Resources and Links

Affiliated research

Not a good fit for our current studies? Interested in other research participation opportunities for youth at OHSU? Check out the following labs for a variety of behavioral and neuroimaging projects.

The Developmental Brain Imaging Lab (DBIL) (Principal Investigator: Bonnie Nagel, Ph.D.)

Stress, Cognition, Affect, & Neuroimaging (SCAN) Lab (Principal Investigator: Kristen Mackiewicz Seghete, Ph.D.)

Advancing Research in Pediatric Pain (ARPP) Lab (Principal Investigator: Anna Wilson, Ph.D.)

Developmental Cognition And Neuroimaging Lab (Principal Investigator: Damien Fair, PA-C, Ph.D.)

ADHD and Attention Research (Principal Investigator: Joel Nigg, Ph.D.)

OHSU also has research study participation opportunities for individuals with certain medical conditions, as well as for healthy controls, at the OHSU Study Participation Opportunities website.

Dr. Feldstein Ewing's links

Find out more about Dr. Feldstein Ewing's projects and clinical work at the following links:

OHSU's Psychiatry Research webpage

OHSU's Adolescent Behavioral Health Clinic

Participant resources

Our lab studies health risk behaviors with the hope of improving health programming and interventions for teens and young adults. It can take time for research findings to be translated into techniques that make a difference in people's lives, so we will soon be offering our participants a resource sheet for Portland-area services designed to do just that. Stay tuned!