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Bordnick 1 Curriculum Vitae Patrick S. Bordnick, MPH, MSW, Ph.D., LCSW Education: Year Degree Institution/Location 1987 A.G.S. Schoolcraft College Livonia, Michigan 1989 B.S. Madonna
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Bordnick 1 Curriculum Vitae Patrick S. Bordnick, MPH, MSW, Ph.D., LCSW Education: Year Degree Institution/Location 1987 A.G.S. Schoolcraft College Livonia, Michigan 1989 B.S. Madonna University Livonia, Michigan 1990 M.S.W. University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan 1995 Ph.D. University of Georgia Athens, Georgia 2002 M.P.H. University of South Florida Tampa, Florida Employment: Year Position Institution/Location 2007 present Associate Professor University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work Adjunct Professor University of Georgia College of Public Health Associate Professor University of Georgia School of Social Work Assistant Professor University of Georgia School of Social Work Chief Analyst Performance Measurement and Evaluation System (PERMES) State of Georgia Division of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Instructor in Psychiatry University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Department of Psychiatry, Division of Bordnick 2 Substance Abuse Research Fellow University of Texas Houston Clinical Laboratory and Experimental Alcohol Research Center (CLEAR) Research Fellow University of Texas Houston Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences 1993 Research Doctoral Internship Medical College of Georgia, VA Medical Center Department of Psychiatry 1991 Clinical Social Worker University of Michigan Medical Center Department of Psychiatry, Eating Disorders and Depression Teaching: Year Institution Course Title Faculty 2000 present University of Georgia School of Social Work Post-Graduate/ Residency 1998 University of Texas Houston Medical School CLEAR 1997 University of Texas Houston Medical School CLEAR 1996 University of Texas Houston Medical School CLEAR Program Evaluation Foundation Research Evaluation of Family Centered Practice Substance Abuse Software for Research Virtual Reality Behavioral Therapy Clinical Field Internships SPSS Cocaine and Alcohol Dependence Psychiatric Assessment and Interviewing Clinical Trials Research Graduate 1995 University of Georgia Social Welfare Policy and Services Bordnick University of Georgia Assessment and Psychopathology: Adults and Aged 1993 University of Georgia Introduction to Evaluation and Research Certification and Licensure: Year State Title and Number 1999 present Georgia Licensed Clinical Social Worker (002731) Texas Advanced Clinical Practitioner (29357) Michigan Certified Social Worker (inactive) SPSS Training and Skills: Dates Course Location 6/07/00 6/10/00 SPSS Survey Research Using SPSS 5/18/00 5/19/00 SPSS Intermediate Topics /17/00 4/19/00 SPSS Advanced Statistical Analysis SPSS Institute, Atlanta SPSS Institute, Atlanta SPSS Institute, Atlanta 4/04/00 4/05/00 SPSS Syntax and Macros SPSS Institute, Atlanta Additional Computer Skills: Software Programs STATA Microsoft Word Adobe PageMaker EPI-STAT Microsoft Access Adobe PhotoShop EPI-INFO Microsoft Excel Adobe Premiere GraphPad Microsoft PowerPoint Adobe After Effects Endnote Microsoft Outlook Adobe Flash SPSS for Windows Corel Drawing Studio Methodologists Toolchest Macromedia Freehand Satellite Drawing Studio Visio Standard 5 Macromedia Extreme 3D Computer Systems Windows PC Macintosh Palm Pilot Bordnick 4 Other Skills Database design Desktop publishing Web design Database management Typesetting Honors and Awards: Canadian Chair in Cyber Psychology Research, New Investigator Award for Scientific Merit, National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1996 NIDA Director s Travel Award Recipient. Administrative Experience: U of H - Virtual Reality Clinical Research Center, University of Houston, Director, 2007 present. Develop and test virtual reality applications for use in mental health research and treatment. Virtual Reality Clinical Research