Dr. Evans will give keynote presentations on the assessment and treatment of youth irritability and related problems as part of the Laybourne Symposium in Child Psychiatry at the University of Kansas School of Medicine.
We are thrilled to welcome Shannon Shaughnessy as an incoming doctoral student in the lab starting Fall 2022!
We are now recruiting families with kids ages 6-11 to participate in our APF-funded RUMBEL Study: Real-Time Understanding of Mood and Behavior in Everyday Life. See the Participate tab to learn more.
We received a Provost’s Research Award from the University of Miami to fund the development and launch of our Child, Family, and Community Research Network.
Our paper examining irritability as a top problem has been published in Child Psychiatry and Human Development! Results show about 58% of treatment-seeking families report having at least one referral concern related to irritability.
Thanks to our RAs for a great semester, and a great first year at UM! Happy holidays and best wishes for the new year.
Dr. Evans is (virtually) presenting his work on transdiagnostic, psychosocial treatment of youth irritability at the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) Annual Meeting.
The CAB Lab has a new logo! (See top left.) Designed by our talented research assistant and UM student, Adriana Grewe.
Thank you to our RAs, Bianca, Will, Natalie, Lily, Sakshi, and Audrey for a great summer!
Welcome Denise Lopez Sosa, our new lab manager!
Dr. Evans has a new article on treatment in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, two-volume series on Emotion Dysregulation and Outbursts in Children and Adolescents (Part II)
Ashley Karlovich will be joining lab as an incoming PhD student in the fall!
Dr. Evans is serving as Co-Investigator on the 5-year NIMH-funded R01 (PIs: John Weisz, Sarah Kate Bearman) clinical trial of FIRST transdiagnostic youth therapy
Dr. Evans is named a Rising Star by the Association of Psychological Science.
The WHO global field study of irritability and oppositionality published in JCPP
Our six-year longitudinal study on trajectories of proactive-reactive aggression is published in RCAP.
The CAB Lab is established at the University of Miami.