Michael J Kofler
February 02, 2016
University address: Clinical
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Psychology Department Building A0203
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4301
Phone: 850-645-0656; Fax: 850-644-7739
E-mail address: email@example.com
Web site: http://psy.fsu.edu/clc/
2010 PhD, University of Central Florida. Major: Clinical Psychology.
2010 Clinical Internship, Medical University of South Carolina / Charleston Consortium. Major: Clinical Psychology.
2006 MS, University of Central Florida. Major: Clinical Psychology.
2000 BS, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA. Major: Psychology. Cum Laude.
2013–present Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Florida).
2013–present Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Virginia).
2006 University of Central Florida, Graduate Teaching Certificate.
2014–present Assistant Professor, PSYCHOLOGY, Florida State University.
2012–2014 Assistant Professor, Human Services, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.
2011–2012 Clinic Director, Psychology, University of Central Florida.
2007–2012 Instructor, Psychology, University of Central Florida.
2009–2010 Pre-Doctoral Intern, Medical University of South Carolina / Ralph H. Johnson DVA Medical Center (Charleston Consortium).
2001–2003 Clinical Case Manager, Mental Health Care, Inc., Tampa FL.
1999–2001 Direct Care Staff, Tampa Bay Academy, Psychiatric Treatment Facility for Children and Adolescents.
1998–2000 Research Assistant, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA.
2014–2016 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Virginia, Curry School of Education.
Honors, Awards, and Prizes
FSU Center for Undergraduate Research & Academic Engagement's Undergraduate Research Mentor Award – Nominee (2015).
Jefferson Scholars Foundation: Model Classroom Official Selection (2014).
CHADD Young Scientist Research Award (2012).
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder Young Scientist Research Award (2012). ($5,000).
UCF Graduate Faculty Scholar 2011-2012, University of Central Florida (2011).
Psychology Internship Research Paper Competition, first place winner, Medical University of South Carolina (2010).
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Young Scientist Research Award, finalist, Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (2009).
Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society (2009).
Travel Award, American Psychological Association (2009).
Graduate Travel Fellowship 2007-2008 (2007).
Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society (2005).
Student Government Association Travel Fellowship 2003-2006, 2008 (2003).
Psi Chi National Psychology Honor Society (1999).
Advanced Placement Scholar (1996).
Dean's List 1996-1999, Tulane University (1996).
Florida Academic Scholar (1996).
International Baccalaureate Scholar (1996).
Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Psychological Association
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
Association for Psychological Science
International Society for Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
Loan Repayment Program, National Institute of Health (2012–2016).
Research Fellowship, National Institute of Mental Health Child Intervention, Prevention, and Services (2011).
Provost's Graduate Fellowship (2003–2004).
Research and Original Creative Work
Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Kofler, Michael J (PI). (May 2015–Aug 2015). FYAP: Evaluating the Feasibility of Central Executive Training for Children with ADHD. Funded by FSU CRC. Total award $20,000.
Carper, T. (PI), & Kofler, M. J. (Co-I). (Jan 2015–Jan 2018). Evaluating the Feasibility of RESCUE: An Adjunctive HAI-Based Intervention for Veterans with PTSD. Funded by DoD Applied Research and Advanced Technology Development Psychological Health Award. Total award $614,523.
Kofler, Michael J (PI), Lonigan, Christopher J (Co-I), & Schatschneider, Chris W (Co-I). (Aug 2014–Jul 2015). Evaluating the Feasibility of Central Executive Training for Children with ADHD. Funded by National Institutes of Health. (1R34MH102499). Total award $668,414.
Grissmer, et al., & Kofler, M. J. (Sep 2013–Aug 2016). Developmental Skills Linked to Math and Science Achievement. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $443,402.
Kofler, M. (2012–2014). Building Capabilities: Positive Youth Development for Children with ADHD. Funded by UVa Curry School Foundation (Sponsor: Galant Family). Total award $510,000.
Kofler, M. J. (2012, August–2016, August). A grant of National Institute of Health Loan Repayment Program (LRP) grant. Sponsored by National Institute of Health.
Refereed Journal Articles
1. Cox, S., Cox, D., Kofler, M., Moncrief, M., Johnson, R., Lambert, A., & Reeve, R. (in press). Driving simulator performance in novice drivers with autism spectrum disorder: The role of executive functions and basic motor skills. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders.
2. Kofler, M., Sarver, D.(p)1 Post Doc contributor.