Center, University of Georgia, Director, Develop and test virtual reality applications for use in mental health research and treatment. Specializing in substance abuse and behavioral applications. Web site: Staff: 1 project administrator, 2 graduate research assistants, 2 doctoral level research assistants. University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Department of Psychiatry, Division of Substance Abuse Develop and design clinical trials research studies at the UTHSCSA substance abuse clinic. Supervise data collection, data integrity, and conduct statistical analytic processes. Staff: 3 research assistants, 1 M.D. research fellow, 1 masters level therapist, 1 volunteer. University of Texas Houston, Clinical Laboratory and Experimental Alcohol Research Center (C.L.E.A.R.) Research Clinic Director, Manage clinical medication trials, human laboratory studies, and data collection/database management. Develop real-time computerized data collection programs. Staff: 5 research assistants, 2 research nurses, 4 M.D., 3 masters/doctoral level therapists. University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Substance Abuse Research Clinic Manage clinical data for medication trials, human laboratory studies, and data collection/database management. Conduct data cleaning for grant and funding renewals. Prepare manuscripts for presentations at conferences and publication. Develop real-time computerized data collection programs for palm top computers to collect subjective data. Staff: 5 research assistants, 1 research nurse, 2 M.D., 1 masters/doctoral level therapist. Bordnick 5 Clinical Service: Inpatient Medical College of Georgia, VA Medical Center Department of Psychiatry, Substance abuse University of Michigan Medical Center Department of Psychiatry, Eating disorders and depression programs Outpatient University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Treatment Research Clinic Director of psychosocial and behavioral interventions University of Texas Houston Clinical Laboratory and Experimental Alcohol Research Center (CLEAR) Clinic Director University of Michigan Medical Center Department of Psychiatry, Eating disorders and depression programs University of Michigan Medical Center Department of Psychiatry, Anxiety disorders program Journal Articles (* denotes peer-reviewed): *Bordnick, P. S., Copp, H. L., Traylor, A., Graap, K.G., Ferrer, M. Brooks, J. (in review). Assessing Reactivity to Virtual Reality Alcohol Based Cues Including Olfactory Stimuli. Addictive Behaviors. *Wimmer, J. Vonk, B. & Bordnick, P. S. (in press). A Preliminary Investigation of the Effectiveness of Attachment Therapy for Children with Reactive Attachment Disorder. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal *Copp, H. L., Bordnick, P. S., & Thyer, B. A. (in press). Evaluating wraparound services for seriously emotionally disturbed youth: Preliminary outcomes in Georgia. Adolescence. *Bordnick, P. S., Graap, K., Copp, H. L., Brooks, J., & Ferrer, M. (2005, October). Virtual reality cue reactivity assessment in cigarette smokers. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 8(5), *Bordnick, P.S., Traylor, A. C., Graap, K. M., Copp, H. L., & Brooks, J. (2005). Virtual reality cue reactivity assessment: A case study in a teen smoker. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 30(3), *Yarvis, J. Bordnick, P. S., Spivey, C. A., & Pedlar, D. (2005). Subthreshold PTSD: A comparison of alcohol, depression, and health problems in Canadian peacekeepers with different levels of traumatic stress. Stress, Trauma & Crisis: An International Journal, 8, Bordnick 6 *Bordnick, P. S., Graap, K. M., Copp, H., Brooks, J., Ferrer, M., & Logue, B. (2004). Utilization of virtual reality to standardize nicotine craving research: A pilot study. Addictive Behaviors, 29(9), *Bordnick, P. S., Waller, J. S., & King, M. K. (2004). Feasibility and implementation of a state-wide evaluation of substance abuse services. Research on Social Work Practice, 14, *Bordnick, P. S., Elkins, R. L., Orr, T. E., Walters, P., & Thyer, B. A. (2004). Evaluating the relative effectiveness of three aversion therapies designed to reduce craving among cocaine abusers. Behavioral Interventions, 19, *Yarvis, J., & Bordnick, P. (2003). Psychological intervention for military mental health responders after 911. The U.S. Army Medical Department Journal, *King, M., & Bordnick, P. S. (2002). Alcohol abuse and dependence: A social worker s guide to assessment. