- View Dr. Feldstein Ewing's community talk on parenting teens in the age of cannabis on the Marquam Hill Lecture Series website. Portland's KGW8 news station aired a short interview with Dr. Feldstein Ewing to promote the lecture, and OPB did a related feature.
- Want to join the TRAC Lab as a clinical psychology doctoral student under the mentorship of Dr. Feldstein Ewing? OHSU launched its new Clinical Psychology PhD program in Fall 2019, so add the TRAC Lab to your list if PhD applications are in your future! Learn more and apply.
- The Adolescent Trials Network, of which Dr. Feldstein Ewing's We Test 2.0 is a part, ran a July 2018 feature on Dr. Feldstein Ewing and her work, click here.
- Dr. Feldstein Ewing and University of Oregon collaborator Dr. Elliot Berkman were selected in June 2018 for a new seed funding program supporting interdisciplinary teams conducting health outcomes research. Learn more about the program and funded projects.
- Dr. Feldstein Ewing and Dr. Anna Wilson received a $3 million grant in March 2018 to study adolescent pain management. Read the press release from OHSU News, click here.
"Special issue of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience features national ABCD study, OHSU researchers," OHSU Research News article by Casey Williamson (June, 2018)
"The Pot Shop Around the Corner," PDX Parent article by Beth Slovic (July, 2017)
"Research Week 2017: Kids will be kids. But why?" OHSU News Research Week feature by Tracy Brawley (May, 2017)
"Neuroimaging Spotlights the Impact of Therapists' Words on Teen Brains," NIAAA Spectrum website's "News From the Field" column (September, 2016)
"Breaking Free from Addiction," APA Monitor cover story by Lea Winerman (June, 2013)
"Special Issue of Addictive Behaviors Focuses on Neuroimaging Mechanisms of Psychotherapy Change," UNM Newsroom article by Steve Carr (June, 2013)
Check out Dr. Feldstein Ewing's recent (early 2017) talk on "Addiction and the Adolescent Brain" for the MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Law and Neuroscience below:
As part of the first Science of Change conference in June 2015, Dr. Feldstein Ewing presented "Imaging Mechanisms of Behavior Change in Motivational Interviewing: Collaboration Between a Clinician and a Neuroimager" with collaborator Dr. Francesca Filbey. Check out the talk (Dr. Feldstein Ewing's portion starts at 16:45) here:
Dr. Feldstein Ewing was invited to speak about alcohol use and the teenage brain while working at the Mind Research Network in New Mexico (August, 2011). Watch the interview below: