Mark Reger, PhD

Personal Statement

​My research focuses on Veteran and military suicide prevention. I am interested in risk and protective factors that are unique to the military community. My work focuses on systematic clinical and public health approaches to reducing suicide behaviors. I am also interested in the ways technology can facilitate access to mental health care and improve the quality of care. My work has included traditional telehealth approaches, smartphone capabilities, and evolving innovative technologies.

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

Association of Suicide Risk With Transition to Civilian Life Among US Military Service Members.
(2020 Sep 1)
JAMA Netw Open 3(9): e2016261
Ravindran C, Morley SW, Stephens BM, Stanley IH, Reger MA

COVID-19, Mental Health, and Suicide Risk Among Health Care Workers: Looking Beyond the Crisis.
(2020 Aug 4)
J Clin Psychiatry 81(5):
Reger MA, Piccirillo ML, Buchman-Schmitt JM

An examination of suicidal behaviour among veterans receiving mental-health appointments in person versus clinical video telehealth.
(2020 Jul 21)
J Telemed Telecare
Rojas SM, Piccirillo ML, McCann RA, Reger MA, Felker B

Suicide Mortality and Coronavirus Disease 2019-A Perfect Storm?
(2020 Apr 10)
JAMA Psychiatry
Reger MA, Stanley IH, Joiner TE

Participant Reactions to Suicide-Focused Research.
(2020 Sep)
Crisis 41(5): 367-374
Carter SP, Ammerman BA, Gebhardt HM, Buchholz J, Reger MA

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