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  • Funded Research

    2019-2023 Early childhood behavioral and neurobiological profiles in the prediction of obesity: The role of self-regulation and the caregiving environment (R01DK119814).
    Graziano, P., & Dick, A. (Co-PIs).
    National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) Total Award:

    2017-2021 Biosignatures of executive function and emotion regulation in young children with ADHD. (R01MH112588)
    Graziano, P. and Dick, A. S. (Co-PIs)
    National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
    Total Award: $2,626,213

    2017-2019 Project BLOOM (Lotus Babies and Children Lovingly Cared for-Overtown Miami)
    Collins, C (PI)
    The Children’s Trust
    Total Award: $720,000

    2017-2019 Lotus House Family Strengthening Program for High Special Needs Women and Children Experiencing Homelessness
    Collins, C (PI)
    The Children’s Trust
    Total Award: $884,596

    2017 School Implementation of the Healthy-Lifestyle Parenting Program (HLPP): A pilot study
    Graziano, P. (PI)
    The Children’s Trust
    Total award: $49,821.01

    2016-2018 Comprehensive School Readiness Summer Treatment Program for Pre-
    Kindergarteners with Behavior Problems (STP-PreK)
    Graziano, P. (PI) and Hart, K. (Co-PI).
    The Children’s Trust
    Total Award: $172,088 per year (can be renewed twice for a total of $516,264)

    2016-2017 Effect of Parent Emotion-Related Talk on Infant Behavior and Regulation
    (F31 HD088084-01A1)
    Barroso, N. (PI)
    Role: Consultant
    National Institute of Child and Human Development
    Total Award: $79,040

    2015-2019 Effectiveness of MI Enhanced Behavior Therapy for Adolescents with ADHD (1R01MH106587)
    Sibley, M. (PI)
    Role: Co-I
    National Institute of Mental Health
    Total Award: $1,756,756

    2013-2016 Summer Reading Explorers Program
    Hart, K. (PI)
    Role: Co-I
    The Children’s Trust
    Total Award: $1,914,336

    2012-2016 Development of a Kindergarten Transitional Program for Preschool Students Identified as Being at High-Risk for Behavioral Disorders (R324A120136)
    Graziano, P. (PI); Hart, K. & Pelham, W. (Co-Is)
    Institute of Educational Sciences
    Total Award: $1,500,000

    2012-2015 Promoting a Successful Transition to Kindergarten: A Summer Readiness
    Program for Preschoolers Identified as Being at High-Risk for Behavioral Disorders
    Graziano, P. (PI) and Hart, K. (Co-I)
    The Children’s Trust
    Total Award: $400,000

    2011-2012 Biobehavioral predictors and outcomes of child and adolescent obesity (1P20MD002289-01)
    Wallace, D. (PI)
    Role: Co-I
    NIH, National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities
    Total Award: $95,427

    2010-2013 Postdoctoral Training in Intervention Research for Children with Disruptive Behavior Disorders (R324B090001)
    Pelham, W. (PI)
    Role: Postdoctoral Fellow

  • Funded Internal Research Grants

    2014 Energy expenditure among preschool children with behavior problems
    Graziano, P. (PI)
    Center for Children and Families (CCF) Intramural Research Award, FIU
    Total Award: $4,000

    2009 Self-Regulation and Executive Functioning in Pediatric Obesity
    Graziano, P: (PI)
    Center for Pediatric Psychology and Family Studies, University of Florida
    Total Award: $1,000

Current and Past Collaborators

Florida International University

Katie Hart, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

Catherine Coccia, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

Dan Bagner, Ph.D.

Anthony Dick, Ph.D.

Seattle Children's Hospital

Maggie Sibley, Ph.D. |
Associate Professor

University of Mississippi Medical Center

Crystal Lim, Ph.D. | 
Associate Professor

University of Florida

Joseph McNamara, 
Associate Professor

David Janicke, Ph.D. | 

Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

Dan Waschbusch, Ph.D. | 

James Waxmonsky, M.D. | 
Professor of Psychiatry

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Karen Derefinko, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor