Ben Glad, MA, MS

Position title: Graduate Project Assistant


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Ben Glad, MA, MS is the Project Assistant for the UWPRC Core Research Project. He is a doctoral student in school psychology within UW-Madison’s Department of Educational Psychology. Ben has considerable experience with assessment and intervention with children and has served as the senior research coordinator for several of Dr. Roseanne Clark’s grant-funded research programs, including community-based studies of postpartum depression preventive intervention and child development and innovations in early relational screening, assessment and supportive interventions in home visiting. His research interests include the nature and impact of parent-infant/early childhood relationships across child development and prevention and early intervention enhancement through multidisciplinary collaboration. As Project Assistant, Ben will help to oversee Core Research Project research activities, including maternal and infant assessment data collection, database management, coordination with study statistician, supervision of graduate students, and implementation fidelity.