Daniel Eisenberg, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan
Investigator, The Methodology Center
NIMH Postdoctoral Scholar, School of Public Health, University of California Berkeley, 2002-2004
Ph.D., Stanford University, 2002 (Economics)
B.A. (Honors and Distinction), Stanford University, 1997 (Economics)
Research Interests & Collaborators
My research investigates how to make the best investments in programs and policies to address mental health and related behaviors in youth populations. Most of my work to date has focused on college student populations. My early work in this area mainly involved survey data collection and analysis, and In recent years I have begun to focus more on interventions. In collaborations with Inbal Nahum-Shani, Susan Murphy, and other experts in the Methodology Center I will be conducting a variety of randomized trials and longitudinal data analyses to evaluate and refine these interventions. We plan to develop an initial prototype a mobile application that prevents mental health and substance abuse problems in college student populations, and then refine it into a just-in-time adaptive intervention (JITAI), using methodologies developed by the experts in the Methodology Center. More information about my research is at www.healthymindsnetwork.org.
Current Grants & Contracts
Improving mental health outcomes: Building an adaptive implementation strategy
2014-2018; Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Amy Kilbourne)
Implementing Health Plan-Level Care Management for Solo & Small Practices
AHRQ (1 R18 HS 21425-01A1);
2013-2018; Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Amy Kilbourne)