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STEPHEN P. HINSHAW 5/16

Office: Department of Psychology Home: 1200 Masonic Avenue Tolman Hall #1650 Berkeley, CA 94706

University of California (510) 206-2295

Berkeley, CA 94720-1650 steve.hinshaw3@gmail.com

hinshaw@berkeley.edu




Education
A.B. (1974) Harvard University, summa cum laude

Concentration: Psychology and Social Relations
M.A. (1979) University of California, Los Angeles

Major: Clinical Psychology
Ph.D. (1983) University of California, Los Angeles

Major: Clinical Psychology

Minors: Quantitative Psychology; Physiological Psychology
Post-doctoral Fellow (1983-85) University of California, San Francisco

Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute, Clinical Psychology Fellow




Academic and Professional Awards and Honors

National Merit Scholarship (1970)


Harvard College Scholarship (1971)
John Harvard Scholarship (1972, 1973)
Detur Prize (1974)
Ames Award: Graduating senior at Harvard best blending academics and social action (1974)
Phi Beta Kappa (1974)
Chancellor's Fellowship, UCLA (1977 1981)

UCLA Alumni Association Distinguished Scholar Award, Outstanding Graduate Student campus-wide (1980)

R.E. Harris Award: Outstanding Clinical Psychology Fellow, Langley Porter Institute, UC San Francisco (1985)
Fellow, Association for Psychological Science (2001-)
Distinguished Teaching Award, College of Letters and Sciences, UC Berkeley (2001)
Learning Disabilities Association of California, Special Award Recognizing Research and Service (2004)

Distinguished Professional Contribution Award, The Help Group (2004)


Fellow, American Psychological Association, Division 53 (2005-)
Hall of Fame, CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD) (2007-)
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (2007-)
Named as “Top 10” author for empirical productivity in clinical psychology, in “Scholarly Publications in

Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Programs,” by Stewart et al., Journal of Clinical Psychology (2007)


Distinguished Scientific Achievement in Psychology Award, California State Psychological Association (2009)
Distinguished Scientist Award, Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology (2015)
James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award, Association for Psychological Science (2016): Highest award of the

organization, for a lifetime of outstanding contributions to applied psychological research



Other Honors

Distinguished Alumnus Award, Upper Arlington High School, Columbus, OH (2015)


Academic, Research, and Clinical Positions
2013- Vice Chair for Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San

Francisco

2004-2011 Chair, Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley

2004- Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco

1997-2001 Director of Clinical Psychology Training, University of California, Berkeley

1995- Professor, Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley

1991-1995 Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley

1990-1991 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley

1986 1990 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles

1985 1986 Visiting Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley

1984 1986 Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, UC San Francisco

1983 1985 Post Doctoral Fellow, Langley Porter Institute, University of California, San Francisco

1982 1983 Psychologist, Child Psychiatry Division, University of California, Irvine Medical Center

1981 1982 Clinical Psychology Intern, Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA

1975 1977 Director, Camp Freedom, Cambridge, MA/Ossipee, NH

1974 1976 Program Coordinator, Therapeutic Center, Massachusetts Mental Health Center


Grants/Contracts (each new grant or competing renewal listed)




National Institute of Mental Health, R44 MH99709-03 through 05, “Neurophysiological Attention Test (NAT)

for Objective Assessment of ADHD,” 12/15-11/18. PI: Gregory Simpson; co-I: Stephen P. Hinshaw.

Total costs, Berkeley site: $250,000.
Peder Sather Center for Advanced Study, UC Berkeley-Norway Collaboration. “Characteristics, Risk, and

Resilience Factors Across the Lifespan,” 7/14-6/15. PIs: Astri Lundervold, Stephen Hinshaw. Total

costs: $20,000.
National Institute of Mental Health, R01 MH45064-19 through 23, “Adult Follow-up of Girls with ADHD:

Predictors, Mediators, and Mechanisms,” 7/13-4/18. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs:

$2,200,000.
National Institute of Mental Health, R01 MH91068-01 through 04, “Developmental Changes in Neural

Processes Underling Impulsivity and ADHD, 9/12-5/18. PI: Julie B. Schweitzer (Hinshaw, co-I).