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 2, *Johnson, B. A., Roache, J., Javors, M., DiClemente, C., Cloninger, R., Prihoda, T., Bordnick, P., Ait-Daoud, N., & Hensler, J. (2000). Ondansetron reduces the drinking of biologically predisposed alcoholics: Implications for mechanistic processes at 5-HT3 receptors. Journal of the American Medical Association, 284, *Johnson, B. A., Cloninger, C. R., Roache, J. D., Bordnick, P. S., & Ruiz, P. (2000). Age of onset as a discriminator between alcoholic subtypes in a treatment seeking outpatient population. The American Journal on Addictions, 9, *Johnson, B. A., Ait-Daoud, N., & Bordnick, P. S. (1999). Effects of isradipine, a dihydropyridine-class calcium channel antagonist, on d-methamphetamine-induced reduction in hunger. Program Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry, 23, *Johnson, B. A., Roache, J. R., Bordnick, P. S., & Ait-Daoud, T. (1999). Isradipine, a dihydropyridine-class calcium channel antagonist, attenuates some of d- methamphetamine's positive subjective effects: A preliminary study. Psychopharmacology, 144, *Johnson, B. A., Wells, L., Chen, R., Kenny, P., Abramson, D., Dhother, S., Ratkos, L., & Bordnick, P. (1999). Effects of isradipine on intravenous cocaine-induced cardiovascular response: A pilot study. Human Psychopharmacology Clinical and Experimental Research, 14, *Bordnick, P. S., & Schmitz, J. M. (1998). Cocaine craving: An evaluation across treatment phases. Journal of Substance Abuse, 10, *Johnson, B., Overton, D., Wells, L., Kenny, P., Abramson, D., Dhother, S., Chen, R., & Bordnick, P. (1998). Effects of acute intravenous cocaine on cardiovascular function, human learning, and performance in cocaine addicts. Psychiatry Research, 77, *Crolley, J., Roys, D., Thyer, B. A., & Bordnick, P. (1998). Evaluating outpatient behavior therapy for sex offenders: A pretest-posttest study. Behavior Modification, 22, *Johnson, B., Chen, Y. R., Schmitz, J., Bordnick, P., & Shafer, A. (1997). Cue-reactivity in treatment-seeking cocaine patients: Effects of cue-type and cue-modality. Addictive Behaviors, 22, 1-9. *Schmitz, J. M., Bordnick, P. S., Kearney, M., Breckenridge, J., & Fuller, S. (1997). Treatment outcome of cocaine-alcohol dependent patients. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 47, *Capp, H., Thyer, B. A., & Bordnick, P. S. (1997). Evaluating improvement over the course of adult psychiatric hospitalization. Social Work in Health Care, 25, Bordnick 7 *Bordnick, P. S. (1997). Trichotillomania: A social worker s guide to practice. Research on Social Work Practice, 7, *Johnson, P. A., Thyer, B. A., Daniels, M., Anderson, R. A., & Bordnick, P. S. (1996). Is the school social work examination valid? Arete, 20, 1-5. *Himle, J. A., Bordnick, P. S., & Thyer, B. A. (1995). A comparison of trichotillomania and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 17, *Bordnick, P. S., Thyer, B. A., & Ritchie, B. W. (1994). Feather picking disorder and trichotillomania: An avian model of human psychopathology. Journal of Behaviour Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 25, *Wodarski, J. S., & Bordnick, P. S. (1994). Teaching adolescents about alcohol and driving: A two-year follow-up study. Research on Social Work Practice, 4, Abstracts (* denotes peer-reviewed): *Bordnick, P. S., Graap, K., Copp, H., Logue, B., Brooks, J., & Ferrer, M. (2004). Development and testing of a virtual reality cue reactivity environment for nicotine dependent cigarette smokers. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 7(3), *Bordnick, P. S., Shenberger, M. A., Hassan, F., Doherty, J., & Johnson, B. A. (1998). Age of onset and retention in alcohol treatment. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, (Suppl.), 22, 35A. *Johnson, B. A., Ratkos, L. M., Bordnick, P. S., Shenberger, M. A., Chen, Y. R., Doherty, J., & Hassan, F. (1998). Relationship of childhood problems and early onset alcoholism. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, (Suppl.), 22, 76A. *Johnson, B. A., Chen, Y. R., Roache, J. D., Swann, A. C., & Bordnick, P. S. (1998). Age of onset as a discriminator between subtypes of alcoholic. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research,(Suppl.), 22, 80A. *Bordnick, P. S., & Schmitz, J. M. (1997). Cocaine craving: An evaluation across treatment phases. NIDA Research Monograph, 174, 183. *Schmitz, J. M., Bordnick, P. S., Rhoades, H. M., & Oswald, L. M. (1997). Defining and predicting relapse following treatment of cocaine dependence. NIDA Research Monograph, 174, 279. *Day, S., Schmitz, J. M., Bordnick, P. S., Oswald, L. M., & Grabowski, J. (1997). Treatment outcome of alcohol-cocaine dependent patients. NIDA Research Monograph, 174, 311. *Schmitz, J. M., Bordnick, P. S., & Lee, T. (1996). Smoking cessation in women with heart disease risk: A preliminary comparison of two treatment models. Addiction, 92, 629. *Schmitz, J. M., Bordnick, P. S., & Lee, T. (1996). Quitting smoking with or without treatment: Preliminary findings. Addiction, 92, 630. *Schmitz, J. M., Bordnick, P. S., & Lee, T. (1996). The relationship of cigarette smoking to cocaine and alcohol outcome following inpatient/outpatient treatment. Addiction, 92, 630. Chapters in books (* denotes invited chapter): * Bordnick, P. S., Copp, H. L. & Thyer, B. A. (2006). Cocaine abuse. In B. A. Thyer & J. S. Wodarski (Eds.), Handbook of empirical social work practice, 2 nd edition\(pp ). New York: Wiley & Sons. Bordnick 8 *Bordnick, P.S., Graap, K. (2005). Virtual reality applications in addictions treatment and research. In Volume 9 - Advances in Virtual Environments Technology: Musings on Design, Evaluation, & Applications. Publisher LEA. *Vonk, B., Bordnick, P. S., & Graap, K. M. (2004). Cognitive-behavioral therapy with posttraumatic stress disorder: An evidence-based approach. In A. Roberts & K. Yaeger (Eds.), Evidence-based practice manual: Research and outcome measures in health and human services (pp ). New York: Oxford University Press. *Bordnick, P. S., Graap, K. M., & Vonk, B. (2004). Post-traumatic stress disorder and trauma assessment scales. In A. Roberts & K. Yaeger (Eds.), Evidence-based practice manual: Research and outcome measures in health and human services (pp ). New York: Oxford University Press. *Bordnick, P. S., Schmitz, J., & Bordnick, J. R. (1998). Cocaine abuse. In B. A. Thyer & J. S. Wodarski (Eds.), Handbook of empirical social work practice (pp ). New York: Wiley & Sons. *Bordnick, P. S., & Colosetti, S. (1997). Should social workers support eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMD/R) therapy? In B. A. Thyer (Ed.), Controversial issues in social work practice (pp ). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon. Book Reviews (* denotes invited review): *Bordnick, P. S., & Stock, A. L. (1997). Measuring health: A guide to rating scales and questionnaires (2nd ed.). Contemporary Psychology, 42. *Bordnick, P. S. (1997). Methodologists toolchest for Windows. Computers in Human Services, 14, *Bordnick, P. S., & Thyer, B. A. (1995). Anxiety disorders: A practitioner s guide. Journal of Behavioral Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 26, Works In Review/In Progress: Dingman, S., Bordnick, P. S., & Graap, K, et al. (in review). Using virtual reality based cues to acquire fmri craving data from nicotine addicted and non-addicted subjects. Nathan Kline Institute. Bordnick, P. S. &, Mott, J. A. The relationship of asthma and behavioral problems in children and adolescents. (in preparation). Bordnick, P. S., Mannino, D. & King, M. (in preparation). Evaluating the prevalence of psychopathology in adults with asthma. Other Articles: Bordnick, P. S., & Duffy, E. (2002). Training the urban search and rescue disaster dog: Utilization of operant techniques. American