Lab Grants

Active Grant Funding

  • Understanding Adolescent In-Vivo Exposure to Alcohol Content in the Media. Role: Gabrielli- Co-investigator (PI: Kristina Jackson). Source: NIAAA. Costs: $2,556,797. Grant Period: 09/10/20-06/30/24
  • Description: This multiple-burst EMA study seeks to understand the degree and nature of youth in vivo exposure to alcohol content in new media and entertainment media and to understand the mechanisms underlying the association between exposure to media alcohol content and youth drinking.
  • MobileCoach: A Novel Digital Intervention for Adolescent Substance Use. Role: Gabrielli- Principal Investigator. Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse (P30) Pilot Core Grant. Costs: $19,820. Grant period: 01/01/18-06/01/21
  • Description: This pilot grant established a collaboration between MobileCoach researchers and the research teams at the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health at Dartmouth and University of Florida to adapt an existing Swiss smartphone app for use with US high school youth to reduce risk for adolescent alcohol use.

Completed Grant Funding

  • Integrating Coaches to Promote Engagement with an mHealth Collaborative Care App. Role: Gabrielli- Co-Investigator. Source: New Hampshire Innovation Research Center. Costs: $139,812. Grant period: 07/01/14-06/30/16
  • Description: The overarching objectives of this proposal was to form a collaborative relationship between a company that designed a collaborative care app and a research team at Dartmouth College to assess feasibility of employment of the app within a high risk sample of young adults aging out of foster care.
  • Substance Use in Foster Care Youth: Relations Among Maltreatment, Use, and Coping. Role: Gabrielli- Principal Investigator. Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Costs: $71,992. Grant period: 08/05/13-08/04/15
  • Description: This predoctoral fellowship funded a research project examining longitudinal associations between maltreatment, coping approach, and substance use in youth placed in foster care.