Roseanne Clark, PhD

Position title: Core Research Project Multiple Principal Investigator


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Roseanne Clark, PhD is the UWPRC Core Research Project Multiple Principal Investigator. and serves on the Administrative and Steering Committees of the UWPRC. She is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and Faculty Director of the UW Infant, Early Childhood, and Family Mental Health Capstone Certificate Program and the UW Postpartum Depression Treatment Research Program. Dr. Clark’s research focuses on improving maternal, infant and early childhood mental health outcomes and assessment and treatment of early parent-child relationships. Dr. Clark is an internationally recognized expert in postpartum depression, assessment of the quality of mother-infant relationships, and parent-infant psychotherapy. She conducts clinical and translational research with underserved populations and has developed and evaluated the effectiveness of preventative and early intervention approaches in urban, rural and tribal communities. As UWPRC Core Research Project Multiple Principal Investigator, Dr. Clark works with Dr. Jane Mahoney on activities related to the Core Research Project, providing her extensive expertise in this field.