Langberg presents to the VCU College Behavioral and Emotional Health Institute [VIDEO]
April 19, 2017
Langberg delivered a presentation at the College Behavioral and Emotional Health (COBE) Institute's From Research to Recovery Town Hall on the development and evaluation of the Accessing Campus Connections and Empowering Student Success (ACCESS) intervention. The ACCESS intervention is currently being evaluated in a large randomized trial at VCU and UNC-Greensboro and is one of the only evidence-based interventions available for college students with ADHD.
Langberg receives College of Humanities and Sciences award
April 28, 2016
Joshua Langberg, Ph.D., received the 2016 VCU College of Humanities and Sciences Excellence in Scholarship Award. The award is given for products of scholarship which demonstrate significant depth and breadth of vision; creative and innovative development of theory, method or form; or extension of the frontiers of knowledge in a field and which whereby constitutes a substantial contribution to the intellectual community within or beyond the scholar's field.
New $1.4 million grant to study sleep problems among adolescents
April 13, 2016
Dr. Langberg has received a $1.4 million grant to study the association between sleep problems and academic and social functioning among middle and high school age adolescents, with a particular focus on adolescents with ADHD. The new four-year grant, “Longitudinal Evaluation of the Impact of Sleep Problems on the Academic and Social Functioning of Adolescents with and without ADHD,” from the Institute of Education Sciences at the U.S. Department of Education aims to shed light on how sleep problems contribute to the educational functioning of adolescents with ADHD and why prevalence rates are so high.
New Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth grant to study tobacco use in young people with ADHD
May 29, 2015
The Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth has awarded three grants of up to $450,000 each to researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University to conduct two studies and support a research coalition focused on preventing tobacco use among young people. Dr. Langberg and Dr. Rosalie Corona, co-principal investigators, won one of the three awards for the project, "Integrating Tobacco Prevention Strategies into Behavioral Parent Training for Adolescents with ADHD," which will investigate strategies to curb tobacco use among young people with ADHD.
New study seeks to improve support of college students with ADHD
May 11, 2015
Under the $3.2 million study, 240 students at VCU and University of North Carolina-Greensboro will receive weekly group intervention and mentoring services.
CHADD webcast with Dr. Langberg
August 19, 2015
Dr. Langberg explains how to help children with ADHD use effective homework, organization and planning skills in this live webcast with CHADD.