Dr. Adam Miller, a postdoctoral fellow in Clinical Psychology, is the recipient of a National Institutes of Health F32 Postdoctoral Fellowship.

This Postdoctoral Fellowship Award is designed to provide support for advanced and specialized training in basic research, in basic research associated with clinical problems or in clinical research.

Dr. Miller received a total award of over $170,000 (over 3 years) for his project, “Child Trauma, Neural Systems Underlying Emotion Regulation, and Adolescent Suicide.” The main purpose of this grant is to investigate how early experiences of childhood traumatic experiences influence development in brain regions involved in emotion regulation and potential subsequent suicidal thoughts and behavior in adolescence.

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