment. Lord S, Cohen M. Invited Workshop. National Alliance on Mental Illness Conference, June 2013.

  • Harnessing the potential of technologies for delivery of behavioral health care. Lord SE. Invited Presentation at Dartmouth – Howard Summer School. June, 2013.

  • Overview and update of the Dartmouth-Howard collaboration. Carpenter-Song E. Presentation at the Annual Howard-Dartmouth Collaborative Summer School, June 2013.

  • A videogame for substance use prevention and HIV risk reduction in young adolescents. Fiellin L. College on Problems of Drug Dependence. June 18, 2013. San Diego, CA.

  • Using technology to improve community friendliness of adolescent treatments. Marsch LA. National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). Rockville, MD. June 2013.

  • Using web-based technology to engage young adults with serious mental illness in accessing evidence-based supported employment. Lord SE. National Alliance on Mental Illness Conference. San Antonio. June 2013.

  • Desomorphine injection networks in Kiev: young, ad-hoc, unstable, geographically dispersed and risky. Mateu-Gelabert P, Shulga L, Dvinskykh N, Guarino H, Varban, M. International Harm Reduction Conference. Vilnius, Lithuania. June 2013.

  • Applying web- and mobile-technology to addiction and HIV prevention: the state of the science. Marsch LA. HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies at Columbia University and NYS Psychiatric Institute at the Columbia University Medical Center. New York, NY. June 2013.

  • Comparative effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a computer-delivered psychosocial treatment program for prisoners with substance use disorders. Chaple M, Sacks S, French MT, Sayed B, Marsch LA. College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD). San Diego, CA. June 2013.

  • Web-based CBT for Opioid-treated Pain Patients with Aberrant Drug-related Behavior. Rosenblum A, Guarino H. Columbia University’s Drugs and Society Seminar, New York, NY, January, 2013.

  • Information technology and behavior change. Dallery J. Association for Behavior Analysis, Minneapolis, MN. May 2013.

  • Symposium: The intersection of mHealth and behavioral health. Marsch LA, Andrew Campbell A. Co-Chairs. Securing Information Technology in Healthcare: Part III (SITH3) Conference. Hanover, NH. May 2013.

  • Perceptions of privacy and security as barriers to adoption of mHealth care delivery approaches in community behavioral health settings. Lord SE. In Symposium (Marsch, L.A. & Campbell, A., Co-Chairs) on “The intersection of mHealth and Behavioral Health.” Securing Information Technology in Healthcare: Part III (SITH3) Conference. Hanover, NH. May 2013.

  • A close examination of increased HIV testing following a computer-based video intervention in the ED. Aronson I, Rajan S, Marsch LA, Bania TC. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. Atlanta. May 2013.

  • The state construction of madness: “Bad” mothers and the loss of children in the context of homelessness. Carpenter-Song E. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Psychological Anthropology, San Diego, CA. April 5, 2013.

  • Web-based decision support for smokers with schizophrenia. Brunette MF. Improving smoking cessation treatment for people with schizophrenia conference, National Institutes of Health, Rockville, MD. April, 2013.

  • Problem solving therapy for residential treatment of the severely mentally ill. Hegel MT. Riverview Psychiatric Center, Augusta ME. April 2013.

  • Mobile assessment and treatment of schizophrenia: A mobile intervention for medication adherence, hallucinations, and socialization. Granholm E, Ben-Zeev D, Link PC, Bradshaw K, Holden J. Symposium at the 14th annual International Congress on Schizophrenia Research (ICOSR), Orlando. April, 2013.

  • Technology-delivered assessment, prevention, and behavioral intervention tools in substance abuse, HIV, and sexual health. Lord, SE. Northern New England HIV, STD, Viral Hepatitis Conference, Concord, NH. April 2013

  • Leveraging technology to enhance addiction treatment and recovery. Marsch LA. 6th Annual Addiction and Mental Health Day Conference. University of Calgary. Calgary, Alberta. April 2013

  • Taking a pulse on tech: readiness to integrate technology into community behavioral healthcare delivery. Invited symposium presentation: The future is in the palm of your hand.Lord SE. Annual Conference of the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, Las Vegas, NV. April 2013

  • Computer-based video to increase HIV testing among patients who initially decline. Aronson ID, Marsch LA, Koken J, Rajan S, Tariq M, Haley K, Bania TC. Society for Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco. March, 2013.

  • Young African American women’s perceptions of the risks and benefits of participating in a text message-delivered sexual communication intervention. Broaddus M, Marsch LA. Society for Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco. March, 2013.

