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Brian Distelberg, PhD
Associate Professor, Counseling and Family Science
Member, Counseling and Family Sci, SST, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Research & Grantsmanship    Funded Research Project (PI)
  • P.I. Distelberg, B., Co-I.Foster, L., Co-I. Lobo, E., & Co-I. Simonton, G., (2015). Research and Family Supportive Services PC842. Housing Authority County of San Bernardino

    ( 8/2015 )
  • P.I. Distelberg, B. (2015). LAUNCH INNIATIVE/Inland Empire Economic Partnership Foundation model of change planning grant (IEEPF-KEYS 001). Inland Empire Economic Partnership Foundation/LAUNCH INNITIATIVE. 

    ( 7/2015 )
  • P.I. Distelberg, B., (2015). Research and Family Supportive Services. Housing Authority County of San Bernardino.

    ( 6/2015 )
  • Distelberg, B (2011). Research and Family Supportive Services. Grant Awarded by Housing Authority County of San Bernardino. (PC567, Accepted)

    ( 8/2011 - 7/2014 )
  • Distelberg, B. (2013). Pilot Study: Program Effectiveness of MEND. Loma LInda University Behavioral Health Institute Seed Funding. (Accepted).

    ( 1/2013 - 1/2014 )
  • Distelberg, B. (2011). Family resilience and community isolation. Family Process New Professional Grant Application. Grant awarded by the Family Process Institute. (Accepted)

    ( 1/2012 - 12/2012 )
  • Distelberg. B (2010). Moving to Work program evaluation study. Funding provided by the Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino

    ( 6/2010 - 6/2011 )
  • Distelberg. B (2009). Dissertation fellowship. Fellowship Awarded by the College of Social Science, Michigan State University. ($6,000)

    ( 1/2009 - 12/2009 )
  Funded Research Project (CI)
  • P.I. Staack, A., CO-I. Distelberg, B. & Sabate, J. (2013). The effects of coffee and caffeine on bladder function in postmenopausal female patients. Versafund. (Accepted $25,000).

    ( 4/2013 - 4/2014 )
  • Kossek, E.E., Berg, P., Nie, M., Distelberg, B. (2007). Employees’ Family Well-Being: The Impact of Flexible Work-Life Policies/Programs. A grant from the Family Research Initiative at Michigan State University.

    ( 6/2007 )