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About Desiree Murray, Associate Director of Research, University of North Carolina

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Desiree W. Murray, PhD, is a prevention scientist and licensed clinical psychologist who researches self-regulation development and evaluates social-emotional interventions for students with disruptive behavior, including ADHD. Her interests include training teachers and mental health professionals in evidence-based interventions and implementation of programs in schools to support students’ self-regulation, including the Incredible Years. Dr. Murray has received funding for her work from the Institute for Educational Sciences (IES), the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH), and the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), and she has published extensively on treatments for ADHD. In addition to her research, Dr. Murray is a trainer for the Incredible Years Teacher Program. She offers annual workshops for group leaders and consults with local agencies implementing the program.

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