Research Team Uncovers Fear Factor as Key in Disgust and Fainting
Two Forms of Disgust May Affect Treatment of Phobias
Disgust & OCD Connection Explored
June 2012: Congratulations to Bieke David who was awarded the Award for Excellence from the Child Clinical and Pediatric Psychology Internship in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Louisville School of Medicine!
May 2012: Congratulations to Bieke David for the successful defense of her dissertation. Go Dr. David!
December 2011: Congratulations to Tom Armstrong for receiving the Distinguished Student Research Award in Clinical Psychology by the Society of Clinical Psychology Division 12 of the American Psychological Association.
November 2011: Dr. Olatunji was featured in an article printed in Cosmos magazine titled "Disgust may be key to treating phobias, OCD" (See link above to read article).
April, 2011: Congratulations to Tom Armstrong for wining the Pat Burns Memorial Graduate Student Research Award.
April, 2011: Congratulations to Shivali Sarawgi for successfully defending her honors thesis.
Congratulations to Dr. Olatunji for winning the Ellen Gregg Ingalls Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching(see Faculty Awards )
Congratulations to Ryan Carr for securing a Vanderbilt University Summer Research Grant.
Congratulations to Shivali Sarawgi who will be starting her doctoral program in clinical psychology at Florida State University in the Fall of 2011. Best of luck!
Congratulations to Tom Armstrong for successfully defending his Major Area Paper.
Congratulations to Bieke David on an elequent disertation proposal.
Congratulations to Tom Armstrong for securing a competitive National Research and Service Award from NIMH!
We are very excited to congratulate Dr. Bunmi Olatunji who has been promoted to Associate Professor at Vanderbilt University!
Congratulations to Bieke David who has successfully placed at an internship site for 2011!
Dr. Olatunji has been awarded the David Shakow Early Career Award for Distinguished Contributions to Clinical Psychology from Division 12 of APA; recognizing his noteworthy contributions to both the science and practice of clinincal psychology.
Tom Armstrong has been selected as one of three winners of the 2009 ABCT Elsie Ramos Memorial Student Research Award for his poster entitled "Selective Attention in Contamination-Based OCD: Eye Tracking of Affective Content and Time Course."
Congratulations to Tom Armstrong who successfully defended his Master's thesis!
Congrats to Erin Etzel who will be starting her doctoral program in clinical psychology at the University of Miami in the Fall of 2009. Best of luck!
Extramural Funding: Dr. Olatunji recently was awarded an RO3 grant from the National Institute of Mental Health. This grant will examine the role of specific emotions on attentional biases in obsessive compulsive disorder
Dr. Olatunji's research was featured in the August 2007 edition of Men's Health.