As the Director of Clinical and Translational Research, Jennifer Lockman oversees the development, implementation and clinical application of research grants for Centerstone. In her role, Lockman works closely with Centerstone leaders and academic collaborators to find and pursue grant opportunities that have the capacity to meaningfully influence the clinical care provided at Centerstone. She also
Frank Stevens is the Vice President of Clinical Informatics. He has been with the organization since 1995. He ensures that electronic systems support the provision and review of clinical care. He trained as a researcher and a clinician, graduated from the Ohio State University with a PhD in Psychology and is clinically licensed in Indiana.
Kathryn Mathes is the Vice President of Research & Evaluation. She has been with the Research Institute since 2007 and has functioned in the roles of Senior Program Evaluator, Director of Evaluation and since 2012, VP of Research & Evaluation. In this role, she provides leadership, management, supervision, and oversight for all program evaluations and
Richard Shelton is the Chief Executive Officer for Centerstone Research Institute. He attended medical school at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. He became a resident and Chief Resident at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center (now the Longwood Program), a teaching hospital of the Harvard Medical School. After residency, he was a research fellow at
Ashley Newton, MPS, PMP is Vice President of Center for Clinical Excellence of the Centerstone Research Institute. Ashley served as interim director of CCE before her role as Vice President, leading CCE through a period of transformation and unprecedented growth of both staff and projects. In her current role, Newton is charged with leading clinical