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Ongoing Research Support

1 R01 AT007922-01 NCCAM/NIH
Brewer (PI) 8/1/13-6/30/17
6 calendar
Augmenting Mindfulness Training Through Experience-driven Neurofeedback Devices (ATTEND)
The goal of this project is to determine if real-time neurofeedback from the posterior cingulate cortex can augment mindfulness training.
Role: PI Agency: NCCAM/NIH

Completed Research Support

goBlue Labs
Brewer (PI) 12/12/12-12/11/13
EEG lead reduction project
The goal of this project is to reduce the dimensionality of EEG signals from specific brain regions associated with meditation to track and characterize relevant psychological states.
Role: PI Agency: goBlue International

K12 DA00167
Rounsaville (PI) 8/1/08-7/31/12
Physician Scientist Training in Substance Abuse Research
This program is designed to provide mentorship and research training for physician scientists who wish to establish careers in substance abuse research.
Role: trainee Agency: NIH/NIDA

P50 DA09241
Rounsaville (PI) 7/1/09-6/30/14
Mindfulness Training for Smoking Cessation
This pilot grant as part of a larger Psychotherapy Development Research Center, investigates the effects of mindfulness training on regional brain activation during stress-induced craving as well as relapse to smoking in nicotine-dependent individuals
Role: Project PI Agency: NIH/NIDA

UL 1 RR024139
Sherwin (PI) 9/1/08-8/31/10
Mindfulness Training for Nicotine Dependence
This pilot grant as part of the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation, investigates the effects of mindfulness training on regional brain activation during stress-induced craving in nicotine-dependent individuals.
Role: Project PI Agency: NIH

UL 1 DE019586-02
Sinha (PI) 7/1/08-6/30/10
Mindfulness Training for Nicotine Dependence
This pilot grant as part of the Interdisciplinary Research Consortium on Stress, Self-Control and Addiction, investigates the effects of mindfulness training on regional brain activation during stress-induced craving in nicotine-dependent individuals.
Role: Project PI Agency: NIH

Mind and Life Institute
Brewer (PI) 1/01/07-12/31/08
Mindfulness Training for Alcohol and Cocaine Addiction
The goal of this project was to investigate the effects of outpatient mindfulness training on stress-induced physiologic responses and craving as well as relapse to drug use in alcohol- and cocaine-dependent individuals. Role: PI Agency: Mind and Life Institute