  • Transforming behavioral health care with technology. Marsch LA, New Hampshire Hospital Professional Grand Rounds. Concord, NH. March, 2013.

  • Harnessing technology in addiction treatment. Marsch LA. Keynote address in meeting on “Brave New World: Using Technology to Enhance Behavioral Health”.  Mid-Atlantic Node, NIDA Clinical Trials Network/Johns Hopkins University.  Baltimore, MD. March, 2013.

  • Workshop on the Therapeutic Education System:  a web-based psychosocial support tool for substance use disorders. Marsch LA, Workshop presentation in meeting on “Brave New World:  Using Technology to Enhance Behavioral Health”.  Mid-Atlantic Node, NIDA Clinical Trials Network/Johns Hopkins University.  Baltimore, MD. March, 2013.

  • Using mobile technologies in the assessment and treatment of serious mental illness. Ben-Zeev D. Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, March, 2013.

  • Use of community based treatment and abstinence after a motivational intervention for smoking cessation among adults with serious mental illness. Ferron JC (presenter), Brunette MF. Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco, Boston, MA. March, 2013.

  • Automatic Movement-based Smoking Detection: First Real-World Pilot Results. Walls TA, McClure E, Raiff BR, Karatas C, Pompili D.  Society of Behavioral Medicine: Scientific Sessions, San Francisco, CA. March, 2013.

  • mHealth for serious mental illness. Ben-Zeev D. New Hampshire State Hospital. Concord, NH. March 2013.

  • Harnessing the potential of mobile technologies for delivery of evidence-based behavioral health care. Lord SE. Invited Grand Rounds, New London Hospital, New London, NH. February 19, 2013.

  • Dissemination of contingency management by using the Internet and videogame-based incentives. Raiff BR. BACB Continuing Education Workshop. Glassboro, NJ. February 2013.

  • Information and behavioral technology to promote drug abstinence. Dallery J. Performance Management Conference. Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL. February 2013.

  • Technology-based psychosocial treatments for substance use disorders: research findings and opportunities. Marsch LA. Symposium on exciting strategies for substance use treatment. 23rd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry. December 2012.

  • Potential for e-behavioral health: examples from the field. Lord S. eMental Health Conference.  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. December 12, 2012.

  • Harnessing the potential of mobile technologies for delivery of evidence-based behavioral health care. Lord S. mHealth and Mental Health: An Enormous Untouched Opportunity. mHealth Summit. December 5, 2012. Washington DC.

  • Computer-based treatment for people with cognitive impairments. Brunette M. Symposium on exciting strategies for substance use treatment. 23rd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry. December 2012.

  • Technology-based screening, assessment and brief intervention approaches for substance use among youth populations. Lord S. Symposium on exciting strategies for substance use treatment. 23rd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry. December 2012.

  • Leveraging mobile technology in the delivery of behavioral interventions targeting substance abuse disorders. Marsch LA. Wireless Health, October 2012.

  • Development of a mobile-based psychosocial intervention for substance abuse disorders. Acosta M, Marsch LA, Guarino H,  Grabinski M. Addiction Health Services Research Conference, October 2012.

  • Preferences for weight management strategies in a general population sample. Barry VW, Raiff BR. Addiction Health Services Research Conference, October 2012.

  • Overcoming obstacles to contingency management for smoking cessation via videogame-based incentives. Raiff BR, Dallery J, Rapoza D. Addiction Health Services Research Conference, October 2012.

  • Using target audience feedback to inform a technology-delivered intervention: the development of a web-based tool for chronic pain patients. Guarino H, Moore SK, Acosta MC, Aronson ID, Rosenblum A. Addiction Health Services Research Conference. October 2012.  

  • An overview of multimedia learning: findings for developers of behavioral health interventions. Aronson ID. Addiction Health Services Research Conference. October 2012.

  • Engaging disadvantaged smokers into cessation treatment. Brunette MF. New Hampshire Public Health Association. Fall Forum 2012. 

  • Helping smokers with mental illness quit. Brunette MF. Grand Rounds. New Hampshire Hospital. Fall 2012. 

  • Harnessing group contingencies via information technology to promote smoking cessation. Dallery J, Meredith S, Raiff BR, Grabinski M, Marsch LA. In Symposium (Chair: M. Smith) on Contingency Management Interventions in Substance Abuse and Health. American Psychological Association (APA).  Orlando, FL.  August 2012.

