Curriculum Vitae Dec 8 11 AssafOshri Update by 11yflme

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									                                    CURRICULUM VITAE
                                      Assaf Oshri, Ph.D.

Mt. Hope Family Center                                                       Rochester, NY, 14608
University of Rochester                                                    585-275-2991 (ext. 318)
187 Edinburgh Street                                                      assafoshri@rochester.edu

RESEARCH INTERESTS

      Developmental Psychopathology/Psychobiology
      Child trauma, psychopathology, and health risk behaviors among adolescents
      Contributions of child personality, behavior, and biological systems to resilient/maladaptive
       outcomes
      Advanced Structural Equation Modeling



EDUCATION

      University of Rochester, Mt. Hope Family Center, Postdoctoral Fellowship      2009-2011
       in Developmental Psychopathology
      Florida International University (Miami), Ph.D. in Developmental              2005- 2009
       Psychology
      Florida International University (Miami), M.S. in Developmental               2001-2004
       Psychology
      Ben Gurion University (Beer-Sheva, Israel), B.A. in Behavioral Sciences       1997-2000


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Research Faculty (Research Assistant Professor), Mt. Hope Family Center, Clinical and Social
Sciences in Psychology, University of Rochester (2011-current)

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Mt. Hope Family Center, Clinical and Social Sciences in Psychology,
University of Rochester (2009-2011)
Project Supervisors: Fred Rogosch, Sheree Toth, Dante Cicchetti

Graduate Research Assistant and Evaluation Specialist, EMPOWER Project, FIU (2005-2009)
Project Supervisor: Jonathan Tubman
Graduate Research Assistant, Child and Anxiety Program, FIU, (2001-2004)
Project Supervisor: Wendy Silverman

Program Specialist, Enosh, Ben Gurion University, (2000-2001)



EXTRAMURAL FUNDING (Co-Investigator)

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) proposal: Child Abuse & Trauma-Related
       Psychopathology: Multiple Levels of Analysis. Grant # MH083979. Co-Investigator to PIs:
       Dante Cicchetti and Fred Rogosch. Amount awarded: $2.37 million.

National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA; Under Revision for Resubmission): Follow-up of Chronic
       Stress of Maltreatment: Drug Use Vulnerability. Co-Investigator to PIs: Dante Cicchetti and
       Fred Rogosch. Requested amount: $2.5 million.


PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Oshri, A., Tubman, J. G., & Brunette, M. (In Press). Childhood Maltreatment Histories, Alcohol and
       Other Drug Use Symptoms, and Sexual Risk Behavior in a Treatment Sample of
       Adolescents, American Journal of Public Health.

Gravener, J. A., Rogosch, F. A., Oshri, A.., Toth, S. L., & Cicchetti, D. (In Press). The role of
      Expressed Emotion in the association between maternal depression and toddler behavior
      problems and attachment, Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology.

Oshri, A., Tubman, J. G., Morgan-Lopez, Saavedra, L., & Csizamadia, A. (In Press). Sexual
       sensation seeking, co-occurring sex and alcohol use, and sexual risk behavior among
       adolescents in treatment for substance use problems, American Journal on Addictions.

Cicchetti, D., Rogosch, A. F., & Oshri, A. (2011). Interactive effects of CRHR1, 5-HTTLPR, and
       child maltreatment on diurnal cortisol regulation and internalizing symptomatology.
       Development and Psychopathology, 23, 1125-1138.

Teisl, M., Rogosch, F. A., Oshri, A., & Cicchetti, D. (2011). Differential expression of social
       dominance as a function of age and maltreatment experience. Developmental Psychology.
       DOI: 10.1037/a0024888

Oshri, A., Rogosch, A. F., Burnette, M., & Cicchetti, D. (2011). Developmental pathways to
       adolescent cannabis abuse and dependence: Child maltreatment, emerging personality, and
       internalizing versus externalizing psychopathology. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors,
       25(4), 634-644. DOI: 10.1037/a0023151

Oshri, A., Tubman, G. J., & Jaccard, J. (2011). Psychiatric symptom typology in a sample of youth
       receiving substance abuse treatment services: Associations with self-reported child
       maltreatment and sexual risk behaviors. AIDS & Behavior, 15, 1844-1856, DOI:
       10.1007/s10461-011-9890-5.

