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Golda S. Ginsburg, PhD — Contributing Investigator

Golda S. Ginsburg, PhD, is a Professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.  Dr. Ginsburg has been developing and evaluating interventions for anxious youth for over 20 years.  Most recently, she is serving as the PI and leader of the coordinating center for Child/Adolescent Anxiety Multi-modal Extended Long-term Study (CAMELS; R01 MH90043093), the multi-site follow up study of anxious youth from CAMS.  She is also completing an R01 on the prevention of anxiety disorders in the offspring of anxious parents and has started a K24 project examining biomarkers of pediatric anxiety.  Dr. Ginsburg also developed a school-based treatment for anxiety (R34 MH90027497; Ginsburg et al., 2012; Ginsburg & Drake, 2002) and is the PI of a large efficacy trial of a modular school-based intervention for anxious youth funded by IES.  She has been the PI or Co-PI on over 10 federally and/or privately funded clinical trials, including the large NIMH-funded landmark multi-site clinical trials for depression (Treatment of Adolescent Depression Study; TADS), anxiety (Child/Adolescent Anxiety Multi-modal Study; CAMS) and Tourette’s (Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics; CBIT).  She is the lead investigator of the PRC2 study, which focuses on a “common treatment elements” intervention for children with anxiety problems.


Contact Information:
Golda S. Ginsburg, PhD
Professor, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
550 North Broadway Street, Suite 202
Baltimore, MD 21205
Tel: 410-955-1544
Fax: 443-287-4346