Dr. Ryan C. Shorey is an Assistant Professor Psychology (Clinical) at Ohio University.
He completed his doctoral training at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville and his predoctoral internship at the Charleston Consortium in Charleston, South Carolina. His research focuses on the intersection between substance use and intimate partner violence and sexual assault perpetration, as well as the treatment of substance use disorders. His work has been funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) and the National Institute of Justice (NIJ).
Dr. Shorey’s current work includes (1) the examination of genotypic and phenotypic moderators of the temporal association between alcohol use and intimate partner violence perpetration in young adult couples, (2) the integration of brief alcohol interventions into Bystander and Social Norms interventions for the reduction of male-perpetrated sexual assault, and (3) the application of mindfulness-based interventions for individuals in treatment for substance use disorders. To date, Dr. Shorey is an author on over 130 peer-reviewed publications and recently received the Early Career Investigator award from the Research Society on Alcoholism.