Grants

Current Research Grants:

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (SRG-1-056-21) 
Evaluating the Impact of Teen-to-Teen Crisis Lines 
The goal of this project is to examine the positive and negative impact of teen-to-teen crisis line work for youth volunteers.

Collaborators: Teen Line and YouthLine
PI: Glenn 
2022 – 2025 

National Institute of Mental Health (R01 MH124899) 
Clarifying Proximal Mechanisms Linking Interpersonal Stressors to Suicidal Behavior in Youth: A Multi-informant Real-time Monitoring Study 
The goal of this project is to explore proximal mechanisms of the relationship between negative interpersonal events and suicidal thoughts and behaviors among high-risk youth.

Collaborators: Rutgers (Evan Kleiman, PhD), Massachusets General Hospital/Harvard Medical School (Richard Liu, PhD), and Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters (Mary Margaret Gleason, MD)
MPIs: Kleiman, Glenn, Liu 
2021 – 2026

National Institute of Mental Health (R34 MH123590) 
Digital Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (dCBT-I) to Reduce Suicide Risk among Youth Following Discharge from Acute Hospitalization 
The goal of this study is to test a digital sleep intervention for reducing sleep problems and suicide risk among youth at risk for suicide.

Collaborators: Rutgers (Evan Kleiman, PhD) and Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters (Mary Margaret Gleason, MD)
MPIs: Kleiman and Glenn  
2021 – 2025

Previous Grants (previous 5 years):

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (Garrett Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention Grant, H79SM080472) 
Implementing a Social-Ecological Suicide Prevention Program (SESPP)  
at Old Dominion University  
Project Director/Principal Investigator (Co-PI Holley, Prior PIs Cramer and Judah) 
2018 – 2021 

Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center (Pilot Grant) 
Harnessing Mobile Technology to Improve Risk Monitoring of Youth Following Hospitalization 
Principal Investigator (Co-PI Homan) 
2018 – 2020 

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (Young Investigator Grant, YIG-1-054-16) 
Sleep Disturbance and Short-Term Suicide Risk in Youth After Psychiatric Hospitalization  
Principal Investigator 
2017 – 2019