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David Eddie, Ph.D.

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Columbia University, New York, NYB.A.05/2010Psychology / Neuroscience
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJM.S.10/2013Clinical Psychology
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJPh.D.10/2016Clinical Psychology
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MAPost-doctoral fellowship11/2018Clinical Psychology / Addiction Medicine

Overview
Dr. David Eddie is a research scientist at Massachusetts General Hospital’s Recovery Research Institute and Center for Addiction Medicine, a clinical psychologist in Massachusetts General Hospital’s Department of Psychiatry, and an instructor at Harvard Medical School. His current research, supported by NIAAA and internal awards from Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and Harvard University is seeking to better understand affective and psychophysiological factors that heighten addiction relapse risk. Additionally, Dr. Eddie is conducting research aimed at developing cutting-edge, mobile health (mHealth) interventions driven by wearable biosensors. He is also interested in addiction treatment and recovery processes, as well as drug and treatment policy, and is membership chair for the American Psychological Association’s Society of Addiction Psychology.

A licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Eddie received his Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University with honors in psychology, and his PhD from Rutgers University, where he conducted research at the Center of Alcohol Studies. Dr. Eddie undertook his clinical residency at Massachusetts General Hospital before completing his post-doctoral training as a Harvard Medical School Livingston Fellow at the Recovery Research Institute.

Research
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  1. K12DA043490-03 (David Eddie) Jul 1, 2020 - Jun 30, 2022
    NIH/NIDA
    Investigating the clinical and public health utility of a novel physical activity-oriented addiction recovery support service
    Role Description: The program of research is to use mixed methods to assess the acceptability and utility of a best-in-class substance use disorder recovery support app in primary care medical clinics. A secondary goal of this research is to leverage data collected to build a relapse risk classifier algorithm that can portend substance use lapses in real-time. This algorithm, which will ultimately be integrated into mHealth relapse prevention apps, will significantly benefit the field, as currently no such algorithm is publicly available. This research will form the basis for future randomized controlled trials and implementation studies.
    Role: PI
  2. K23AA027577 (EDDIE, DAVID) Jun 5, 2020 - May 31, 2025
    NIH/NIAAA
    Bringing real-time stress detection to scale: Development of a biosensor driven, stress detection classifier for smartwatches
    Role: Principal Investigator
  3. K23AA027577-01A1 (David Eddie) Jun 5, 2020 - May 31, 2025
    NIH/NIAAA
    Bringing real-time stress detection to scale: Development of a biosensor driven, stress detection classifier for smartwatches
    Role Description: Alcohol use disorder carries tremendous personal and societal costs, and in spite of best clinical efforts, this disorder is characterized by very high relapse rates following treatment. There is a pressing need for novel interventions that prevent alcohol use relapse, and help individuals achieve sustained remission. This study will develop the algorithms that will enable the biosensors embedded in commercially available smartwatches to detect stress in real time using physiological measures of autonomic arousal, which will ultimately be used to trigger smartphone relapse prevention apps to prompt patients with real-time coaching to mitigate alcohol use relapse risk.
    Role: PI
  4. LUCL4428 (EDDIE, DAVID) Nov 1, 2017 - Oct 31, 2019
    NIH/NIAAA
    National Institutes of Health Loan Repayment Program
    Role Description: The goal of this Loan Repayment Program award is to support my career development as I establish an independent line of research examining the mechanisms implicated in the development and maintenance of alcohol use disorder.
    Role: Principal Investigator
  5. Livingston Fellowship (EDDIE, DAVID) Jul 1, 2017 - Jun 30, 2018
    Harvard Medical School
    Elucidating the role of cognitive and physiological aspects of affect in alcohol use relapse
    Role Description: The Livingston Fellowship is intended to support outstanding post-doctoral research fellows at Harvard Medical School by underwriting research expenses associated with their work.
    Role: Principal Investigator

