Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health through cooperative agreement grants MH66750 (PI: K. Wells, Duke University Medical Center), MH66769 (PI; J. Walkup, Johns Hopkins University), MH66762 (PI: L Greenhill, New York State Psychiatric Institute), MH66775 (PI: D. Brent, University of Pittsburgh), and MH66778 (PI: G. Emslie, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center). Data management was funded by an NIMH contract to KAI Research, Inc. Rockville, Maryland.
The authors would like to acknowledge Brian Knizner (project coordinator), Marcie McCullough (data entry), Travis Schermer (interviewer), Angela Aloise (interviewer), Kim Poling (therapy supervisor, therapist), Nancy Tormey (therapist), Brian McKain (pharmacotherapist and therapist), Sue Wesner (pharmacotherapist), Allen Chrisman (psychiatrist, pharmacotherapy supervisor), Rameshari Tumuluru (psychiatrist), John Campo (psychiatrist), Joanne Severe (operations), and the NIMH Data and Safety Monitoring Board.
Disclosure: Dr. Greenhill was a consultant to Pfizer and served as chairman of DSMB for pediatric ziprasidone trials; received research grants from NIMH, Otsuka/Bristol Myers-Squib, Johnson & Johnson.
Dr. Emslie received research support Biobehavioral Diagnostics Inc., Forest Laboratories, Shire, and Somerset; has been a consultant for Biobehavioral Diagnostics Inc., Eli Lilly, Forest Laboratories Inc, Pfizer Inc., Shire, Validus Pharmaceuticals, and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals.
Dr. Bukstein has consulted for Quintiles CME, has served on the speakers' bureau of Quintiles CME, has received research and/or education funding from Shire Pharmaceuticals, Ortho-McNeil-Janssen, and Quintiles CMS, and has received book royalties from Routledge.
Dr. Walkup receives research support from the NIH, SAMHSA, and the Tourette Syndrome Association. He received free medication and placebo from Eli Lilly, Pfizer and free medication from Abbott for NIMH funded clinical trials. He has received honoraria from Eli Lilly in 2006 and from Pfizer in 2003 and 2005 and from the Tourette Syndrome Association in 2007-8. He also provided consultation to defense council on behalf of GlaxoSmithKline (Paxil) in 2007.
Dr. Coffey has received research support from NIMH, Boehringer Ingelheim, Bristol Myers Squibb, Novartis, and Tourette Syndrome Association, and has been advisor to Novartis and Jazz Pharmaceuticals.
Dr. Posner has received only research support from the following pharmaceutical companies, as part of an effort to help execute the FDA suicidality mandates/requests: Amgen, Astra Zeneca Pharmaceuticals, Forest Laboratories, GlaxoSmithKline, i3 Research, Eli Lilly, Johnson & Johnson, H. Lundbeck A/S, Medtronic, Merck & Co., Inc., Next Wave Pharmaceuticals, Novo Nordisk A/S, Orexigen Therapeutics, Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer, Roche, Sanofi-Aventis, Schering-Plough Corporation, Schwarz Biosciences, Inc./UCB, Sepracor, Inc., Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, Valeant Pharmaceuticals, Vivus, Inc., and Wyeth Research.
Dr. March receives research support from NIMH and NARSAD; is a consultant or scientific advisor to Pfizer, Lilly, Wyeth, GSK, and MedAvante; receives research support from Pfizer and Lilly; has equity holdings in MedAvante; receives study drug for NIMH-funded studies from Lilly and Pfizer.
Dr. Riddle receives research funding from NIMH, has served as DSMB member for NICHD and Johnson & Johnson, has been a consultant/scientific advisor to Shire and Jazz Pharmaceuticals.
Dr. Wagner held stock in Johnson & Johnson, within NIH limit, and has since divested.
Dr. Curry receives speaking fees from the REACH Institute.
Dr. Wells receives speaking fees from the REACH Institute.