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Neil B. McGillicuddy, PhD

Neil B. McGillicuddy, PhD

Senior Research Scientist


Research Scientist, Family Medicine

Contact Information

1021 Main Street
Buffalo, NY  14203-1016
Phone: (716) 887-2504

Primary Research Areas

Parental interventions for families with an adolescent substance abuser; interventions for partners of addicted persons; adolescent drug and alcohol use; treatment for adolescent alcohol and drug abusers.

Barrick | McGillicuddy
This project proposes to develop a telephone-based, role-playing tool to assess the clinical skills practitioners learn in a variety of training settings.
Measured Steps vs. Delayed Treatment for High Risk Veterans in Primary Care (funded by the Office of Nursing Services, Veterans Administration). The purpose of this pilot study is to test the feasibility of MEASURED Steps, a manualized and innovative treatment, with veterans at risk for depression and alcohol abuse/dependence in primary care. The MEASURED Steps Group will be compared with a Delayed Treatment Group that will receive standard integrated primary care (in collaboration with Principal Investigator Deborah Finnell of UB’s School of Nursing and the Western New York VA Healthcare System).
Rychtarik | McGillicuddy | Barrick
This project is developing a Web-based coping skills training program to help reduce the psychological distress experienced by women living with an alcoholic partner.
Rychtarik | McGillicuddy
Researchers evaluated different group-based interventions to reduce the physical, psychological and relationship stress felt by women with alcoholic partners.