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    Katherine M. Keyes, PhD MPH
    Contact information
    Department of Epidemiology
    Columbia University
    722 West 168th Street
    New York, NY 10032
    Phone: (212) 305-6706
    Fax: (212) 305-9413
    Email: kmk2104@columbia.edu
    Department of Clinical Phenomenology
    New York State Psychiatric Institute
    1051 Riverside Drive #123
    New York, NY 10032
    Phone: (212) 543-5002
    Fax: (212) 543-5913
    Education
    University of Minnesota
    September 1998 – December 2001
    Bachelor of Science, with Honors
    Minneapolis, MN
    Business Administration
    University of Minnesota
    September 1998 – December 2001
    Bachelor of Arts, with Honors
    Minneapolis, MN
    Theatre Arts and Dance
    Columbia University
    September 2004 – May 2006
    Master of Public Health
    New York, NY
    Epidemiology
    Columbia University
    September 2006 – June 2010
    Doctor of Philosophy
    New York, NY
    Epidemiology
    Dissertation title: "Ecologic-level disapproval and the prevalence of substance use: a multi-level age-period-cohort analysis of high-school attending adolescents in the United States."
    Defended with academic distinction June 2nd, 2010
    Post-Doctoral Training
    Columbia University
    June 2010 – Present
    Columbia University Epidemiology Merit
    Fellow in Psychiatry and Social Epidemiology
    New York, NY
    Professional Oranizations and Societies
    American Psychopathological Association (2006-present)
    Research Society on Alcoholism (2006-present)
    Society for Epidemiologic Research (2007-present)
    American Psychological Association, Division 50 (2009-present)
    American Public Health Association (2009-present)
    Selected Honors and Awards
    Student Merit Travel Award, Research Society on Alcoholism, 2006
    Women & Gender Junior Investigator Award, College on Problems of Drug Dependence, 2006
    Finalist, Gordis Award for outstanding student research, Research Society on Alcoholism, 2007
    Student Merit Travel Award, Research Society on Alcoholism, 2007
    Lilienfeld Prize for Student Research, Society for Epidemiologic Research, 2008
    Gordis Award for outstanding student research, Research Society on Alcoholism, 2008
    Student Merit Travel Award, Research Society on Alcoholism, 2008
    National Institute of Drug Abuse Travel Award, American Psychological Association, 2009
    First place, Division 50 Student Poster Competition, American Psychological Association, 2009
    Student award, Epidemiology Section, American Public Health Association, 2009
    Student Merit Travel Award, Research Society on Alcoholism, 2009
    William Farr Award in Epidemiology, Columbia University, 2010
    Grant Support
    Present
    “Period and cohort effects in adolescent substance use: testing the effects of the social environment in a time series of U.S. adolescents from 1976-2008" (PI: Keyes)
    Role on project: Principal Investigator
    Dates of funding: December 2010 – June 2011
    Funder: Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholars Program at Columbia University
    Direct costs: $10,000.00
    Past
    “Age-period-cohort effects on substance use in adolescence, 1976-2006" (PI: Keyes)
    Role on project: Principal Investigator
    Dates of funding: June 2009 – October 2011 (electively terminated June 2010 due to early graduation)
    Funder: National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) F31 DA026689-01
    Description: Ruth L. Kirschtsein National Research Service Award (NRSA) provides support for tuition, living expenses, and research activities
    Psychiatric Epidemiology Training Program, Columbia University (PI: Link)
    Role on project: Trainee
    Funder: National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) T32 MH013043-36
    Description: Provides training in psychiatric epidemiology as well as support for tuition, living expenses, and research activities
    Teaching
    Role: Instructor
    EPIC 2011: Analysis of Complex Survey Data
    Role: Course Director
    EPID P6400: Principles of Epidemiology, 2010-2011
    Role: Assistant Course Director
    EPID P6400: Principles of Epidemiology, 2008-2009
    Role: Seminar leader
    EPID P6400: Principles of Epidemiology, 2006-2008
    Role: Teaching assistant
    EPID P8421: Introduction to Clinical Psychiatry for Public Health (Larry Amsel, Professor), 2006
    EPID P8471: Social Epidemiology (Lisa Bates, Professor), 2008
    EPID P8419: Reading Seminar in Psychiatric Epidemiology (Bruce Link, Professor), 2009
    EPID P8470: Epidemiology of Alcohol and Drug Problems (Deborah Hasin, Professor), 2010
    Role: Guest lecturer
    EPID P9419: Master’s Essay in Epidemiology (Renee Goodwin, Professor), 2008-2010
    EPID P8416: Selected Problems in Measurement (Lawrence Yang, Professor), 2010
    EPID P8471: Social Epidemiology (Lisa Bates, Professor), 2010
    EPID P8419: Reading Seminar in Psychiatric Epidemiology (Bruce Link, Professor), 2009-2010
    Other professional activities
    Journal Editing
    BMC Psychiatry, Associate Editor, 2011 to present
    Journal review
    Addiction; Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research; American Journal of Public Health; British Journal of Psychiatry; Drug and Alcohol Dependence; Epidemiology; International Journal of Epidemiology; Journal of Psychiatric Research; Journal of Studies on Alcohol; PLoS One; Psychological Medicine; Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology; Social Science and Medicine; Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy
    Abstract review
    Society for Epidemiologic Research
    Publications
    Peer-reviewed journal publications
    1. Hasin DS, Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes KM, Ogburn E. 2006. Substance use disorders: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fourth edition (DSM-IV) and International Classification of Diseases, tenth edition (ICD-10). Addiction, (101 Suppl 1): 59-75. PMID: 16930162 {1.pdf}
    2. Hasin DS, Keyes KM, Hatzenbuehler M, Aharonovich E, Alderson D. 2007. Alcohol Consumption and Posttraumatic Stress After Exposure to Terrorism: Effects of Proximity, Loss, and Psychiatric History. American Journal of Public Health, 97(12):2268-75. PMID: 17971553 {2.pdf}
    3. Goodwin RD, Keyes KM, Simuro N. 2007. Mental Disorders and Nicotine Dependence Among Pregnant Women in the United States. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 109(4):875-83. PMID: 17400849 {3.pdf}
    4. Goodwin RD, Zvolensky, MJ, Keyes KM. 2008. Nicotine dependence and mental disorders among adults in the USA: Evaluating the role of mode of administration. Psychological Medicine, 43(3):1471-1477. PMID: 18366824 {4.pdf}
    5. Keyes KM, Hatzenbuehler ML, Alberti PM, Narrow WE, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2008. Service utilization differences for axis I psychiatric and substance use disorders between white and black adults. Psychiatric Services, 59(8):893-901. PMID: 18678687 {5.pdf}
    6. Beseler C, Aharonvich E, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2008. Adult transition from at-risk drinking to alcohol dependence: The relationship of family history and drinking motives. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 32(4):607-16. PMID: 18341650 {6.pdf}
    7. Heiman G, Ogburn E, Gorroochurn P, Keyes KM, Hasin D. 2008. Evidence for a two-stage model of dependence using the NESARC and its implications for genetic association studies. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 92(1-3), 258-266. PMID: 17933473 {7.pdf}
    8. Keyes KM, Martins SS, Hasin DS. 2008. Past 12-month and lifetime comorbidity and poly-drug use of ecstasy users among young adults in the United States: Results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 97(1-2): 139-149. PMID: 18524499 {8.pdf}
    9. Vesga-Lopez O, Blanco C, Keyes KM, Olfson M, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2008. Psychiatric disorders in pregnant and postpartum women in the United States. Archives of General Psychiatry, 65(7):805-15. PMID: 18606953 {9.pdf}
    10. Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes KM, Narrow WE, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2008. Racial/Ethnic disparities in service utilization for mental health and substance disorders: comorbid individuals in the general population. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 69(7):1112-1121. PMID: 18517286 {10.pdf}
    11. Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2008. Socio-economic status and problem alcohol use: the positive relationship between income and the DSM-IV alcohol abuse diagnosis. Addiction, 103(7):1120-30. PMID: 18494841 {11.pdf}
    12. Thompson R, Lizardi D, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2008. Childhood or Adolescent Parental Divorce/Separation, Parental History of Alcohol Problems, and Offspring Lifetime Alcohol Dependence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 98(3):264-269. PMID: 18757141 {12.pdf}
    13. Keyes KM, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2008. Evidence for a closing gender gap in alcohol use, abuse, and dependence in the United States population. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 93(1-2): 21-29. PMID: 17980512 {13.pdf}
    14. Hasin D, Keyes KM, Alderson D, Wang S, Aharonovich E, Grant B. 2008. Cannabis withdrawal in the United States: Results from the NESARC. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 69(9);1354-63. PMID: 19012815 {14.pdf}
    15. Goodwin R, Davidson KW, Keyes KM. 2009. Mental disorders and cardiovascular disease among adults in the United States. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 43(3): 239-246. PMID: 18614179 {15.pdf}
    16. Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2009. Associations between perceived weight discrimination and the prevalence of psychiatric disorders in the general population. Obesity, 17(11):2033-2039. PMID: 19390520 {16.pdf}
    17. Goodwin, RD, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2009. Changes in cigarette use and nicotine dependence in the United States: Evidence From the 2001-2002 Wave of the National Epidemiologic Survey of Alcoholism and Related Conditions. American Journal of Public Health, 99(8):1471-1477. PMID: 19008515 {17.pdf}
    18. Pilowsky D, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2009. Adverse Childhood Events and Adult Alcohol Dependence. American Journal of Public Health, 99(2):258-263. PMID: 19059847 {18.pdf}
    19. Goodwin RD, Keyes KM, Stein MB, Talley NJ. 2009. Peptic ulcer and mental disorders among adults in the community: The role of nicotine and alcohol use disorders. Psychosomatic Medicine, 71(4)463-468. PMID: 19443694 {19.pdf}
    20. Martins SS, Keyes KM, Storr CL, Zhu H, Chilcoat, HD. 2009. Pathways between nonmedical opioid use/dependence and psychiatric disorders: results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 103(1-2):16-24. PMID: 19414225 {20.pdf}
    21. Keyes KM, Geier T, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2009. Influence of a drinking quantity and frequency measure on the prevalence and demographic correlates of DSM-IV alcohol dependence. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 33(5):761-771. PMID: 19298332 {21.pdf}
    22. Lizardi D, Thompson R, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2009. Parental divorce, parental depression, and gender differences in adult offspring suicide attempt. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 197(12):899-904. PMID: 20010025 {22.pdf}
    23. Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2009. State-level policies and psychiatric morbidity in lesbian, gay, and bisexual populations. American Journal of Public Health, 99(12):2275-2281. PMID: 19833997 {23.pdf}
    24. Hatzenbuehler ML, McLaughlin K, Keyes KM. The impact of discriminatory laws on psychopathology in lesbian, gay, and bisexual populations: A prospective study. 2010. American Journal of Public Health, 100(3):452-459. PMID: 20075314 {24.pdf}
    25. Baca-Garcia E, Perez-Rodriguez M, Keyes KM, Oquendo MA, Hasin DS, Grant BF, Blanco C. 2010. Suicidal ideation and suicide attempts in the United States: 1991-1992 and 2001-2002. Molecular Psychiatry, 15(3):250-259. PMID: 18779820 {25.pdf}
    26. Keyes KM, Utz R, Robinson W, Li G. 2010. What is a cohort effect? Comparison of three statistical methods to model cohort effects in obesity prevalence in the United States, 1971-2006. Social Science and Medicine, 70:1100-1108. PMID: 20122771 {26.pdf}
    27. McLaughlin K, Hatzenbuehler M, Keyes KM. 2010. Responses to Discrimination and Psychiatric Disorders Among Black, Hispanic, Female, and Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Individuals. American Journal of Public Health, 100(8):1477-1484. PMID: 20558791 {27.pdf}
    28. Martins SS, Keyes KM, Storr CL, Zhu H, Grucza, RA. 2010. Birth cohort trends in lifetime and past-year nonmedical opioid use and past-year nonmedial opioid disorders: results from two national surveys. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 71(4)480-487. PMID: 20553656 {28.pdf}
    29. Shmulewitz D, Keyes KM, Beseler C, Aharonovich E, Aivadyan C, Spivak B, Hasin DS. 2010. The dimensionality of alcohol use disorders: Results from Israel. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 111(1-2):146-154. PMID: 20537809 {29.pdf}
    30. Keyes KM, Martins SS, Blanco CB, Hasin DS. 2010. Telescoping and gender differences in alcohol dependence: new evidence from two national surveys. American Journal of Psychiatry, 167(8):969-976. PMID: 20439391 {30.pdf}
    31. Fenton M, Keyes KM, Martins S, Hasin DS. 2010. The role of a prescription in anxiety medication use, abuse, and dependence. American Journal of Psychiatry, 167(10):1247-1253. PMID: 20595413 {31.pdf}
    32. Keyes KM, Li G. 2010. A multi-phase method for estimating cohort effects in age-period contingency table data. Annals of Epidemiology, 20(10):779-785. PMID: 20627769 {32.pdf}
    33. Lizardi D, Thompson R, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2010. The role of depression in the differential effect of childhood parental divorces on male and female adult offspring suicide attempt risk. Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 198(9):687-690. PMID: 20823733. {33.pdf}
    34. Keyes KM, Hatzenbuehler ML, McLaughlin K, Link BG, Olfson M, Grant B, Hasin DS. 2010. Stigma and treatment for alcohol disorders in the United States. American Journal of Epidemiology, 172(12):1364-1372. PMID: 21044992 {34.pdf}
    35. Keyes KM, Krueger RF, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2011. Alcohol craving and the dimensionality of alcohol disorders. Psychological Medicine, 41(3):629-640. PMID: 20459881 {35.pdf}
    36. Keyes KM, Keyes MA, March D, Susser E. 2011. Levels of risk: maternal-, middle childhood-, and neighborhood-level predictors of adolescent disinhibitory behaviors from a longitudinal birth cohort in the United States. Mental Health and Substance Use, 4(1):22-37. PMID: 21483643.
    37. Eaton N, Krueger RF, Keyes KM, Skodol A, Markon K, Grant B, Hasin D. 2011. Borderline Personality Disorder Comorbidity: relationship to the internalizing-externalizing structure of common mental disorders. Psychological Medicine, 41(5):1041-1050. PMID: 20836905 {37.pdf}
    38. Baca-Garcia E, Perez-Rodriguez MM, Keyes KM, Oquendo MA, Hasin DS, Grant BF, Blanco C. 2011. Suicidal ideation and suicide attempts among Hispanic subgroups in the United States: 1991-1992 and 2001-2002. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 45(4):512-518. PMID: 20937507. {38.pdf}
    39. Skodol AE, Grilo CM, Keyes KM, Geier T, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2011. Relationship of Personality Disorders to the Course of Major Depressive Disorder in a Nationally Representative Sample. American Journal of Psychiatry, 168(3):257-264. PMID: 21245088. {39.pdf}
    40. Keyes KM, Barnes D, Bates L. 2011. Stress, coping, and depression: testing a new hypothesis in a prospectively studied general population sample of U.S. born Whites and Blacks. Social Science and Medicine, 72(5):650-659. PMID: 21227557. {40.pdf}
    41. Keyes KM, Martins S, Hatzenbuehler ML, Bates L, Blanco C, Hasin DS. 2011. Mental health service utilization for psychiatric disorders among Hispanics living in the United States: differences by ethnic subgroup and acculturation. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. Epub Feb 3. PMID: 21290097 {41.pdf} 41
    42. Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes KM, McLaughlin K. 2011. The protective effects of social/contextual factors on psychiatric morbidity in LGB population. International Journal of Epidemiology, EPub Feb 17, PMID: 21330343. {42.pdf}
    43. Goodwin RD, Lipsitz JD, Keyes KM, Galea S, Fyer AJ. 2011. Family history of alcohol use disorders among adults with panic disorder in the community. Journal of Psychiatric Research, EPub Feb 17. PMID: 21334007. {43.pdf}
    44. Keyes KM, Hatzenbuehler ML, Hasin DS. 2011. Stressful life experiences, alcohol consumption, and alcohol use disorders: the epidemiologic evidence for four main types of stressors. Psychopharmacology, EPub Mar 5. PMID: 21373787. {44.pdf}
    45. Keyes KM, Schulenberg JS, O'Malley PE, Johnston LD, Bachman JG, Li G, Hasin DS. 2011. The social norms of birth cohorts and adolescent marijuana use, 1976-2007. Addiction, EPub May 6. PMID: 21545669. {45.pdf}
    46. Schmulewitz D, Keyes KM, Wall MM, Aharonovich E, Aivadyan C, Greenstein E, Spivak B, Weizman A, Frisch A, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2011. Nicotine dependence, abuse, and craving: dimensionality in an Israeli sample. Addiction, EPub May 6. PMID: 21545668. {46.pdf}
    IN PRESS
    47. Hatzenbueher ML, Wieringa NF, Keyes KM. Community-level determinants of tobacco use disparities in LGB youth: Results from a population-based study. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, in press.
    48. Keyes KM, Li G, Hasin DS. Birth cohort effects and gender differences in alcohol epidemiology: a review and synthesis. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, in press.
    49. Eaton, NR, Keyes KM, Krueger, RF, Balsis S, Skodol AE, Markon KE, Grant BF, Hasin DS. An Invariant Dimensional Liability Model of Gender Differences in Mental Disorder Prevalence: Evidence from a National Sample. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, in press.
    50. Hasin DS, Fenton M, Skodal A, Krueger R, Keyes KM, Blanco C, Johnson J, Geier T, Grant B. Persistence of alcohol dependence in a prospective general population study: the influence of Axis I and II disorders, and other characteristics. Archives of General Psychiatry, in press.
    51. Lee SY, Keyes KM, Lee H, Martins S. Prevalence of Mental Health Service Utilizations among Asian with DSM-IV Mental Disorders in the United States. Psychiatric Services, in press.
    52. Hankerson SH, Fenton MC, Geier TJ, Keyes KM, Weissman MM, Hasin DS. Racial Differences in Symptoms, Comorbidity, and Treatment for Major Depressive Disorder among Black and White Adults. Journal of the National Medical Association, in press.
    53. Cerda M, Wall M, Keyes KM, Galea S, Hasin DS. Medical marijuana laws in 50 states: investigating the impact of state legalization of medical marijuana and marijuana use, abuse and dependence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, in press.
    54. Wall M, Poh E, Cerda M, Keyes KM, Galea S, Hasin DS. Adolescent marijuana use from 2002-2008 was higher in states with medical marijuana laws. American Journal of Public Health, in press.
    55. Keyes KM, Eaton N, Krueger RF, McLaughlin K, Wall M, Grant BF, Hasin DS. Childhood adversities and the structure of common psychiatric disorders. British Journal of Psychiatry, in press.
    SUBMITTED FOR PEER REVIEW
    1. Eaton N, Krueger RF, Markon K, Keyes KM, Skodol AE, Wall M, Hasin DS, Grant BF. The Structure, Continuity, and Predictive Validity of the Internalizing Disorders.
    2. Keyes KM, Brown S, Morrison DS. A novel perspective on birth cohort effects on female breast cancer incidence: results from a national registry of 53,374 cancers diagnosed between 1975 and 2005.
    4. Keyes KM, McLaughlin K, Koenen KC, Goldmann E, Uddin M, Galea S. Child maltreatment increases sensitivity to adverse social contexts: Neighborhood disorganization and incident binge drinking in Detroit.
    5. Keyes KM, Susser E, Chestlack-Postava K, Fountain C, Liu K, Bearman P. Cohort effects explain the increase in autism diagnosis among children born from 1992 to 2003 in California.
    6. Keyes KM, Liu XC, Cerda M. The role of race/ethnicity in alcohol-attributable injury in the U.S.
    7. McLaughlin K, Nandi A, Keyes KM, Uddin M, Aiello AE, Galea S, Koenen KC. Home foreclosure and risk of psychiatric morbidity during the recent financial crisis.
    8. Smith ME, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. Perceived Racial Discrimination and Substance Use Disorders: The Impacts of Ethnic Identity and Language and Social Preferences in U.S. Blacks and Hispanics/Latinos.
    Books
    1. Shrout PE, Keyes KM, Ornstein K, eds. 2010. Causality and Psychopathology. Oxford University Press.
    Letters to the Editor
    1. Bates L, Barnes D, Keyes KM. (2011). Re: Reconsidering the role of social disadvantage in physical and mental health: stressful life events, health behaviors, race, and depression. American Journal of Epidemiology. PMID: 21540321.
    Book Chapters and Short Articles
    1. Hasin D, Keyes KM, Ogburn E, Hatzenbuehler M. 2007. “Vulnerability to Alcohol and Drug Use Disorders.” In M. Tsuang (Ed.), Toward Prevention and Early Intervention of Major Mental and Substance Abuse Disorders. American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
    2. Keyes KM, Hasin DS. Epidemiology of Alcohol Disorders. 2008. In Korsmeyer P & Kranzler H (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol & Addictive Behavior, 3rd edition. Gale Cengage Publishers.
    3. Keyes KM, Hasin DS. Causes of alcohol and drug disorders: gender. 2008. In Korsmeyer P & Kranzler H (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol & Addictive Behavior, 3rd edition. Gale Cengage Publishers.
    4. Keyes KM, Hasin DS. Gender and complications of substance disorders. 2008. In Korsmeyer P & Kranzler H (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol & Addictive Behavior, 3rd edition. Gale Cengage Publishers.
    5. Keyes KM, Hasin DS. Epidemiology and Management of Alcohol Misuse Comorbid with Other Disorders. In J. Saunders & J. Rey (Eds.), Young People and Alcohol: Impact, Policy, Prevention, Treatment. Wiley-Blackwell, publishers.
    6. Pilowsky D, Keyes KM. Women and depression. In R. Senie (Ed.), Epidemiology of Women’s Health. Jones & Bartlett, Publishers.
    7. Hasin DS, Keyes KM. Epidemiology. In B. Johnson (Ed.), Addiction Medicine: Science and Practice.
    8. Keyes KM, Li G. Age-period-cohort analysis in injury epidemiology. In G. Li & S. Baker (Eds.), Injury Research: Theories, Methods, and Approaches.
    Presentations and Invited Lectures (selected)
    1. Cannabis withdrawal in 2,613 lifetime heavy cannabis users. Symposium presentation, Novel Phenotype Development for Genetics Studies of Substance Abuse Disorders. September 2005, New York, NY.
    2. Gender differences in the risk for alcohol abuse and dependence: the effect of birth cohort. Symposium presentation, Psychiatric Epidemiology Faculty/Fellow Training Seminar. December 2005, New York, NY.
    3. Birth cohort effects on gender differences in the risk for alcohol and drug dependence. Symposium presentation, Research Society on Alcoholism. June 2006, Baltimore, MD.
    4. Time in the causal landscape: age, period, and cohort effects in alcohol and drug epidemiology. Symposium presentation, Psychiatric Epidemiology Faculty/Fellow Training Seminar. May 2007, New York, NY.
    5. Economic capital and problem alcohol use: the positive relationship between income and the DSM-IV alcohol abuse diagnosis. Symposium presentation, Research Society on Alcoholism, July 2007, Chicago, IL.
    6. Disentangling age-period-cohort effects: problems and possibilities. Symposium presentation, American Psychopathological Association. March 2008, New York, NY.
    7. Methodological Issues in the Estimation of Age-Period-Cohort Effects. Symposium presentation. Psychiatric Epidemiology Faculty/Fellows Training Seminar. March 2008, New York, NY.
    8. Influence of a drinking quantity and frequency measure on the prevalence and demographic correlates of DSM-IV alcohol use disorders. Symposium presentation, Research Society on Alcoholism. June 2008, Washington, DC.
    9. A Comprehensive Approach to Age-Period-Cohort Analysis. Plenary session presentation, Society for Epidemiologic Research. June 2008, Chicago, IL.
    10. Age-Period-Cohort estimation throughout history: tracing the meaning of a ‘cohort effect’ Symposium presentation. Psychiatric Epidemiology Faculty/Fellows Training Seminar. February 2009, New York, NY.
    11. Challenging the paradigm of a “telescoping” phenomenon in gender differences for substance disorders: results of a cohort analysis in the U.S. population. Symposium presentation, International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology. April 2009, Vienna, Austria.
    12. Population-level disapproval and the prevalence of substance use: a multi-level age-period-cohort analysis of high-school attending adolescents in the United States, 1976-2008. Symposium presentation, Research Seminars in Epidemiology, October 2009, New York, NY.
    13. ‘Age Selection of Mortality from Tuberculosis’: a re-analysis of Frost on the 70th anniversary of publication. Symposium presentation, American Public Health Association, November 2009, Philadelphia, PA.
    14. The role of craving in future classifications of alcohol use disorders. Symposium presentation, Adverse Childhood Experiences, Personality Psychopathology, and Alcohol Disorders. December 2009, New York, NY.
    15. Time as a multi-level risk factor: the impact of time period- and birth cohort-specific social norms on adolescent marijuana use, 1976-2007. Symposium presentation, École Des Hautes Études En Santé Publique, January 2010, Paris, France.
    16. Time in the causal landscape: problems and possibilities in age-period-cohort research. Symposium presentation, Survey Research Center, February 2010, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
    17. Adverse childhood events and the structure of common psychiatric disorders. Symposium presentation, Adverse Childhood Experiences, Personality Psychopathology, and Alcohol Disorders. May 2010, New York, NY.
    18. A multi-level framework for understanding birth cohort effects: the impact of time period and birth cohort specific social norms on the prevalence of adolescent alcohol use in the United States from 1976 to 2007. Symposium presentation, Research Society on Alcoholism, June 2010, San Antonio, Texas.
    19. Novel Methods to Assess Societal-Level Causes of Alcohol Disorders Across Time and Place. Symposium chair, Research Society on Alcoholism, June 2010, San Antonio, Texas.
    20. Testing the 'Jackson hypothesis': are black/white differences in depression due to differential effects of stress and unhealthy behaviors? Symposium presentation, Psychiatric Epidemiology Faculty/Fellows Training Seminar. November 2010, New York, NY.
    21. The Epidemiology of Substance Use Disorders. Symposium presentation, Sexuality and HIV Seminar, HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Science. February 2011, New York, NY
    Abstracts Presented at National Conferences (selected)
    1. Keyes KM, Hasin DS. Birth cohort effects on gender differences in the risk for drug dependence. College on Problems of Drug Dependence. July 2006, Scottsdale, AZ.
    2. Ogburn E, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. Predictors and correlates of the hazardous use subtype of DSM-IV alcohol abuse: results from the national epidemiologic survey on alcohol and related conditions. Research Society on Alcoholism, June 2007, Chicago, IL.
    3. Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. Ethnic differences in treatment for mood and anxiety disorders among individuals with comorbid substance dependence: results from the national epidemiologic survey on alcohol and related conditions. Research Society on Alcoholism, June 2007, Chicago, IL.
    4. Hasin D, Keyes KM, Hatzenbuehler M, Aharonovich E, Alderson D. Effects of physical proximity, loss, and previously-assessed history on alcohol use and traumatic stress symptoms following terrorist attacks. Research Society on Alcoholism, June 2007, Chicago, IL.
    5. Keyes KM, Hasin DS. The epidemiology of ecstasy: comparing risk factors for amphetamine and ecstasy use in the general population. College on Problems of Drug Dependence. June 2007, Quebec City, Canada.
    6. Aharonovich E, Beseler C, Keyes KM, Hasin D. Adult transition from at-risk drinking to dependence: the relationship of family history and drinking motives. Research Society on Alcoholism, June 2007, Chicago, IL.
    7. McKay CM, Keyes KM, Link B, Hasin DS. Geographic and social patterning of disparate burden of comorbidity between mental and physical disorders: a ecological and multilevel analysis. Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA.
    8. Aharonovich E, Keyes KM, Liu X, Hasin DS. Progression from first use to dependence for five major substances. International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology, March 2009, Vienna, Austria.
    9. Aharonovich E, Rindress K, Geier T, Keyes KM, Johnston B, Aracena J, Martinez J, Hasin D. Unsafe drinking in HIV primary care patients: predictors and change over time. Research Society on Alcoholism, June 2009, San Diego, CA.
    10. Keyes KM, Schulenberg J, O’Malley P, Li G, Hasin DS. Societal-level disapproval of smoking as predictors of future individual-level use among high school seniors in the U.S. from 1976-2007. Society for Epidemiologic Research. June 2009, Anaheim, CA.
    11. Keyes KM, Schulenberg J, O’Malley P, Li G, Hasin DS. Societal-level disapproval of alcohol as a predictor of future individual-level alcohol use among high school seniors in the U.S. from 1976-2007. Research Society on Alcoholism. June 2009, San Diego, CA.
    12. Robinson WR, Keyes KM, Utz R. Secular trends in obesity prevalence: age, period or cohort effects? Society for Epidemiologic Research, June 2009, Anaheim, CA.
    13. Keyes KM, Martins S, Hasin DS. Challenging the paradigm of a “telescoping” phenomenon in gender differences for substance disorders: results of a cohort analysis in the U.S. population. American Psychological Association, August 2009, Toronto, Canada.
    14. Utz R, Keyes KM, Robinson WR. Comparison of three age-period-cohort models of obesity prevalence in the United States. American Public Health Association, November 2009, Philadelphia, PA.
    15. Martins SM, LaFlair LN, Fenton M, Keyes KM, Storr CL. Trends in prescription drug use disorders secondary to nommedical use in adolescence. College on Problems of Drug Dependence, June 2010, Scottsdale, AZ.
    16. Keyes KM, Hatzenbuehler ML, McLaughlin KA, Link BG, Olfson M, Grant BF, Hasin DS. Stigma and treatment for alcohol disorders in the United States. College on Problems of Drug Dependence, June 2010, Scottsdale, AZ.
    17. Cerda M, Wall M, Keyes KM, Hasin D. States with legalized medical marijuana have higher marijuana use and dependence: using the legalization of medical marijuana as a proxy measure of community norms. Population Association of America, March 2011, Washington DC.
    18. Martin C, Robinson W, Keyes KM. Cohort effects in obesity prevalence among recent birth cohorts in the United States: Modifications by nativity. Society for Epidemiologic Research, June 2011, Montreal, Canada.
    19. Robinson W, Keyes KM, Utz RL, Martin CL, Yang Y. Will obesity prevalence continue to increase in the U.S.? Examining birth cohort effects among recently born U.S. cohorts. Obesity Society, October 2011, Orlando, FL.

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    Description: Provides training in psychiatric epidemiology as well as support for tuition, living expenses, and research activities
    Teaching
    Role: Instructor
    EPIC 2011: Analysis of Complex Survey Data

    Role: Course Director
    EPID P6400: Principles of Epidemiology, 2010-2011
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    53. Cerda M, Wall M, Keyes KM, Galea S, Hasin DS. Medical marijuana laws in 50 states: investigating the impact of state legalization of medical marijuana and marijuana use, abuse and dependence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, in press.
