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Scientific Director of Every Child Succeeds and Professor of Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati College of MedicineHis research interests include home visitation programs, maternal depression, the application of quality improvement science to prevention programs, treatment of anxiety disorders in children, and adaptation of children with disabilities.
Clinical Research Coordinator
Lori has been with the Ammerman Lab since June 2012 and is working on the Family Foundations Project. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and in Education from The University of KY, currently holds a teacher certification in Early Childhood Education (IECE) and is returning to graduate school to finish Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Lori’s research interests include maternal depression, behavioral disorders/ mental health issues in children, and prevention medicine through utilizing home visitation.
Clinical Research CoordinatorAmy has worked with Dr. Ammerman since July 2002. She is the therapist for the Maternal Depression Treatment Program and MIDIS Programs. She is an LISW and received her Master of Science in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University in 1997. Her research interests include maternal depression and infant mental health.
Katrina has worked in the Ammerman Lab since January 2011. She received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology in May 2012, and is currently completing a doctorate in clinical psychology at Xavier University. Her research interests include the effects of maternal substance use and maltreatment on child development and parenting perceptions.
Jessica is one of the therapists for the Maternal Depression Treatment Program and MIDIS Programs since August 2010. She is an LPC and received her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wright State University in 2010. Her research interests include maternal depression and infant mental health.
Sarah has been with the Ammerman Lab since June of 2010 starting as a volunteer and as a CRC II for the past 2 years. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in May 2011 from the College of Mt. St. Joseph and plans to pursue a graduate degree. Sarah’s research interests include child development and mental health issues, specifically autism and she plans to pursue these interests in graduate school.
Audrey has worked in the Ammerman Lab since January 2011. She earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology in May 2012 and is currently completing her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Xavier University. Her research interests include the impact of childhood trauma on household chaos and parenting skills.
Ron joined the Ammerman lab in April of 2013, shortly after receiving his Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati. His research interests include child development, mental health disorders, neuropsychology, and music. He plans to combine these areas of research after obtaining a graduate level degree.
Cory has been with the Ammerman Lab since October of 2012. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Education in May 2010 from Northern Kentucky University and plans to pursue a graduate degree. Cory’s research interests include child development and mental health issues, maternal depression and intervention for at-risk parents and children.
Ron has worked in the Ammerman Lab since October 2012. He received his Bachelors of Science in IS/Homeland Security in 2011 and is currently 1 class away from completing a Master’s degree in Public Administration at Strayer University. His research interests include intervention for at-risk parents and children.
Postdoctoral Fellow and Ammerman Lab Coordinator
Dr. Teeters has worked in the Ammerman Lab since May 2006. She received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in August, 2012 at Xavier University. Her research interests include the effects of maternal depression, maltreatment, and trauma on child development, infant mental health, and interventions for at-risk parents and children.
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