FoxNews features MINT research

FoxNews covers research conducted by the MINT Program on the psychological functioning of Boston children following the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and subsequent manhunt. For more, click here.

Boston Globe features MINT research

The Boston Globe interviews Dr. Jonathan S. Comer, Director of the MINT Program, on the psychological toll of the Boston Marathon attack on exposed children. For more, click here.

MINT Research featured in US News & World Report

Research conducted by the MINT Program finding considerable psychological toll of Boston Marathon bombing on exposed children covered by U.S. News and World Report. For more, click here.

Kathleen Crum awarded prestigious fellowship!

Kathleen Crum of the MINT Program was awarded a prestigious Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz Fellowship from the American Psychological Foundation for doctoral research examining emotional processing, anxiety, and callous-unemotional traits in children with conduct problems! For more, click here.

Kathleen Crum awarded “Distinguished Contribution”!

MINT Program researcher Kathleen Crum’s graduate research on conduct problems among Boston children following exposure to the Boston Marathon bombing was awarded “Distinguished Contribution” in the 2014 Student Competition of the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology… Read More

Danielle Cornacchio receives “Honorable Mention”!

MINT Program researcher Danielle Cornacchio’s graduate research on the impact of the revised definition of agoraphobia in DSM-5 on children seeking mental health care was awarded “Honorable Mention” for the 2014 Student Research Award of the Society for… Read More

MINT Director, Dr. Comer, is named 2013 APS “Rising Star”!

Dr. Jonathan S. Comer, Ph.D. is named one of 2013’s “Rising Stars” by the Association for Psychological Science. For more, click here.

MINT Alum, Aubrey Edson, awarded fellowship!

MINT Program alumnus, Aubrey Edson, receives a Clara Mayo Memorial Fellowship to support her graduate research on web-based treatment for the management of child anxiety disorders! For more, click here.

MINT Alum, Kaitlin Gallo, receives prestigious recognition!

MINT Program alumnus Dr. Kaitlin Gallo receives the 2013 Virginia A. Roswell Dissertation Award from the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) for her work on direct-to-consumer marketing strategies of psychological treatments! For more, click here.

MINT Alum, Candice Chow, receives award!

MINT Program alumnus Dr. Candice Chow receives a Weill Foundation Award to support her graduate research on anxiety among food allergic youth!