William D. Frey, PhD, is a Senior Advisor for Social Policy and Economics Research. He is a senior executive with 40+ years of experience managing research contracts for a number of federal agencies.
Frey’s particular expertise concerns nationally significant studies that affect the lives of people with disabilities. He has directed projects that measure disability, evaluate programs for underserved and low-income populations, and survey disability in communities, health care settings, and schools. Frey directs the Supported Employment Demonstration (SED) Project for the Social Security Administration. The SED provides integrated mental health and vocational services to people with mental illness who were recently denied Social Security disability benefits. Frey frequently participates on panels and committees addressing disability-related issues.
- PhD, Special Education and Educational Psychology, Michigan State University
- MS, Behavioral Sciences, California State University, Fullerton
- BS, Biology, University of California, Irvine
Journal ArticleAssociations between biomarkers of nicotine/tobacco exposure and respiratory symptoms among adults who exclusively smoke cigarettes in the U.S.: Findings from the PATH Study Waves 1–4 (2013–2017)
Addictive Behaviors Reports
K.C. Edwards, J.E. Ozga, C. Reyes-Guzman, D. Smith, D. Hatsukami, J.L. Hart, A. Jackson, M. Goniewicz, C.A. Stanton
Journal ArticleValidation of the Wave 1 and Wave 2 Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study indicators of tobacco dependence using biomarkers of nicotine exposure across tobacco products
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
D.R. Strong, E. Leas, M. Noble, M. White, A. Glasser, Kristie Taylor, K.C. Edwards, K.C. Frissell, W.M. Compton, K.P. Conway, E. Lambert, H.L. Kimmel, M.L. Silveira, L.C. Hull, D. van Bemmel, M.J. Schroeder, K.M. Cummings, A. Hyland, J. Feng, B. Blount, L. Wang, R.SOURCE
Journal ArticleHelping people denied disability benefits for a mental health impairment: The Supported Employment Demonstration
J. Riley, Robert Drake, William D. Frey, H.H. Goldman, D.R. Becker, D. Salkever, J. Marrow, Christine Borger, Jeffrey A. Taylor, G.R. Bond, Mustafa C. KarakusSOURCE