Total Costs: $1,400,000.
National Institute of Mental Health, T32 MH89919, “From Mechanisms to Treatment of Mental Illness:

Translational Research Training, 7/11-6/16. PIs: Allison Harvey and Stephen P. Hinshaw: Total

costs: $850,000.

National Institute on Drug Abuse, N01DA85550, ARRA Supplement to “Follow-up of the Multimodal

Treatment Study of Children with ADHD,” 5/10-4/12. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs:

$346,247.

National Science Foundation, SMA REU 1005067, Summer Research Opportunity Program Training Site,

“Social Cultural Processes in Development and Mental Health,” 4/10–10/13. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw.

Total costs: $238,535.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Investigator Award in Policy Research, “ADHD Medication in America:

Society, Schools, and Public Policy,” PIs: Stephen P. Hinshaw and Richard M. Scheffler, 3/09 -2/14. Total costs: $335,000.


National Institute on Drug Abuse, N01DA85550, 01 through 03, “Follow-up of the Multimodal Treatment

Study of Children with ADHD,” 4/08-3/13. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total Costs: $650,000.


Bridging Grant, Committee on Research, University of California, Berkeley, “Evaluating Mental Illness

Stigma in Children and Families,” 2/09 -1/11. Total costs: $5,000


National Institute of Mental Health, R01 MH77671-01 through 05, “Integrated Multi-setting Psychosocial

Treatment for ADHD-Inattentive Type,” 6/08-5/13. PI’s: Linda Pfiffner and Stephen P. Hinshaw.

Total costs, Berkeley site: $1,400,000.
National Institute of Mental Health, R01 MH45064-14 through 18, “Young Adult Follow-up of Girls with

ADHD,” 9/05-7/12. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: $1,450,000.

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, R01 ND03498-01, “Genetics of Attention Deficit

Hyperactivity Disorder,” 8/04-7/05 (subcontract). PI: James Swanson; Site PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw.

Total costs: $24,000.

National Institute of Mental Health, R01 MH67084-01 through 03, “An Economic and Policy Analysis of

ADHD and Stimulant Drugs,” 2/04-1/07. PI: Richard Scheffler; Co-Investigator: Stephen P.

Hinshaw. Total costs: $900,000.
National Institute of Mental Health, R01 MH64182-01 through 03, “Functional Neuroanatomical Deficits in

ADHD Families,” 5/02-4/05. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw (Collaborative R01). Total costs: $75,000.


National Institute of Mental Health, N01 MH12009-01 through 08, “Extended Follow-up of the Multimodal

Treatment Study of Children with ADHD,” 2/01-1/08. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: $1,520,000.

National Institute of Mental Health, U01 MH45064-09 through 13, “Prospective Follow-up of Girls with

ADHD,” 8/00-7/05. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: $1,600,000.


National Institute of Mental Health, U01 MH50461-07 through 08, "Follow-Up--Multimodal Treatment

Study of Children with ADHD,” 9/98-9/00. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total Costs: $750,000.

National Institute of Mental Health, U01 MH50461-06, "Multimodal Treatment Study of Children with

ADHD—Initial Follow-Up," 9/97-8/98. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total Costs: $545,000.


National Institute of Mental Health, R01 MH45064-06 through 08, "Mediators of Competence and

Impairment in ADHD Girls," 2/97-2/00. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: $1,135,000.

National Institute of Mental Health, U01 MH50461-01 through 05, "Pharmacologic and Psychosocial

Interventions for ADHD" (Cooperative Agreement for Multimodal Treatment Study of Children with

ADHD), 9/92-8/97. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: $2,390,000.

U.S. Department of Education, Supplement to U01 MH50461, for Educational Intervention, 9/94-8/96. PI:

Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: $140,000.


National Institute of Mental Health, R01 MH45064-04 through 05, "Aggression, Peer Status, and Family

Factors in ADHD," 6/94 5/96. PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: $390,000.

National Institute of Mental Health, R29 MH45064-01 through 03, "Peer Status, Social Behavior, and

Intervention for ADHD," 4/40-3/93 (FIRST Award). PI: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs:

$306,599.
Committee on Research Grants, University of California, Berkeley, 7/91-6/06. 9 grants, for a total of

$25,800.
Biomedical Research Support Grants, University of California, Berkeley, 4/90-3/92. 2 grants: $15,500.


