Debra Robinson is experienced in clinical practice, research methodology and all aspects of project coordination. She is currently the Project Manager for Preventing Conduct Disorder Among Children in the Child Welfare System (National Institute for Child Health and Human Development- 1R01HD061454-01A1). This project requires her to coordinate the logistics of the study and actively participate in the all aspects of the intervention. Her work with this project capitalizes on her strong clinical skills and extensive experience working with populations in the child welfare system. Her primary substantive areas of expertise are children, youth and families, individual/group therapy, assessment development, conducting in person interviews, assisting with project design though the process of data collection and on-going training and supervision to other team members. Debra has a strong working knowledge of IRB requirements and has training in Human Studies Regulations and HIPPA protocols and procedures. Prior to joining CMHSR in 2007, Debra provided clinical services for children and adolescents at a local, non-profit child welfare agency and served as a research assistant for several NIH funded projects at Saint Louis University.