• 2253 Citations
  • 25 h-Index
1974 …2020

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GENERAL CLINICAL RESEARCH CENTER

Harris, M., Haupt, D. (., Wojta, D., Gelb, L., Halverson, J. D., Clouse, R. A. Y., Daughaday, W., Chaplin, H., Dodson, W., Delamater, A. N., Havlin, C., Keating, J., Polmar, S., Trotter, J. L., Rothbaum, R., Zuckerman, G., Yerg, J., Coggan, A., Klahr, S., Trulock, E., Herskowitz, I., Staten, M. A., Sly, W., Robins, E. L. I., Kraybill, W., Stenson, W. F., Pacifici, R., Grant, N., Gruber, A., Sharp, D., Nelson, P., Perlmutter, J., Delmez, J. A., Wasserman, T., Anderson, C., Cole, B., Hillman, L., Sternberg, E., Shackleford, P., Rotwein, P., Zarkowsky, H., Rigg, L. E. E., Perlmutt, M. A., Perry, H. M., Blethen, S., Raichle, M., Medoff, G., Vietti, T., Brunt, M., Clutter, W., Robson, A., Volpe, J., Haire-Joshu, D., Karl, L., Perrillo, R. P., Polmer, S., Bier, D. M., Paige, G., Rost, K., Gray, D., Sherman, W., Bauer, E., Gardner, T., Herzig, G., Brooke, M., Kipnis, D., Weldon, V. V., Miller, S., Chatila, T. A., Ostdiek, S., Carney, R., Kennedy, R., Dagogo-Jack, S., Teckman, J., Liddell, A., Hmiel, S. P., Bartlett, N., Schechtman, K. B., Tebas, P., Lairmore, T., Korzenik, J. R., Strauss, A., Shapiro, S., Satyanarayana, R. A. J., Ratner, L. E. E., Zimmerman, F., Fisher, E., Peck, W., Hershey, T., Green, R., Holtzman, D., Shapiro, L., Ladiges, W. C., Doherty, G., Cicero, T., Peters, M., Cohen, A., Birge, S. J., Posener, J., Davis, A., Trotter, J., Fichtenbaum, C., Poindexter, N., Binder, E., Rosenbluth, D., Deibert, E., Clifford, D., Ratts, V., Villareal, D. T., Sharkey, A., Martin, R., Moley, J., Aberg, J., Shepherd, R., Srinivasan, M., Posener, J., Davila-Roman, V. G., Hardinger, K., Cade, T., Racette, S., Black, K., Towler, D., Tarr, P., Schonfeld, G., Hopkins-Wilkins, C., Bacharier, L., Brennan, D. C., Moley, J., Binder, E., Cross, D. A., Ferkol, T., Suarez, B. K., Lustman, P., Mittendorfer, B., Sheline, Y., Clifford, D., Storch, G. A., Debaun, M. R., Polonsky, K., Soto, P., Reeds, D., McGill, J. B., Martin, R., Villareal, D. T., Fontana, L., Peterson, L. R., Connolly, A., Horstmanhoff, D., Coyne, D., Groger, R., Muglia, L. J., Piccirillo, J., Siegel, M., Bloomberg, G. R., Bateman, R., Edwards, D. F., Delafuentes, L., Magkos, F., Lopate, G., Kharasch, E., Marshall, B., Hmiel, S., Gage, B., Mondy, K., Trevathan, E., Schaffer, J., Stone, C., Berg, C. D., King, A., Chakinala, M., Beitelshees, A., Rosenbluth, D., Schonfeld, G., Connolly, A., Bernal-Mizrachi, E., Hopkins-Wilkins, C., Arbelaez, A. M., Fahnestock, P., Lambert, C., Black, K., Rogers, J., Gray, D., Steiner, R., Rubin, E., Tollefsen, D., Olk, J., Becker, J. M., Whyte, M., Scharp, D., Markovitz, B., Heath-Monig, E., Chiu, K., Granoff, D. M., Bosner, M., Kemp, J., Craft, S., Whitman, E., White, H., Soper, N., Alpers, D., Grubb, R., Williamson, J., Kaleavkaleni, D., Karl, I., Chan, M., Skinner, M., Binder, E., Shackelford, P., Jaffe, A., Hruza, L., Clifford, D., Kahl, L., Storch, G., Holcomb, W., Smith, T., Bier, D., Holtzman, M., Hamvas, A., Auslander, W., Hing, A., Viswanathan, R., Santiago, J. V., Hammerman, M., Kelly, D. P., Hollander, A., Porter, F., Howard, T., Fracasso, P., Martin, A. N. N., Dowton, S. B., Wells, S., Martin, W., Permutt, M. A., Schonfeld, G., Sheline, Y., Avioli, L., Rothstein, M., Perlmutter, D., Morris, J., Slatopolsky, E., Ehsani, A., McGill, J., Ostlund, R., Powderly, W., Holloszy, J. O., Castro, M., White, N., Semenkovich, C. F., Pestronk, A., Newcomer, J. W., Klein, S., Yarasheski, K., Strunk, R., Gropler, R. O. B., Schuster, D. & Cryer, P. E.

National Institutes of Health

10/1/743/31/09

Project: Research project

  • Research Output

    System overload: Interventions that target the multiple systems in which youth with type 1 diabetes live

    Barry-Menkhaus, S. A., Koskela, N., Wagner, D. V., Burch, R. & Harris, M. A., Jan 1 2020, Behavioral Diabetes: Social Ecological Perspectives for Pediatric and Adult Populations. Springer International Publishing, p. 139-152 14 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

  • The Role of Caregiver-Reported Risks in Predicting Adverse Pediatric Outcomes

    Vaz, L. E., Wagner, D. V., Jungbauer, R. M., Ramsey, K. L., Jenisch, C., Koskela-Staples, N., Everist, S., Austin, J., Harris, M. A. & Zuckerman, K., Sep 1 2020, In : Journal of pediatric psychology. 45, 8, p. 957-970 14 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • All systems go: An ecological perspective of behavioral health for youth with type 1 diabetes

    Wagner, D. V., Koskela-Staples, N., Harris, M. & Barry, S. A., Mar 1 2019, In : Families, Systems and Health. 37, 1, p. 10-29 20 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Scopus citations

    Single (Aim)-minded strategies for demonstrating value to payers for youth with medical complexity

    Harris, M., Teplitsky, L., Nagra, H., Spiro, K. & Wagner, D. V., Jun 1 2018, In : Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology. 6, 2, p. 152-163 12 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 2 Scopus citations