Biomedical Research Support Grants, Division of Life Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles,

7/87 6/89. 2 grants: $8,960.



Student/Trainee Grants Sponsored:
National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Fellowship Award to Christopher Adalio, 9/13-8/16.

Sponsor: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: By agreement.


National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Fellowship Award to Jocelyn Meza, 9/14-8/17.

Sponsor: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: By agreement.


National Institute of Mental Health, F31 MH64226, Predoctoral NRSA Award to Steve Lee, 8/01-7/03.

Total costs: By agreement.

National Institute of Mental Health, F31 MH12838, Predoctoral NRSA Award to Amori Mikami, 7/01-6/03.

Total costs: By agreement.

National Institute of Mental Health, F32 MH12792, Postdoctoral NRSA Award to Elizabeth Owens,

8/00-6/02. Total costs: By agreement.


National Institute of Mental Health, F31 MH11958, Predoctoral NRSA Award to Jennifer Treuting,

9/98-8/00. Sponsor: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: By agreement.


National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Fellowship Award to Dara Blachman, 9/98-8/01.

Sponsor: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: By agreement.


National Institute of Mental Health, F31 MH10861, Predoctoral NRSA Award to Sharon Melnick,

9/94-8/96. Sponsor: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: By agreement.


National Institute of Mental Health, F31 MH10462, Predoctoral NRSA Award to Joel Nigg, 9/93-8/95.

Sponsor: Stephen P. Hinshaw. Total costs: By agreement.

National Institute of Mental Health: Supplement Grants for Underrepresented Minority Students:

Joyce Chang (R01 MH45064)

Allison Briscoe (R01 MH45064)

Terry Chi (R01 MH45064)

Teron Park (U01 MH50461)

Professional Affiliations
Association for Psychological Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science


Professional Group on Attention and Related Disorders
International Society for Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
Society for Research in Child Development

Offices/Leadership

Chair, Assessment Committee, Multimodal Treatment Study of Children with ADHD (1993-2003)

Chair, Steering Committee, Multimodal Treatment Study of Children with ADHD (MTA) (1996)

Secretary/Treasurer, International Society for Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (1996-9)

President, Professional Group on Attention and Related Disorders (PGARD) (1996-2000)
Director, Psychology Clinic; Director of Clinical Science Training Program, University of California,

Berkeley (1997-2001)


President, International Society for Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (1999-2001)
National Professional Advisory Board, Children and Adults with ADHD (CHADD) (2000-2003)
Executive Committee, Greater Good Science Center, Institute of Human Development, University of

California, Berkeley (2001-present)


President, Division 53, American Psychological Association (Society for Child and Adolescent Clinical

Psychology) (2001-3)


Professional Advisory Board, The Help Group (2004-present)

Vice-Chair, Board of Directors, The Reach Institute (2006-2013)


National Board of Advisors, Active Minds (antistigma college student advocacy group) (2007-present)

Advisory Board, San Francisco Mental Health Association (2007-2010)


International Advisory Board on Stigma and Discrimination Related to Mental Illness, United Kingdom

(2008-present)

Board of Directors, No Health without Mental Health (NHMH), non-profit devoted to social marketing/

destigmatization related to mental illness (2008-present)

California Stigma and Discrimination Reduction Advisory Committee (Proposition 63) (2008-2010)
National Advisory Board, Girls Inc. (2009-present)
Board of Advisors, Biobehavioral Diagnostics (2011-present)
Co-Chair, Scientific Research Council, Child Mind Institute (2011-present)
Scientific Advisory Board, Bring Change 2 Mind (2012-present)
Medical/Scientific Advisory Board, MentalFitness, Inc.
Vice-Chair for Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco (2013-

present)
Co-Director, Research and Evaluation, LETS Bring Change 2 Mind (Let’s Erase the Stigma, a subsidiary

of BC2M) (2014-present)
Scientific Advisory Board, The REACH Institute (2015-present)

National Advisory Board, Association of Educational Therapists (2016-present)



