Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion
Adam Bramoweth, PhD, DBSM
CHERP COIN Investigator
Core Investigator, Research Health Scientist, Staff Psychologist
Dr. Bramoweth's research interests include: behavioral sleep medicine, dissemination and implementation science, and integrated care. His program of research focuses on the implementation of evidence-based behavioral interventions for insomnia to increase access to care, in particular through the integration of brief treatments in the primary care setting. Dr. Bramoweth is a Research Health Scientists and Staff Psychologist at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS). He provides clinical care to Veterans with chronic insomnia, other sleep disturbances, as well as mental health disorders. He completed a VA HSR&D Career Development Award and now is Principal Investigator of VA IIR 19-340, "Enhancing Access to Insomnia Care (EASI Care): Implementing Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia in Primary Care Mental Health Integration Clinics."
Adam D. Bramoweth, PhD, DBSM received his doctoral degree in Clinical Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine at the University of North Texas and completed a pre-doctoral internship at the University of Florida Health Science Center. He then completed a VA Advanced Fellowship at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS) Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center.
|Behavioral sleep medicine|
|Access to care|
- Enhancing Access to Insomnia Care (EASI Care): Implementing Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia in Primary Care Mental Health Integration Clinics (IIR 19-340) as Principal Investigator
- Implementation of Brief Treatments for Insomnia in Primary Care (CDA 13-260) as Principal Investigator