Abram Rosenblatt, PhD, is a Vice President for Behavioral Health and Health Policy and specializes in child welfare, justice, and behavioral health issues. He brings more than 2 decades of experience as faculty in an academic medical center directing a program of child and adolescent services research. Rosenblatt conducts local-, state-, and national-level evaluations focused on children, adolescents, and young adults, many of whom are often involved with multiple human service delivery systems.
Rosenblatt regularly publishes in his areas of expertise, including evaluation methodology; outcomes measurement; evidence-based practices; child, adolescent, and young adult behavioral health services; and behavioral health policy research.
- PhD, Clinical Psychology (with a minor in Law, Psychology, and Public Policy), University of Arizona
- MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Arizona
- BA, Psychology, University of California, San Diego
PerspectiveEPINET Draws Global Interest in Early Psychosis Intervention
International interest is growing in EPINET—the Early Psychosis Intervention Network—established by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) (part of the National Institutes of Health…
Cycles of reform in the history of psychosis treatment in the United States
SSM - Mental Health
P. George, N. Jones, H. Goldman, Abram RosenblattDOILink for: Cycles of reform in the history of psychosis treatment in the United States
Multi-ancestry genome-wide association analyses improve resolution of genes and pathways influencing lung function and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease risk
N. Shrine, A.G. Izquierdo, J. Chen, R. Packer, R.J. Hall, A.L. Guyatt, C. Batini, et al.DOILink for: Multi-ancestry genome-wide association analyses improve resolution of genes and pathways influencing lung function and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease risk