  • Technology-based treatments for addiction: models for implementation with various populations within and outside formal systems of Ccare. Marsch LA. In Symposium on Increasing Implementability by Computerizing Treatments:  Where, When and for Whom? (L. Onken and W. Aklin, Co-Chairs). American Psychological Association (APA).  Orlando, FL.  August 2012.

  • Culturally-specific barriers to utilization of and engagement in drug treatment: an exploratory study of opioid-using immigrants from the former Soviet Union. Guarino H, Moore S, Marsch LA. Invited presentation at the Society for the Study of Social Problems 2012 Annual Meeting.  Denver, CO.  August 2012.

  • The application of technology to the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders: research findings, opportunities, and future directions. Marsch LA. Invited Fellows Address. Division 28, American Psychological Association (APA). Orlando, FL.  August 2012.

  • Increasing PTSD treatment seeking among returning OEF/OIF veterans. Stecker T. Plenary speaker for the Health Services Research and Development Service Conference sponsored by The Department of Veterans Affairs.  July 2012.

  • Establishing preliminary efficacy: research design and Internet-delivered contingency management for smoking cessation. Dallery J. In Workshop on: Technology-Based Interventions for the Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders: Development, Evaluation and Potential Public Health Impact.  College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD).  Palm Springs, CA. June 2012

  • Cognitive functioning of methadone maintenance clients engaged in a web-based skills intervention. Acosta MD, Marsch LA, Xie H, Guarino H, Aponte-Melendez Y. Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the College on Problems with Drug Dependence (CPDD) in Palm Springs, CA. June 2012.

  • Ecological momentary interventions for serious mental illness. Ben-Zeev D. European Psychiatric Association EU GEI Conference, Maastricht University, The Netherlands. June 2012.

  • The power of participation in development of technology-based tools: examples from the field. Lord SE. Symposium presentation. Prevention and treatment of substance abuse disorders: development, evaluation and potential public health impact.  College for Problems with Drug Dependence. June 2012.

  • Impact of participation in dual-focus 12-step groups for people with co-occurring disorders. Guarino H, Matusow H, Rosenblum A, Burhardt JT, Rini M, Magura S.  Poster to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the College on Problems with Drug Dependence (CPDD) in Palm Springs, CA. June 2012.

  • Workshop on technology-based interventions for the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders: development, evaluation and potential public health impact. Marsch LA.  Workshop Chair. Annual Meeting of the College on Problems with Drug Dependence (CPDD) in Palm Springs, CA. June 2012.

  • Patient input on a web-based self-management intervention for chronic pain and aberrant opioid-taking behavior. Moore S, Guarino H, Acosta M, Aronson I, Cruciani R, Marsch LA, Rosenblum A, Turk D. Oral Presentation at Annual Meeting of the College on Problems with Drug Dependence (CPDD) in Palm Springs, CA. June 2012.

  • How interactions with a computer-based video intervention can affect HIV test rates. Aronson I, Marsch LA,  Rajan S, Bania T. Annual Meeting of the College on Problems with Drug Dependence (CPDD) in Palm Springs, CA. June 2012.

  • Technology-based treatments for substance use disorders: an overview of the state of the research. Marsch LA.  Invited Presentation in Workshop on Technology-Based Interventions for the Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders: Development, Evaluation and Potential Public Health Impact at Annual Meeting of the College on Problems with Drug Dependence (CPDD) in Palm Springs, CA. June 2012.

  • Leveraging technology in the behavioral treatment of substance use disorders. Marsch LA. Invited Presentation in Symposium on Randomized Controlled Trials of Web-based Interventions for Alcohol and Other Substance Use Disorders: Results and future Directions (Deborah Brief, PhD., Chair) at Annual Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism.  San Francisco, CA. June 2012. 

  • Moving forward: update on the development of a web-based cognitive behavioral treatment for OEF/OIF veterans with PTSD symptoms and substance misuse. Bishop TM, Possemato K, Acosta M, Lantinga LJ, Maisto S, Marsch LA, Moore S, Rosenblum A. Oral presentation at Annual Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism (RSA). San Francisco, CA. June 2012.

  • Mobile assessment and treatment of schizophrenia: taking interventions out of the clinic. Ben-Zeev D. Symposium on technology-based treatment approaches for substance use and mental health disorders. Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science (APS). Chicago, IL. May 2012.