Pickreign, E. Toth, S. L., Rogosch, F., Oshri A., Manly, J., & Cicchetti, D. (2011). Child
       maltreatment, attachment organization, and internal representations of mother and mother-
       child relationships. Child Maltreatment, 16, 137-145. DOI: 10.1177/1077559511398294

Tubman, J. G., Oshri, A., Leon-Morris, S., & Taylor, H. (2011). Maltreatment clusters among youth
     in outpatient substance abuse treatment: Co-occurring patterns of maladaptive health
     behaviors. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 40, 301-309. DOI: 10.1007/s10508-010-9699-8.

Rogosch, A. F., Oshri, A., & Cicchetti, D. (2010). From child maltreatment to adolescent cannabis
      abuse and dependence: A developmental cascade model. Development and Psychopathology,
      22, 883-897.

Oshri, A., Tubman, J. G., Wagner E., Leon-Morris, S. L., & Snyders, J. (2008). Psychiatric symptom
       patterns, proximal risk factors and sexual risk behaviors among youth in outpatient substance
       abuse treatment. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 78, 430-441.

Oshri, A., Tubman, J. G., & Mira, L. (2008). Heterogeneity in psychiatric symptom patterns and
       sexual risk behaviors among youth receiving substance abuse treatment services. The
       Addiction Newsletter, 15, 15-17.

Allen, A., Saltzman, W. R., Brymer, M. J., Oshri, A., & Silverman, W. K. (2006). An empirically
       informed intervention for children following exposure to severe hurricanes. The Behavior
       Therapist, 29, 118-124.

NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Oshri, A., "Maltreatment, Psychiatric Symptoms and Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Sexual
       Transmitted Infection Risk Behavior among Youth with Alcohol and Other Drug Use
       Problems: A Person-Centered Analysis" (2009). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations.
       Paper 100. http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/etd/100

Oshri, A. (2009). Review of the book Sexuality in Adolescence: Current Trends, edited by Susan
       Moore and Doreen Rosenthal. Journal of Adolescent Research, New York: Rutledge, 2006,
       294 pp. (paperback).
MANUSCRIPTS UNDER PEER REVIEW

Toth, S. L., Rogosch, F. A., Oshri, A. Gravener, J. A., & Cicchetti, D. (Resubmitted May 2nd). The
       efficacy of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for low-income women with Major Depressive
       Disorder. (Journal of Counsulting and Clinical Psychology).

Banny, A. M., Cicchetti, D. Rogosch, F. A., Crick, N. R., & Oshri, A. (Under revision for
       resubmission).Vulnerability to depression: The roles of child maltreatment, peer
       victimization, and genetic variation among children from low-SES backgrounds.

Oshri, A., Rogosch, A. F., & Cicchetti, D. (Under Revision for Resubmission). From child
       maltreatment to youth psychopathology via childhood personality profiles: A person-centered
       mediation model.


MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS

Tubman, G., Oshri & Tamir, H. (in progress). Sexual communication and HIV risk among
     adolescent in AOD treatment.

Burnette, M. L., Oshri A., et al., Gender informed model to the development of anti-social behaviors
       from childhood to late adolescence. Development and Psychopthaology.

Many, J., Oshri, A., Lynch, M., Hertzog, M., & Wortel, S. (in progress). Negelct, exposure to
       violence and children’s mental health. Child Maltreatment..

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Idetivn:

Oshri, A. (2009, October). Maltreatment, Psychiatric Symptoms and Human Immunodeficiency
       Virus/Sexual Transmitted Infection Risk Behavior among Youth with Alcohol and Other Drug
       Use Problems: A Person-Centered Analysis Development and Psychoapthology Brown Bag,
       Mt. Hope Family Center, University of Rochester, NY.

Oshri, A., Rogosch, A. F., & Cicchetti, D. (2011, March). From child maltreatment to
       adolescent psychopathology via childhood personality profiles: A person-centered mediation
       model. In Rogosch, A. F.: Paper symposium presented at the Biennial
       Scientific Meeting of the Society for Research of Child Development, Montreal, Canada.

Oshri, A., & Tubman, J. G. (2011, March). Examining Sources of Heterogeneity in Sexual Risk
       Behavior among Adolescents Receiving Treatment for Substance Use Problems. In Boislard,
       M. A., & Zimmer-Gembeck, M.: Paper symposium presented at the Biennial Scientific
       Meeting of the Society for Research of Child Development, Montreal, Canada.

