Dr. Dave DeGarmo is a research professor and a prevention science methodologist at the UO Prevention Science Institute and the Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services. Dave teaches prevention methodology courses on intervention design and evaluation, structural equation modeling, and multilevel modeling in the College of Education. He is a former postdoctoral fellow of the NIMH Family Research Consortium of the National Institute on Mental Health and an affiliated scientist of the Oregon Social Learning Center. Dave has a substantive focus on family stress models and preventive interventions for families at-risk for compromised parenting with an emphasis on fathering processes. He teaches prevention methodology courses on intervention design and evaluation, structural equation modeling, and multilevel modeling in the College of Education and is currently MPI of the NICHD project ‘Investigating the impacts of COVID-19 school closures on long-term adjustment in youth with or at risk for disability (McIntyre, DeGarmo), MPI of the RADx-UP ‘Optimizing SARS-CoV-2 Testing and Promotores Interventions to Serve Latinx Communities’ 3P50DA048756-03S3 (Leve, Cresko, DeGarmo), and PI of the UO Data Science Core for the P50 DA048756-01 (Leve, Fisher) centers of excellence Center on Parents and Opioids. I have expertise in personal and environmental risk and resilience factors associated with social and behavioral interventions.