Maureen Walton


Associate Chair for Research and Research Faculty Development, Department of Psychiatry, University of Michigan


About Maureen Walton

Maureen Walton is a community psychologist who conducts research on prevention and early interventions to reduce substance use, violence, and injury, particularly among adolescents and young adults. She has expertise in harnessing technology for assessment and delivery of evidenced-based interventions to reduce violence and/or substance use (e.g., alcohol, cannabis, prescription drug misuse). Recent lines of work focus on optimizing interventions, including testing: combinations of telehealth and technology-delivered interventions for opioid misuse; adaptive interventions for violence and alcohol misuse via a Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Controlled Trial (SMART), and mobile health apps for assessment and intervention delivery, including conducting micro-randomized trials.

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Hybrid Experimental Designs for Developing Mobile Interventions

July 6, 2023
Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education
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Optimization of Adaptive Interventions

July 15, 2023, 10:45 - 12:00 p.m.
NIH Summer Institute on Randomized Behavioral Clinical Trials
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Leveraging digital technology to improve employee health and well-being: New intervention and experimental approaches

August 15, 2023
Disney Data and Analytics Conference
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Advances in Adaptive Interventions to Improve Outcomes for Individuals with SUD and HIV

October 3, 2023
UCSF, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies
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Optimizing the Adaptation and Personalization of SUD Services

October 18, 2023, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Addiction Health Services Research Conference 2023
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