Rogosch, F., Burnette, M., Manly, J. T., Oshri, A., & Petrenko, P. (2011, November). A
      Professional Development Panel: Grants and Fellowship altreatment, Psychiatric Symptoms
      and Human Immunodeficiency,Development and Psychoapthology Brown Bag,
      Mt. Hope Family Center, University of Rochester, NY.



Abstact/Posters

Oshri, A., Rogosch, A. F., Burnette, M., & Cicchetti, D. (2011, March). Child
       maltreatment, development of psychopathology and youth cannabis abuse and dependence: A
       test of competing mechanisms. Poster was presented at the Biennial Scientific Meeting of the
       Society for Research of Child Development, Montreal, Canada.

Oshri, A., Tubman, J. G. & Hernandez, L. (2009, June). Ethnic affiliation, gender and risk for
       STI/HIV among youth receiving treatment for AOD use: Variable- and person-centered
       approaches. Poster presented at the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Research Society
       on Alcoholism, San Diego, California.

Oshri, A., & Tubman, J. G. (2009, March) Sensation seeking, substance use psychiatric symptoms
       and sexual risk behavior among AOD-using adolescents: A mediation model. Poster
       presented at the Biennial Scientific Meeting of the Society for Research of Child
       Development, Denver, Colorado.

Oshri, A., Tubman, J. G., & Des Rosiers, S. (2008, July). Alcohol and condom-use expectancies,
       AOD abuse and dependence psychiatric symptoms and sexual risk behaviors among
       adolescents in AOD treatment: Meditational analysis. Poster presented at the 31th Annual
       Scientific Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, Washington, D.C.

Oshri, A., Tubman, J. G., & Mira, L. (2008, July). Psychological maltreatment and sexual risk
       behavior among youth in alcohol and other drug use treatment: A mediation analysis. Poster
       presented at the 31th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism,
       Washington, D.C.

Tubman, J. G., Oshri, A., Wagner, E. F., Leon-Morris, S., & Snyders, J. (2008, July). Examining
     clinical significance in the EMPOWER program: Brief HIV risk reduction for teens in
     alcohol treatment. Poster presented at the 31th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Research
     Society on Alcoholism, Washington, D.C.
Oshri, A., Tubman J. G., Mira, L., & Snyders, J. (2008, March). Psychiatric symptom patterns,
       proximal risk factors and sexual risk behaviors among youth in outpatient substance abuse
       treatment. Poster presented at the 12th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Research
       on Adolescence, Chicago, Illinois.

Oshri, A., Tubman J. G., Mira, L., & Gray, C. (2008, March). Sensation seeking, condom use self-
       efficacy and sexual risk behavior among AOD-using adolescents: A moderating relationship.
       Poster presented at the 12th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Research on
       Adolescence, Chicago, Illinois.

Tubman, J. G., Oshri, A., & Taylor H., (2008, March). Sexual abuse history among adolescents in
     AOD treatment: Associations with psychopathology and HIV/STI risk factors. Poster
     presented at the 12th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence,
     Chicago, Illinois.

Tubman, J. G., Oshri, A., & Taylor H., (2007, June). Maltreatment history and sexual risk behavior
     among adolescents in AOD treatment: Person-centered analyses. Poster presented at the 30th
     Annual Scientific Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, Chicago, Illinois.

Snyders, J., Oshri, A., & Tubman, J. G., (2007, March). Co-occurrence of psychiatric diagnoses and
       sexual risk behaviors among adolescent substance users. Poster presented at the Biennial
       Scientific Meeting of the Society for Research of Child Development, Boston,
       Massachusetts.

Oshri, A., Taylor, H., & Tubman, J. G., (2006, June). Relational correlates of risk factors for HIV
       exposure among adolescents in alcohol and other drug treatment. Poster presented at the
       29th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, Baltimore, Maryland.

Oshri, A., Tubman, J. G., & Kanaparthi, A. (2006, June). Psychological maltreatment history
       among youth in alcohol treatment. Poster presented at the 29th Annual Scientific Meeting of
       the Research Society on Alcoholism, Baltimore, Maryland.

Oshri, A., Pina, A., & Silverman, W. K., (2003, March). School refusal behavior in youths with
       anxiety disorders. Poster presented at the Anxiety Disorders Association of America
       Conference, Miami, FL.