    54. Wall M, Poh E, Cerda M, Keyes KM, Galea S, Hasin DS. Adolescent marijuana use from 2002-2008 was higher in states with medical marijuana laws. American Journal of Public Health, in press.
    55. Keyes KM, Eaton N, Krueger RF, McLaughlin K, Wall M, Grant BF, Hasin DS. Childhood adversities and the structure of common psychiatric disorders. British Journal of Psychiatry, in press.
    SUBMITTED FOR PEER REVIEW
    1. Eaton N, Krueger RF, Markon K, Keyes KM, Skodol AE, Wall M, Hasin DS, Grant BF. The Structure, Continuity, and Predictive Validity of the Internalizing Disorders.
    2. Keyes KM, Brown S, Morrison DS. A novel perspective on birth cohort effects on female breast cancer incidence: results from a national registry of 53,374 cancers diagnosed between 1975 and 2005.
    3. Keyes KM, Eaton N, Krueger RF, McLaughlin K, Wall M, Grant BF, Hasin DS. Childhood adversities and the structure of common psychiatric disorders.
    4. Keyes KM, McLaughlin K, Koenen KC, Goldmann E, Uddin M, Galea S. Child maltreatment increases sensitivity to adverse social contexts: Neighborhood disorganization and incident binge drinking in Detroit.
    5. Keyes KM, Susser E, Chestlack-Postava K, Fountain C, Liu K, Bearman P. Cohort effects explain the increase in autism diagnosis among children born from 1992 to 2003 in California.
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    Peer-reviewed journal publications
    1. Hasin DS, Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes KM, Ogburn E. 2006. Substance use disorders: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fourth edition (DSM-IV) and International Classification of Diseases, tenth edition (ICD-10). Addiction, (101 Suppl 1): 59-75. PMID: 16930162 {1.pdf}
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    D. 2007. Alcohol Consumption and Posttraumatic Stress After Exposure to Terrorism: Effects of physical proximity, loss, and previously-assessed history on alcohol useProximity, Loss, and traumatic stress symptoms following terrorist attacks.Psychiatric History. American Journal
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    N. 2007. Cigarette useMental Disorders and mental disorders during pregnancy.Nicotine Dependence Among Pregnant Women in the United States. American Journal
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    in the United States.USA: Evaluating the
    5. Keyes KM, Hatzenbuehler ML, Alberti PM, Narrow WE, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2008. Service utilization differences for axis I psychiatric and substance use disorders between white and black adults. Psychiatric Services, 59(8):893-901. PMID: 18678687 {5.pdf}
    6. Beseler C, Aharonvich E, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2008. Adult transition from at-risk drinking to alcohol dependence: The relationship of family history and drinking motives. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 32(4):607-16. PMID: 18341650 {6.pdf}
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    15. Goodwin R, Davidson KW, Keyes KM. 2009. Mental disorders and cardiovascular disease among adults in the United States. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 43(3): 239-246. PMID: 18614179 {15.pdf}
    16. Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2009. Associations between perceived weight discrimination and the prevalence of psychiatric disorders in the general population. Obesity, 17(11):2033-2039. PMID: 19390520 {16.pdf}
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    the United States.States: Evidence From the 2001-2002 Wave of the National Epidemiologic Survey of Alcoholism and Related Conditions. American Journal
    18. Pilowsky D, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2009. Adverse Childhood Events and Adult Alcohol Dependence. American Journal of Public Health, 99(2):258-263. PMID: 19059847 {18.pdf}
    19. Goodwin RD, Keyes KM, Stein MB, Talley NJ. 2009. Peptic ulcer and mental disorders among adults in the community: The role of nicotine and alcohol use disorders. Psychosomatic Medicine, 71(4)463-468. PMID: 19443694 {19.pdf}
    20. Martins SS, Keyes KM, Storr CL, Zhu H, Chilcoat, HD. 2009. Pathways between nonmedical opioid use/dependence and psychiatric disorders: results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 103(1-2):16-24. PMID: 19414225 {20.pdf}
    21. Keyes KM, Geier T, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2009. Influence of a drinking quantity and frequency measure on the prevalence and demographic correlates of DSM-IV alcohol dependence. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 33(5):761-771. PMID: 19298332 {21.pdf}
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    in adult offsprintoffspring suicide attempt.
