C. Hendricks Brown, PhD
Dr. Brown serves as director of the Prevention Science and Methodology Group (PSMG), which works closely with National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) funded Prevention Research Centers and collaborates on the design and analysis of many of the federally funded randomized trials in prevention of mental disorders and drug abuse. He is also the co-director of the multi-site Center for Integrating Education and Prevention in Schools. Recently, his work has focused on the prevention of serious mental disorders such as schizophrenia, and also the prevention of suicide.
- Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami
- Director, Prevention Science and Methodology Group
- Co-director, Center for Integrating Education and Prevention in Schools
- PhD, 1981, University of Chicago, Statisics
- MA, 1975, University of Chicago, Chemistry
- Perrino, T., Brown, S.C., Huang, S., Brown, C.H., Perez Gomez, G., Pantin, H., & Szapocznik, J. (in press). Depressive symptoms, social support, and walking among Hispanic older adults. Journal of Aging & Health.
- Landsverk, J., Brown, C.H., Rolls- Reutz, J., Palinkas, L., Horwitz, S.M. (2011). Design elements in implementation research: A structured review of child welfare and child mental health studies. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 38(1), 54-63.
- A Varied Career
- Combining Treatment and Prevention
- Efficacy and Effectiveness Testing
- Latent Growth Models
- Long-term Center Grant
- Synthesizing Findings Across Multiple Randomized Trials
- The Advantages of Adaptive Design
- The Origins of Adaptive Design
- When Should I Make Design Changes?