Journal Boards and Reviewing
Editor: Psychological Bulletin (2009-2014)
Associate Editor: Development and Psychopathology (2000-present)

Editorial Boards:


Annual Review of Clinical Psychology (2012-present)

Child Neuropsychology (2000-present)

Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (1999-present)

Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2002-2006)

Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology (2002-2010)


Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (1999-present)

Journal of Attention Disorders (1996-present)

Development and Psychopathology (1995-2000)

Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1996-1999)

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1996-1998) (2003-2004)

School Psychology Review (1995-2000)

Child Development (1988-1992)

ADHD Report (1999-present)

Ad hoc reviewer: (selected list):


Archives of General Psychiatry (now JAMA Psychiatry)

American Journal of Psychiatry

American Psychologist

Behavior Therapy

Biological Psychiatry

Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review

Clinical Psychology Review

Cognitive Therapy and Research

Developmental Psychology

Journal of Abnormal Psychology

Journal of Child and Family Studies

Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology

Journal of Clinical Child Psychology

Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

Lancet Psychiatry

Pediatrics

PLoS One

Psychiatry Research

Psychological Assessment

Psychological Review

Psychiatric Services

Science

Ad hoc reviewer, scientific conferences:

American Psychological Association

Society for Research in Child Development



Grant Reviewing
Member, Initial Review Group, NIMH Study Section on Child Psychopathology and Treatment: 9/94-6/98

Ad hoc reviewer, Center for Scientific Review, Study Section on Intervention Research, 2002

Ad hoc reviewer, Center for Scientific Review, Study Section on Social and Interpersonal Processes, 2005

Reviewer, National Institute of Mental Health, B-START (R03) Grant Program (intermittent)


Reviewer, NIH Loan Repayment Program (intermittent)
Reviewer, American Psychological Foundation

Koppitz Awards

Frank Awards
Reviewer, Stigma and Global Health Program of the John E. Fogarty International Center (2009)

Teaching and Advising Experience
Undergraduate Courses:
Abnormal Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Developmental Psychopathology (originated course at UC Berkeley, 1993)

Exceptional Children

Clinical Research Methods

Narrative Accounts of Mental Disorder

Research and Theory in Psychology (advanced overview course for all new majors in the department)

Graduate Courses:

Adult Psychopathology

Clinical Psychopharmacology

Child Psychopathology

Proseminar in Clinical Psychology

Theories of Child and Family Therapy

Principles of Psychological Assessment

Child and Adolescent Assessment

Clinical Supervision

Adult, Child, and Family Therapy

Clinical Assessment

Introduction to the Profession of Psychology

Developmental Psychology Proseminar


Doctoral Advising (Major Advisor/Dissertation Chair):

UCLA:
Drew Erhardt (Pepperdine University Department of Psychology; Professor)

Carolyn Anderson (Stanford Medical School Department of Psychiatry/private practice)

Brian Zupan (co-chair) (Fox Media)

University of California, Berkeley:

Joel Nigg (Oregon Health and Sciences University; Professor)

Sharon Melnick (Consultant)

Teron Park (UC Berkeley Department of Psychology; Assistant Clinical Professor)

Jennifer Treuting (UC Berkeley Department of Psychology; Lecturer)

Daphne Anshel (co-chair) (New York University Department of Psychiatry; clinician)

Terry Chi (Northwestern College; Assistant Professor)

Allison Briscoe-Smith (Wright Institute, Associate Professor; UCSF Department of Psychiatry)

Amori Mikami (University of British Columbia Department of Psychology; Associate Professor)

Dara Blachman (Violence and Victimization Research Division, National Institute of Justice; Social

Science Analyst)

Steve Lee (UCLA Department of Psychology; Associate Professor)

Christine Zalecki (UC San Francisco Department of Psychiatry and Institute of Human Development,

UC Berkeley (Research and Staff Psychologist)

Kseniya Yershova (Columbia University Department of Psychiatry, Deputy Science Director)

Auran Piatigorsky (UC San Francisco; Staff Psychologist)

Joyce Chang Lee (UCLA School of Medicine; Clinician/Researcher)

Margaret Sheridan (co-chair) (University of North Carolina, Assistant Professor)