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

      Guest Lecturer: University of Rochester, Department of Clinical and Social Sciences, 575
       (PhD Students): Developmental Psychopathology. Methodological and Statistical Issues in
       Developmental Psychopathology (Fall 2011).
       Guest Lecturer: University of Rochester, Department of Clinical and Social Sciences, 575
        (PhD Students): Developmental Psychopathology. Methodological and Statistical Issues in
        Developmental Psychopathology (Fall 2010).
       Instructor, Florida International University, Department of Psychology,
        PSY 2020: Introduction to Psychology (Spring, & Summer, 2006).

       Instructor, Florida International University, Department of Psychology,
        PSY 2020: Introduction to Psychology (Summer & Fall, 2005).

       Instructor, Florida International University, Department of Psychology,
        PSY 4164: Children’s Learning (Spring, 2005).

CONSULTATION AND CO-MENTORING EXPERIENCE

       Post BA level: Lissette Mira BSW, Florida International University.
       PhD Level: Melissa Ducas, M.S., University of Rochester
       PhD Level: Erin Pickreign, ABD, University of Rochester
       PhD Level: Julie Gravener, ABD, University of Rochester
       PhD Level: Jack Peltz, ABD, University of Rochester
       PhD Level: Tim Allen, M.S., Univeristy of Minnisota

       Postdoctoral Level: Mike Teisl, Ph.D., School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of
        Rochester

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION & COMMUNITY

AD HOC JOURNAL REVIEWER

       Journal of Adolescence                                                     2007- current
       Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology                              2009- current
       Criminal Justice and Behavior                                              2009- current
       Child Maltreatment                                                         2010- current
       Development and Psychopathology                                            2010- current
       American Journal on Addiction                                              2011-current
       Current Drug Abuse Reviews                                                 2011-current
       Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology                                       2011-current



COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER SERVICE
       Volunteer, Guardian Ad Litem Program (Seventeenth Judicial Circuit, Broward County, FL):
        2005-2006
        Duties: Advocating in the best interest of youths reported to be abused, neglected or abandoned
        by their parents.


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

       American Psychological Association: 2002-current
       Society for Research in Child Development: 2010-current
       Division 7, Developmental Psychology: 2010- current

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/STATISTICAL TRAINING

       Structural Equation Modeling: Advanced Longitudinal Modeling, Kansas University Stat Camp,
        Lawrence, KS (June 13-17, 2011).
       M-PLUS Seminar, Statistical Analysis with Latent Variables Using Mplus, Johns Hopkins
        Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD (March 21-21, 2010)
       R Workshop: Introduction to using and extending the R Statistical Computing
        Environment, University of Rochester, Center for Research Computing, Biostatistics and
        Computational Biology (June 11-18, 2010)
       M-PLUS Seminar, Longitudinal Modeling with Categorical Latent Variables Using Mplus, Johns
        Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD (August 16-19, 2010)

FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS

       NIH Young Scholars Travel Grant to Attend the 4th Annual TRCNC (Washington
        University in St. Louis, Missouri), August 2010
       FIU Graduate School Dissertation Year Fellowship Award, 2008-2009
       Florida International University Graduate Assistantship, 2002-2008

LANGUAGES

        Strong writing, reading and speaking ability in English and Hebrew.
        Strong reading, speaking and moderate writing ability in French and Spanish.
REFERENCES (in alphabetical order)

    Antonio Morgan-Lopez, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
     Tel: 919-962-6977; E-mail: amorganlopez@unc.edu

    Dante Cicchetti, University of Minnesota,
     Tel: 612-624-6373; Email: Cicchet@umc.edu

  Fred Rogosch, University of Rochester
   Tel: 585-275-2991 Ext 265; Email: Fred_Rogosch@URMC.Rochester.edu

    James Jaccard, Florida International University
     Tel: 305-348-2881; Email: jjaccard@fiu.edu

  Jonathan G. Tubman, American University
   Tel:TBA ; Email: tubman@fiu.edu

  Robert Lickliter, Florida International University
   Tel: 305-348-3441; Email: licklite@fiu.edu

  Sheree Toth, University of Rochester
   Tel: 585-275-2991 Ext 256; Email: Sheree_Toth@URMC.Rochester.edu

								
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