Leanne K. Knobloch

Grant-Funded Projects 

Lincoln Hall

Long-Term Consequences of Mothers' and Fathers' Deployments (Currently Underway)  

The  goal of this project is to understand the long-term effects of a mother's deployment on military adolescents. The principal investigator is Dr. Shelley MacDermid Wadsworth (Purdue University). Other co-investigators are Dr. Dave Topp (Purdue University), Dr. Sharon Christ (Purdue University), Dr. Patricia Lester (UCLA), and Dr. Valerie Stander (Naval Health Research Center). The project is being funded by the U.S. Department of Defense.


Rising Up: Engaging Women Veterans in Mental Health Research on Military Sexual Trauma (Currently Underway)

This project is being funded by the Patient-Centered Research Institute (PCORI). The goal is to develop and implement a training curriculum to engage military sexual trauma survivors and practitioners in patient-centered research. The principal investigator is Dr. Robyn Gobin (Department of Kinesiology and Community Health, University of Illinois). Other co-investigators are Dr. Terry von Thaden (Illinois Fire Service Institute, University of Illinois) and Dr. Jeni Hunniecutt (Chez Veterans Center, University of Illinois).  

Reintegration Difficulty of Military Couples Following Deployment (Completed) 

This project was funded by the U.S Department of Defense Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs through the Military Operational Medicine Research Program (Award No. W81XWH-14-2-0131). The co-investigator was Dr. Lynne Knobloch-Fedders (Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, Marquette University). The goal of the project was to investigate how military couples can maintain satisfying relationships during the transition from deployment to reintegration.