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  1. Eddie D, Vilsaint CL, Hoffman LA, Bergman BG, Kelly JF, Hoeppner BB. From working on recovery to working in recovery: Employment status among a nationally representative U.S. sample of individuals who have resolved a significant alcohol or other drug problem. J Subst Abuse Treat. 2020 Jun; 113:108000. PMID: 32359673.
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  2. Eddie D, Bentley KH, Bernard R, Yeung A, Nyer M, Pedrelli P, Mischoulon D, Winkelman JW. Major depressive disorder and insomnia: Exploring a hypothesis of a common neurological basis using waking and sleep-derived heart rate variability. J Psychiatr Res. 2020 Apr; 123:89-94. PMID: 32044591.
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  3. Buckman JF, Vaschillo B, Vaschillo EG, Epstein EE, Nguyen-Louie TT, Lesnewich LM, Eddie D, Bates ME. Improvement in women's cardiovascular functioning during cognitive-behavioral therapy for alcohol use disorder. Psychol Addict Behav. 2019 Dec; 33(8):659-668. PMID: 31738072.
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  4. Eddie D, Greene MC, White WL, Kelly JF. Medical Burden of Disease Among Individuals in Recovery From Alcohol and Other Drug Problems in the United States: Findings From the National Recovery Survey. J Addict Med. 2019 Sep/Oct; 13(5):385-395. PMID: 31589181.
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  5. Eddie, D., Greene, M.C., White, W.L., & Kelly, J.F. . Medical burden of disease among individuals in recovery from alcohol and drug problems in the United States: Findings from the National Recovery Survey. Journal of Addiction Medicine. 2019. View Publication.
  6. Eddie D, Hoffman L, Vilsaint C, Abry A, Bergman B, Hoeppner B, Weinstein C, Kelly JF. Lived Experience in New Models of Care for Substance Use Disorder: A Systematic Review of Peer Recovery Support Services and Recovery Coaching. Front Psychol. 2019; 10:1052. PMID: 31263434.
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  7. Lesnewich LM, Conway FN, Buckman JF, Brush CJ, Ehmann PJ, Eddie D, Olson RL, Alderman BL, Bates ME. Associations of depression severity with heart rate and heart rate variability in young adults across normative and clinical populations. Int J Psychophysiol. 2019 08; 142:57-65. PMID: 31195066.
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  8. Alayan N, Eddie D, Eller L, Bates ME, Carmody DP. Substance craving changes in university students receiving heart rate variability biofeedback: A longitudinal multilevel modeling approach. Addict Behav. 2019 10; 97:35-41. PMID: 31132527.
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  9. Eddie D, Bates ME, Vaschillo EG, Lehrer PM, Retkwa M, Miuccio M. Rest, Reactivity, and Recovery: A Psychophysiological Assessment of Borderline Personality Disorder. Front Psychiatry. 2018; 9:505. PMID: 30386267.
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  10. Eddie D, Conway FN, Alayan N, Buckman J, Bates ME. Assessing heart rate variability biofeedback as an adjunct to college recovery housing programs. J Subst Abuse Treat. 2018 09; 92:70-76. PMID: 30032947.
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  11. Eddie D, Kelly JF. How many or how much? Testing the relative influence of the number of social network risks versus the amount of time exposed to social network risks on post-treatment substance use. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2017 06 01; 175:246-253. PMID: 28460232.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
  12. Eisner L, Eddie D, Harley R, Jacobo M, Nierenberg AA, Deckersbach T. Dialectical Behavior Therapy Group Skills Training for Bipolar Disorder. Behav Ther. 2017 07; 48(4):557-566. PMID: 28577590.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  13. Eddie D, Bates ME. Toward validation of a borderline personality disorder-relevant picture set. Personal Disord. 2017 07; 8(3):255-260. PMID: 27046392.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  14. Buckman JF, Eddie D, Vaschillo EG, Vaschillo B, Garcia A, Bates ME. Immediate and Complex Cardiovascular Adaptation to an Acute Alcohol Dose. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 2015 Dec; 39(12):2334-44. PMID: 26614647.
