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Applications:
Education, Epidemiology, Human Development, Mental Health, Public Health, Social Sciences, Survey Research
Methodologies:
Data Mining, Longitudinal Data Analysis, Missing Data and Imputation, Survey Methodology
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I have received numerous federal grants and contracts, including those from the National Center for Child Health and Human Development, the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Institute on Aging, the National Institute of Justice, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Two current grants from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and National Institute on Aging focus on the intergenerational transmission of violence within families and health outcomes in adults with trauma histories.


Todd I Herrenkohl

Professor

School of Social Work

Before joining the faculty at the University of Michigan in 2018 as Professor and Marion Elizabeth Blue Chair of Children and Families, I was Co-Director of the 3DL Partnership at the University of Washington, where I collaborated with academic colleagues, students, and service providers throughout the state to conduct and translate research on social emotional learning (SEL) and trauma-informed practices. I am now pursuing a similar line of research in Michigan, where I am collaborating with state partners and to identify, develop, and refine new approaches to disseminate research for schools and early childhood settings engaged in SEL and trauma work. As a scholar, I am committed to increasing the visibility, application, and sustainability of evidence-based programs and practices relevant to these topics and have worked extensively in the U.S. and internationally to advance goals for prevention and the promotion of child well-being.