Benjamin Mullin (University of Colorado Medical Center, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry)

Andrea Stier Samuels (San Francisco State University Department of Psychology, Lecturer)

Mario Aceves (San Francisco State University, Instructor)

Fred Loya (UC Davis/VA Martinez, Research Scientist)

Andres Martinez (University of California, Berkeley, Visiting scholar)

B. Tate Guelzow (San Francisco VA, Post-doctoral fellow)

Meghan Miller (UC Davis MIND Institute, Assisant professor; K-award recipient)

Erika Swanson (Clearwater Center, Post-doctoral fellow)

Jenna Rinsky (Children’s Health Council, Post-doctoral fellow)

Stephanie Cardoos (UC San Francisco/Veterans Administratin: Post-doctoral fellow)

Maya Guendelman (current doctoral student)

Chanelle Gordon (current doctoral student)

Jocelyn Meza (current doctoral student)

Christopher Adalio (current doctoral student)

Megan Norr (current doctoral student)

Shaikh Ahmad (current doctoral student)

Enitan Marcelle (current doctoral student)

*National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Awardees:

Dara Blachman

Jocelyn Meza

Christopher Adalio

Enitan Marcelle

*National Institute of Mental Health Minority Supplement Awards:
Teron Park

Terry Chi

Joyce Chang

Allison Bricoe-Smith

*American Psychological Foundation Koppitz/Muensterberg Fellowships:
Benjamin Mullin

Kseniya Yershova



Post-doctoral Fellows Sponsored
Elizabeth Owens, Ph.D. (Research Psychologist, Institute of Human Development, UC Berkeley)

Sytske Besemer, Ph.D. (Visiting Scholar, University of California, Berkeley)

Katherine Belendiuk, Ph.D. (Research Scientist, Palo Alto VA Medical Center)

Special Advising

Mentor for a number of Summer Research Opportunity Program and McNair Scholar undergraduates


Mentor for Alstair Cooke Fulbright Scholar Mary O’Hara for a year in the U.S. (2010-2011), with

respect to a research investigation comparing American and British press depictions of mental illness

across the past 25 years

Additional Teaching
Guest Lecturer, Wright Institute, Berkeley (1999-2010)
Berkeley Extension, Invited Public Lectures: 2003, 2007, 2009, 2013
UC Berkeley Extension, American Comenius: 2008, 2009
Dutch American Comenius Lecturer: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
New England Educational Institute: “Developmental Psychopathology: Research and Clinical Principles”

Santa Fe, October, 2006

Cape Cod, June, 2007; July, 2008; August, 2009; August, 2010

Teaching Company, “Origins of the Human Mind,” 24-lecture series; released in March, 2010

Faculty mentor, Fogarty Center grant to train mental health scientists and professionals from Central/

Eastern Europe in mental health policy and stigma research (2006-2015


Guest faculty, Parent-infant and child mental health training program, University of Massachusetts, Boston

(2011-2014)


Guest faculty, Parent-infant and child mental health training program, University of California, Davis-Napa

(2015-present)



Selected Campus Service
Interview and Selection Committee, Regents’ and Chancellors’ Fellows, UCLA (1988-89)
Search Committee, Dean of School of Social Welfare (1995)
Chaired five successful faculty search committees for Department of Psychology (1998-present)
Executive Committee, Institute of Human Development, UC Berkeley (2006-8)
Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Student Mental Health, UC Berkeley (2009-present)

Social Transition Committee: Task Force for Reconsolidation of Social Science Organized Research Units,

UC Berkeley (2009-11)
Chair, Search Committee, Director for Institute of Human Development (2011)
Chair, Task Force of the Institute of Human Development, UC Berkeley, Early Childhood Education at

Berkeley (2012-13t)


Special consultant, appointed by Provost, UC Berkeley Early Childhood Education Program (2012-present)
Executive Committee, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco (2013-present)

Co-Chair, Advisory Committee, Early Childhood Education Programs,, University of California, Berkeley )

(2014-present)


Executive Committee, Institute of Human Development (2014-present)
Chaired >12 Faculty Search Committes, Univeristy of California, Berkeley and UC San Francisco (2002-

present)





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