Jon e. grant
Director, ACID clinic
Jon Grant, M.D., J.D., M.P.H., is a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Chicago and directs the ACID research lab for at the University of Chicago Medical Center in Chicago, IL. Dr. Grant completed an undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan, a master’s degree at the University of Chicago, a law degree from Cornell University, a medical degree from Brown University, and a masters degree in public health from Harvard University. Dr. Grant is a board-certified psychiatrist.
Dr. Grant has written over 400 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on the phenomenology and pharmacological management of substance use disorders and impulse control disorders, particularly pathological gambling, kleptomania, and grooming disorders. He is the author of “Stop Me Because I Can’t Stop Myself,” a book on impulse control disorders published by McGraw-Hill (2002) (co-authored with Dr. Suck Won Kim), and is the co-editor (along with Marc Potenza) of two books published by the American Psychiatric Association, “Pathological Gambling: A Clinical Guide to Treatment” (2004) and “A Textbook of Men’s Mental Health.” He also lead-authored a book on the treatment of impulse control disorders using evidence-based cognitive behavior therapy (with Brian Odlaug and Chris Donahue). Dr. Grant’s research is funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health.
Eve K. Chesivoir
Eve K. Chesivoir is a Research Coordinator at the ACID Lab. She graduated magna cum laude from Carleton College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Music Performance. She also holds a professional certificate in Medical Writing and Editing from the University of Chicago. She has previously worked as a Research Assistant at the Virtual Reality and Anxiety Disorders Lab at Carleton College. She is excited to be working on addiction and impulse control research in the University of Chicago, and is especially interested in comorbidity and personality pathology across various impulsive and compulsive disorders.
Madison Collins is a Research Coordinator at the ACID Lab in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Chicago. She graduated magna cum laude from Carleton College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She previously conducted research with the Social Attitudes Lab at Carleton College and was a research assistant in developmental psychology labs at the University of Chicago and the University of Michigan. She is excited about the opportunity to work in the ACID lab, and is particularly interested in how early life experiences influence the development of various addictive, compulsive, and impulsive disorders.