    Citations: 3     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  15. Eddie, D. Borderline personality disorder, co-occurring substance use, and autonomic dysregulation. 2015. View Publication.
  16. Eddie D, Epstein EE, Cohn AM. Pathways to Vulnerability for Alcohol Problem Severity in a Treatment-Seeking Sample. Addict Disord Their Treat. 2015 Jun; 14(2):82-94. PMID: 26170766.
    Citations: 2     
  17. Alderman BL, Olson RL, Bates ME, Selby EA, Buckman JF, Brush CJ, Panza EA, Kranzler A, Eddie D, Shors TJ. Rumination in major depressive disorder is associated with impaired neural activation during conflict monitoring. Front Hum Neurosci. 2015; 9:269. PMID: 26029086.
    Citations: 4     
  18. Drapkin ML, Eddie D, Buffington AJ, McCrady BS. Alcohol-Specific Coping Styles of Adult Children of Individuals with Alcohol Use Disorders and Associations with Psychosocial Functioning. Alcohol Alcohol. 2015 Jul; 50(4):463-9. PMID: 25802055.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  19. Eddie, D., Vaschillo, E., Vaschillo, B., & Lehrer, P. Heart rate variability biofeedback: Theoretical basis, delivery, and its potential for the treatment of substance use disorders. Addiction Research & Theory. 2015; 23(4):266-272. View Publication.
  20. Eddie D, Vaschillo E, Vaschillo B, Lehrer P. Heart rate variability biofeedback: Theoretical basis, delivery, and its potential for the treatment of substance use disorders. Addict Res Theory. 2015; 23(4):266-272. PMID: 28077937.
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  21. Eddie D, Kim C, Lehrer P, Deneke E, Bates ME. A pilot study of brief heart rate variability biofeedback to reduce craving in young adult men receiving inpatient treatment for substance use disorders. Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2014 Dec; 39(3-4):181-92. PMID: 25179673.
    Citations: 9     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  22. Hunter-Reel D, Epstein EE, McCrady BS, Eddie D. PERSONALITY DISORDERS AND THE PREDICTION OF ALCOHOL USE OUTCOMES FOR WOMEN: DIMENSIONAL VERSUS CATEGORICAL CLASSIFICATION. Addict Res Theory. 2014 Apr; 22(2):176-180. PMID: 26120291.
    Citations: 1     
  23. Bates ME, Buckman JF, Voelbel GT, Eddie D, Freeman J. The mean and the individual: integrating variable-centered and person-centered analyses of cognitive recovery in patients with substance use disorders. Front Psychiatry. 2013; 4:177. PMID: 24399976.
    Citations: 1     
  24. Lehrer P, Eddie D. Dynamic processes in regulation and some implications for biofeedback and biobehavioral interventions. Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2013 Jun; 38(2):143-55. PMID: 23572244.
    Citations: 7     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  25. Eddie D, Buckman JF, Mun EY, Vaschillo B, Vaschillo E, Udo T, Lehrer P, Bates ME. Different associations of alcohol cue reactivity with negative alcohol expectancies in mandated and inpatient samples of young adults. Addict Behav. 2013 Apr; 38(4):2040-3. PMID: 23396175.
    Citations: 3     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  26. Eddie, D. Heart rate variability, negative affect, and personality disorder symptomology in women receiving treatment for alcohol dependence. 2013. View Publication.
  27. Secora AM, Eddie D, Wyman BJ, Brooks DJ, Mariani JJ, Levin FR. A comparison of psychosocial and cognitive functioning between depressed and non-depressed patients with cannabis dependence. J Addict Dis. 2010 Jul; 29(3):325-37. PMID: 20635282.
    Citations: 4     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  28. Hawkins, K. & Eddie, D. Assessment and Support Consultation: Enhancing social support for sexual offenders. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health. 12:180-191. View Publication.
  29. Drapkin, M., Epstein, E., McCrady, B., & Eddie, D. Sudden gains among women in treatment for alcohol dependence. Addiction Research & Theory. 23(4):273-279. View Publication.
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