Animal Trainer, 3, Convention papers (* denotes invited paper): Bordnick, P. S., Bauman, S. & Graap, K. M. (2006, June). Virtual reality applications in addiction. Workshop presented at the 10 th Annual Cyber Therapy International Conference, Quebec, Canada. Bordnick 9 Traylor, A. C., Copp, H. L. & Bordnick, P. S. (March 2006). Stages of change and mood state in alcohol dependent drinkers exposed to VR alcohol cues. Paper presented at the the 6 th Annual Guse Symposium on Alcoholism. St. Louis, MO. *Bordnick, P. S. (2006, February). Virtual reality for use in substance abuse treatment and research. Keynote presented at the 26 th National Symposium for Psychiatric Practitioners. Athens, GA. Dingman, S, Branch, C, Mack, D, Tyler, S, Bordnick, P, and Grapp, K. (2005, November). Virtual environment and fmri data from nicotine craving. 35th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Washington, DC Graap, K., Bordnick, P. S., Brooks, J., Ferrer, M, & Brundage, S. (2005, June). The addition of scent to immersive VR environments in addiction and speech pathology research. Paper presented at the Annual Cyberpsychology Meeting, Basel, Switzerland. Bordnick, P. S. Graap, K., Copp, H. (2005, June). Virtual reality and addiction research: Updates, status, and lessons learned. Paper presented at Cyberpsychology meeting Basel, Switzerland. Bordnick, P. S., Graap, K. M., Copp, H., Brooks, J., & Ferrer, M. (2004, November). Virtual reality cue reactivity environment for nicotine dependent cigarette smokers. Paper presented at the 38 th Annual Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy convention, New Orleans, LA. Bordnick, P. S., Graap, K. M., Copp, H., Brooks, J., Ferrer, M., & Logue, B. (2004, May). Virtual reality cue-reactivity trial for nicotine dependence. Paper presented at the 157 th Annual conference of the American Psychiatric Association, New York, NY. Bordnick, P. S., Graap, K. M., Copp, H., Brooks, J., Ferrer, M., & Logue, B. (2004, January). Development and testing of a virtual reality cue reactivity environment for nicotine dependent cigarette smokers. Paper presented at the 5 th Annual Cyber Therapy Conference, San Diego, CA. Yarvis, J.S., Bordnick, P.S., Vonk, M.E. & Pedlar, D. (November, 2003). Canadian peacekeepers: Subthreshold of PTSD as predictor of alcohol abuse and depression. Paper presented at the 109th Annual Meeting of Association of Military Surgeons of the United States (AMSUS), Partnerships in preparedness, prevention and public health: Protecting the nation, San Antonio, TX. Bordnick, P. S., Graap, K. M., Brooks, J., Ferrer, M., & Logue, B. (2003, June). Virtual reality cue exposure for drug addiction: Smoking. Paper presented at the 15 th Convention of the American Psychological Society, Atlanta, GA. Bordnick, P. S., & Graap, K. M. (2003, June). Using virtual reality to teach clinical skills. Paper presented at the 15 th Convention of the American Psychological Society, Atlanta, GA. Yarvis, J., & Bordnick, P. (2002, November). Responding to those who respond: Intervention and research methods. Poster session presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Baltimore, MD. Yarvis, J., & Bordnick, P. (2002, January). Debriefing the debriefers: A national social work response: Terrorism and crisis intervention Integrating social work with computer technology. Paper presented at the Uniformed Services Social Work Conference, San Diego, CA. Bordnick, P. S., Duffy, E., Stock, A. S., & Jarvis, J. (2002, August). Using operant and respondent methods to train disaster search dogs. Paper presented at the 110 th Convention of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL. Bordnick 10 *Bordnick, P.S. (2002, June). Mental health effects of disasters & working in SAR on responders. Paper presented at the National Association of Search & Rescue Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC. *Bordnick, P. S. (2001, November). Mental health effects of disasters on responders. Paper presented at the 2 nd Annual Search and Rescue Symposium,
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