    23. Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2009. State-level policies and psychiatric morbidity in lesbian, gay, and bisexual populations. American Journal of Public Health, 99(12):2275-2281. PMID: 19833997 {23.pdf}
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    psychopathology in LGBlesbian, gay, and bisexual populations: A
    25. Baca-Garcia E, Perez-Rodriguez M, Keyes KM, Oquendo MA, Hasin DS, Grant BF, Blanco C. 2010. Suicidal ideation and suicide attempts in the United States: 1991-1992 and 2001-2002. Molecular Psychiatry, 15(3):250-259. PMID: 18779820 {25.pdf}
    26. Keyes KM, Utz R, Robinson W, Li G. 2010. What is a cohort effect? Comparison of three statistical methods to model cohort effects in obesity prevalence in the United States, 1971-2006. Social Science and Medicine, 70:1100-1108. PMID: 20122771 {26.pdf}
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    Psychiatric Disorders in the United States.Among Black, Hispanic, Female, and Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Individuals. American Journal
    28. Martins SS, Keyes KM, Storr CL, Zhu H, Grucza, RA. 2010. Birth cohort trends in lifetime and past-year nonmedical opioid use and past-year nonmedial opioid disorders: results from two national surveys. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 71(4)480-487. PMID: 20553656 {28.pdf}
    29. Shmulewitz D, Keyes KM, Beseler C, Aharonovich E, Aivadyan C, Spivak B, Hasin DS. 2010. The dimensionality of alcohol use disorders: Results from Israel. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 111(1-2):146-154. PMID: 20537809 {29.pdf}
    30. Keyes KM, Martins SS, Blanco CB, Hasin DS. 2010. Telescoping and gender differences in alcohol dependence: new evidence from two national surveys. American Journal of Psychiatry, 167(8):969-976. PMID: 20439391 {30.pdf}
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    DS. 2010. Use, abuse and dependence on anxiety medications: theThe role of a prescription.prescription in anxiety medication use, abuse, and dependence. American Journal
    32. Keyes KM, Li G. 2010. A multi-phase method for estimating cohort effects in age-period contingency table data. Annals of Epidemiology, 20(10):779-785. PMID: 20627769 {32.pdf}
    33. Lizardi D, Thompson R, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2010. The role of depression in the differential effect of childhood parental divorces on male and female adult offspring suicide attempt risk. Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 198(9):687-690. PMID: 20823733. {33.pdf}
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    41. Keyes KM, Martins S, Hatzenbuehler ML, Bates L, Blanco C, Hasin DS. 2011. Mental health service utilization for psychiatric disorders among Hispanics living in the United States: differences by ethnic subgroup and acculturation. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. Epub Feb 3. PMID: 21290097 {41.pdf} 41
    42. Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes KM, McLaughlin K. 2011. The protective effects of social/contextual factors on psychiatric morbidity in LGB population. International Journal of Epidemiology, EPub Feb 17, PMID: 21330343. {42.pdf}
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    AJ. 2011. AlcoholFamily history of alcohol use disorders in first-degree relatives ofamong adults with
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    Stressful life experiencesexperiences, alcohol consumption, and alcohol: Epidemiologic perspective.alcohol use disorders: the epidemiologic evidence for four main types of stressors. Psychopharmacology, EPub
    45. Keyes KM, Schulenberg JS, O'Malley PE, Johnston LD, Bachman JG, Li G, Hasin DS. 2011. The social norms of birth cohorts and adolescent marijuana use, 1976-2007. Addiction, EPub May 6. PMID: 21545669. {45.pdf}
    46. Schmulewitz D, Keyes KM, Wall MM, Aharonovich E, Aivadyan C, Greenstein E, Spivak B, Weizman A, Frisch A, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2011. Nicotine dependence, abuse, and craving: dimensionality in an Israeli sample. Addiction, EPub May 6. PMID: 21545668. {46.pdf}
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    of Epidemiology Department of Clinical Phenomenology
    Columbia University New York State Psychiatric Institute
    722 West 168th Street 1051 Riverside Drive #123
    New York, NY 10032 New York, NY
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    (212) 305-6706 Phone: (212) 543-5002
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    Department of Clinical Phenomenology
    New York State Psychiatric Institute
    1051 Riverside Drive #123
    New York, NY 10032
    Phone: (212) 543-5002
    Fax: (212) 543-5913

    Education
    University of Minnesota
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    35. Keyes KM, Krueger RF, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2011. Alcohol craving and the dimensionality of alcohol disorders. Psychological Medicine, 41(3):629-640. PMID: 20459881 {35.pdf}
    36. Keyes KM, Keyes MA, March D, Susser E. 2011. Levels of risk: maternal-, middle childhood-, and neighborhood-level predictors of adolescent disinhibitory behaviors from a longitudinal birth cohort in the United States. Mental Health and Substance Use, 4(1):22-37. PMID: 21483643.
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    38. Baca-Garcia E, Perez-Rodriguez MM, Keyes KM, Oquendo MA, Hasin DS, Grant BF, Blanco C. 2011. Suicidal ideation and suicide attempts among Hispanic subgroups in the United States: 1991-1992 and 2001-2002. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 45(4):512-518. PMID: 20937507. {38.pdf}
    39. Skodol AE, Grilo CM, Keyes KM, Geier T, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2011. Relationship of Personality Disorders to the Course of Major Depressive Disorder in a Nationally Representative Sample. American Journal of Psychiatry, 168(3):257-264. PMID: 21245088. {39.pdf}
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    21. Keyes KM, Geier T, Grant BF, Hasin DS. 2009. Influence of a drinking quantity and frequency measure on the prevalence and demographic correlates of DSM-IV alcohol dependence. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 33(5):761-771. PMID: 19298332 {21.pdf}
    22. Lizardi D, Thompson R, Keyes KM, Hasin DS. 2009. Parental divorce, parental depression, and gender differences in adult offsprint suicide attempt. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 197(12):899-904. PMID: 20010025 {22.pdf}
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    IN PRESS
    47. Hatzenbueher ML, Wieringa NF, Keyes KM. Community-level determinants of tobacco use disparities in LGB youth: Results from a population-based study. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, in press.
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