2018 CDLP Awardees


The Alies Muskin Career Development Leadership Program (CDLP) is an intensive mentoring and professional development opportunity for early career clinicians and researchers. This interactive learning experience challenges thinking and encourages creative discourse about anxiety, depressive, obsessive-compulsive, and trauma-related disorders in a diverse, multidisciplinary community of professionals involved in practice and research.The CDLP program is another step in ADAA's commitment to recognize and promote outstanding talent. Participants are grouped among two tracks: Clinical Research and Practice. The 2018 CDLP award winners are listed below by track. 

Attention 2018 CDLP Awardees!  We would love to hear from you. Please don't forget to send us updates on your professional achievements.  We also encourage all awardees to contribute a blog post, and/or host a public or professional webinar, that we can share with our ADAA communities. Please stay connected!

Full CDLP Listing with Awardee Headshots and Bios 

Research Track

Stephanie Agtarap, PhD
University of California, San Diego

Lynnette Averill, PhD
National Center for PTSD – Clinical Neurosciences Division/Yale
Department of Psychiatry

Sunhye Bai, PhD, MPH
UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior

Kate Bentley, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Venkat Bhat, MD FRCPC
University of Toronto

Shannon Blakey, MS
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Katie Burkhouse, PhD
University of Illinois at Chicago

Karmel Choi, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital 

Susan Conroy, MD, PhD
Indiana University School of Medicine

Zhi-De Deng, PhD
National Institute of Mental Health

Taylor Dryman, MA
Temple University/McLean Hospital

Aileen Echiverri-Cohen, PhD
UCLA Anxiety and Depression Research Center

Martha Falkenstein, PhD
OCD Institute at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Rachel Freed, PhD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Samantha Friend, MD, PhD
University of California, San Diego

Eugenia Gorlin, PhD
Boston University

Ryan Jacoby, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Bashkim Kadriu, MD
National Institute of Mental Health

Allison LoPilato, PhD
Emory School of Medicine

Filomene Morrison, PhD
VA Boston Healthcare System/National Center for PTSD

Andrew Peckham, PhD
McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Candace Raio, PhD
New York University

Lance Rappaport, PhD
Virginia Commonwealth University

Antonia Seligowski, PhD
McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical Schoo

Lauren Sippel, PhD
National Center for PTSD/Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

Kristin Szuhany, PhD
NYU Langone Health

Johanna Thompson-Hollands, PhD
National Center for PTSD

Samuel Wilkinson, MD
Yale University

Vera Vine, PhD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Practice Track

Nicole Alicino, PhD
Spectrum Services

Julia Burch, PhD
McLean Hospital

Jonah Cohen, PhD
University of Pennsylvania Hospital System/Temple University

Heather El-Amamy, MD, PhD
Georgetown University Hospital

Nathan Fite, PhD
Kansas City Center for Anxiety Treatment

Lauren Hoffman, PsyD
Columbia University Medical Center

Stephanie Kuhn, MA, LPC
Anxiety Treatment Center of Greater Chicago

Samantha Swetter, MD
Mount Sinai Hospital

Elizabeth Parker, LCMFT
Bowie Youth & Family Services

Zuzanna Wojcieszak, MA
Temple University

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