Mitchell Lab

  • Mitchell Lab Research

    Mitchell Lab research.


    The research interests of the Mitchell lab are focused on:

    • Health disparities
    • Sickle cell disease
    • Obesity
    • Community-based research
    • School-based mental health
    • Early childhood health and social / emotional functioning
    • Program evaluation
    • Qualitative research methods
    • Using technology in psychological interventions and program evaluation
    • Public policy

    Monica Mitchell, PhD, has worked on research projects that include:

    • A supplement grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) − National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) to examine family variables related to nutritional intake and mealtime behavior problems.
    • A grant to examine nutritional status and depression in children with sickle cell disease. This study was part of a five-year K01 career development grant from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) that involves assessing growth, development and behavioral functioning in children with sickle cell disease. 


    Contact Us

    Phone: 513-636-3375
    Fax: 513-636-7400
    Email: monica.mitchell@cchmc.org

 
  • INNOVATIONS

    INNOVATIONS is a program that consults with schools and other nonprofit community agencies to conduct program evaluations and identify behavioral health resources for underserved children and families.

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  • Educational Opportunities

    High school and undergraduate students can gain applied, translational and health services research experience on community and pediatric research projects.

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  • Community Engagement

    Learn more about our goals to improve relationships between researchers and the community, engage physicians in research and translation of evidence-based practice,  train researchers  and educate the community.

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