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Michelle G. Craske
Professor of Psychology, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Biography

Michelle G. Craske, Ph.D. is Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, Miller Family Endowed Term Chair, Director of the Anxiety and Depression Research Center, and Associate Director of the Staglin Family Music Center for Behavioral and Brain Health, at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is also co-Director of the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge. She has published extensively in the area of fear, anxiety and depression and has been the recipient of extramural funding since 1993 for research pertaining to cognitive, behavioral, psychophysiological and neural risk factors for anxiety and depression that have informed novel treatments; innovative approaches to optimizing therapies such as virtual reality; and implementing scalable treatment models to underserved populations.  As part of the Depression Grand Challenge, she developed the STAND program for screening, tracking and treating anxiety and depression in college students.

Michelle G. Craske
Professor of Psychology, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Biography

Michelle G. Craske, Ph.D. is Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, Miller Family Endowed Term Chair, Director of the Anxiety and Depression Research Center, and Associate Director of the Staglin Family Music Center for Behavioral and Brain Health, at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is also co-Director of the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge. She has published extensively in the area of fear, anxiety and depression and has been the recipient of extramural funding since 1993 for research pertaining to cognitive, behavioral, psychophysiological and neural risk factors for anxiety and depression that have informed novel treatments; innovative approaches to optimizing therapies such as virtual reality; and implementing scalable treatment models to underserved populations.  As part of the Depression Grand Challenge, she developed the STAND program for screening, tracking and treating anxiety and depression in college students.