school psychology phd student,
Kane Carlock is a Ph.D. candidate in the Indiana University School Psychology program. Prior to graduate school, he worked as a special education teacher in Mississippi and served in the US Navy. His research interests are focused on delivering and integrating pediatric mental health services in settings where families are most likely to routinely visit, such as primary care, hospitals, and schools. This work is guided by frameworks from public health (Stepped Care; MTSS) and implementation science (EPIS; NPT). His methodological interests include quantitative methods with the R statistical software and using data science and open science approaches to improve research, training, and practice.