  • Computer-delivered therapy for addiction: the state of the science and opportunities for embedding technology-based therapeutic tools in systems of care. Marsch LA. Presentation in symposium on Cutting Edge Advances in Addiction Treatment (John Mariani, MD and Frances Levin, MD, Co-Chairs). Invited Presentation at Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association. Philadelphia, PA. May 2012.

  • Technology-based treatment approaches for substance use and mental health disorders. Lord S. APS Annual Convention. May 2012.

  • Privacy and mhealth. Marsch LA. Securing Information Technology in Healthcare, Institute for Security, Technology and Society Meeting. Dartmouth College. Hanover, NH. May 2012.

  • Comparing a class of statistical models in analyzing skewed longitudinal count data with many zeros: an application from mental health services and outcome research. Xie H, Tao J, McHugo GJ, Drake RE. Modern Modeling Methods Conference at University of Connecticut. May 2012.

  • Use of technology in the delivery of prevention and treatment interventions targeting substance use disorders and related issues. Marsch LA. Invited Plenary Address. Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International. Seattle, WA. May 2012.

  • Funding and selection by consequences. Dallery J. Association for Behavior Analysis International, Seattle, WA. May 2012.

  • Increasing adherence to blood sugar testing in teens diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes using an Internet-based contingency management intervention. Raiff BR, Morales E, Jittarin N, Gallagher MP, Kringas. Annual Meeting for the Association for Behavior Analysis International. Seattle, WA. May 2012.

  • Internet-based group contingency management to promote smoking cessation. Meredith SE, Grabinski M, Dallery J. Annual Meeting for the Association for Behavior Analysis International. Seattle, WA. May 2012.

  • Acceptability of an Internet-based contingency management intervention for smoking cessation. Raiff BR, Jarvis B, Turturici M, Dallery J. Annual meeting for the Association for Behavior Analysis International. Seattle, WA. May 2012.

  • Information and behavioral technology to promote drug abstinence. Dallery J. Association for Behavior Analysis International, Seattle, WA. May 2012.

  • Technology-based therapeutic tools targeting substance use disorders: research findings, opportunities, and future directions. Marsch LA. Invited Presentation at NIDA Intramural Research Center Seminar Series. Baltimore, MD. April 2012.

  • Technology-based therapeutic tools targeting substance use disorders. Marsch LA. Invited Presentation to CHESS Health Education Consortium. April 2012.

  • Leveraging technology to promote behavioral health. Marsch LA. Invited Presentation to Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson. April 2012.

  • Web-based psychosocial treatment for substance use disorders. Marsch LA. In Symposium (Chair: Michael Lardiere) on Next Generation Computer Software and Mobile Solutions: Credible Behavioral Healthcare Software. National Council for Community Behavioral Health Care Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. April 2012.

  • Research update: smoking cessation treatment in people with SMI. Brunette MF. Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center Seminar Series. Dartmouth College. Hanover, NH. March 2012.

  • Science-based prevention and treatment interventions for opioid-dependent youth. Marsch LA. Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center Seminar Series. Dartmouth College. Hanover, NH. March 2012.

  • Use of a web based motivational decision support system – how do user characteristics impact outcomes? Brunette M. Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center Seminar Series. Dartmouth College. Hanover, NH. February 2012.

  • Technology-based interventions for addiction and behavioral health: The state of the science and opportunities for dissemination, implementation and sustainability. Marsch LA. Training Workshop, Department of Psychiatry, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. February 2012.

  • Science-based prevention and treatment interventions for opioid-dependent youth: behavioral and pharmacological interventions and the potential role of technology. Marsch LA. Grand Rounds Presentation, Department of Psychiatry, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. February 2012.

  • Research on smoking cessation among people with SMI. Brunette M, Ferron J. Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center Seminar Series. Dartmouth College. Hanover, NH. January 2012.

  • The stage model for behavioral therapy development: a case example of integrating technology with an evidence-based behavioral treatment to promote smoking cessation. Dallery D. Center for Technology and Behavioral Health, Dartmouth Medical School, December 2011.

  • Technology-based interventions for addiction and behavioral health:  the state of the science and opportunities for dissemination, implementation and sustainability. Marsch LA. Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Dartmouth College.  Hanover, NH.  December 2011.

  • Operation breakthrough: Finding recovery and opportunity for veterans with mental health crises. Ben-Zeev D. Discussion panel member at the Pritzker Military Library, Chicago, IL. November 2011.

  • Contexts of opioid use among immigrant youth from the former Soviet Union: the social production of substance abuse and disease risk. Guarino H, Moore S, Marsch LA. In Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Addiction in Context Symposium.  American Anthropological Association Meeting.  Montreal, CA.  November 2011.

