Eric Dedert
Associate Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

I am a Research Psychologist at the Durham VA Medical Center and Associate Professor at the Duke University Medical Center, where I conduct research with the Traumatic Stress and Health Research Laboratory. I am currently leading an trial on the clinical and cost effectiveness of mobile contingency management as an adjunct to evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy for Veterans with alcohol use disorder. I am also leading a trial of concurrent evidence-based treatments of posttraumatic stress disorder and tobacco use that combines Cognitive Processing Therapy with cognitive behavioral treatment for smoking cessation. I am primarily interested in program evaluation, data analysis, implementation of evidence-based treatments for mental health problems, and testing innovative treatments for tobacco use, alcohol use, and post traumatic stress disorder.

Current Appointments & Affiliations

Contact Information

  • Dept of Psychiatry, Box 102505, Durham, NC 27705
  • Dept of Psychiatry, Box 102505, Durham, NC 27710

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