  • Dissemination efforts in behaviorally-focused HIV prevention among high risk youth:  from bench to desktop to Africa and beyond. Marsch LA. Invited Symposium Discussant (Chair: Dr. Carla Kmett Danielson). Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) Annual Meeting.  Toronto, CA.  November 2011.

  • Technology-based interventions for addiction and behavioral health:  the state of the science and opportunities for dissemination, implementation and sustainability. Marsch LA. Invited Lecture, Addiction Research Dissemination and Implementation Sustainability (ARDIS) Addiction Center of Excellence and New York University Division of General Internal Medicine.  New York University, NY.  November 2011.

  • Clinical considerations in the use of technology-based therapeutic tools: technology-based interventions for substance Uuse disorders as an exemplar. Marsch LA. Presentation in symposium on Internet-Based Psychological Services: Legal, Ethical, and Clinical Issues (Chair: Dr. James Herbert).  Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) Annual Meeting.  Toronto, CA.  November 2011.

  • Computer-delivered psychosocial treatment  for offenders with substance use disorders:  6-month outcomes. Sacks S, Marsch LA, Chaple M. Oral presentation in Symposium on Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation. American Society of Criminology Meeting. Washington, DC.  November 2011.

  • Computer-delivered psychosocial treatment for offenders with substance use disorders. Chaple M, Sacks S, Marsch LA, Jitnarin N.  Addictions Health Services Research Conference.  Fairfax, VA.  October 2011.

  • Technology-based interventions for the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders. Research Findings, Opportunities, and Future Directions. Marsch LA. Invited Plenary, California Society of Addiction Medicine Meeting. Long Beach, CA. October 2011.

  • Translational research on choice and cigarette smoking. Dallery J. Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida.  September 2011.

  • Social context and HIV risk in a New York City immigrant community:  an exploratory study of opioid-using youth from the former Soviet Union. Guarino H, Moore S, Marsch LA.  AIDS Impact Conference.  Santa Fe, NM. September 2011.

  • Technology-based prescription opioid abuse prevention for youth. Marsch LA. Symposium presentation on Innovative Approaches to Preventing Prescription Drug Abuse (Augusto Diana, Ph.D., Chair). National Prevention Network Annual Meeting.  Atlanta, GA.  September 2011.

  • Development and evaluation of a mobile-based psychosocial intervention for substance use disorders. Acosta M, Marsch LA, GrabinskiM. Presentation in symposium on Innovation and Opportunities in Mobile Interventions for Addictions. (Co-Chairs Dr. Lisa Onken and Dr. Cecelia Spitznas). American Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.  August 2011.

  • Technology-based therapeutic tools targeting substance use disorders and behavioral health: research findings, opportunities, and future directions. Marsch LA. Invited Presentation to the Department of Genetic Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College. New York, NY.  August 2011.

  • Computer-delivered psychosocial treatment for substance use disorders. Marsch LA. Presentation in symposium on Neurobehavioral and Technological Mechanisms to Improve the Efficacy and Effectiveness of Substance Abuse Treatment (Co-Chairs Dr. Will M. Aklin & Dr. Lisa Onken).  American Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.  August 2011.

  • Internet-based contingency management smoking cessation intervention: eliminating distance as a barrier to treatment. Raiff B, Dallery J.  Annual conference for the American Psychological Association. Washington, D.C. August 2011.

  • Increasing treatment seeking among returning servicemembers with PTSD. Stecker T. Presentation to Veterans Health Administration. August 2011.

  • Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) on technology-based therapeutic tools targeting behavioral health. Marsch LA. Chair, Administrator Consensus Panel.  Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Rockville, MD.  July 2011.

  • Using contemporary technologies in assessment and treatment of serious mental illness. Ben-Zeev D. (Chair), Drake RE, Corrigan PW, Rotondi AJ, Nilsen W, Depp C. Think tank panel at the 21st National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Conference on Mental Health Services Research, Washington, D.C. July 2011.

  • Research on HIV research ethics in action: The study and use of new technologies in generating evidence-based ethical practices in HIV prevention research. Marsch LA. Fordham University. New York, NY.  July 2011.

  • HIV prevention research ethics: ethical issues in HIV and drug use research involving the new technologies. Marsch LA. Fordham University. New York, NY. July 2011.

  • Implementing technology-assisted drug treatment and relapse prevention in FQHCs. Gufstafson DH, Marsch LA. National Institute on Drug Abuse. Rockville, MD. November 2013.