- BA, Florida Atlantic University, Florida, 1996
- MA, Florida International University, Florida, 1999
- PhD, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, 2004
Chen T, Lu N, Arora J, Katz I, Bossarte RM, He H, Xia Y, Zhang H, Tu XM. Power analysis for cluster randomized trials with binary outcomes modeled by Generalized Linear Mixed-effects Models. Applied Statistics, in press.
McCarthy JF, Bossarte RM, Katz IR, Thompson C, Kemp J, Hannemann CM, Nielson C, Schoenbaum M. Predictive Modeling of the Risk of Suicide: Implications for Preventive Interventions in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. American Journal of Public Health. 2015;Jun 11:e1-e8.
Hoffmire CA, Kemp JE, Bossarte RM. Changes in Suicide Mortality for Veterans and Non-Veterans by Gender and History of VHA Service Use, 2000-2010. Psychiatric Services. 2015; May [epub ahead of print].
McCarten J, Hoffmire CA, Bossarte RM. Changes in Overall and Firearm Veteran Suicide Rates by Gender, 2001-2010. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2015;48(3):360-364
Blosnich JR, Gordon AJ, Bossarte RM. Suicidal ideation and mental distress among adults with military service history: results from 5 U.S. states, 2010. American Journal of Public Health. 2014;104(Suppl 4):S595-S602.
2010 Pfizer Award for Funded Research, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Orlando, FL
2006 Secretary's Award for Distinguished Service, US Department of Health and Human Services
2006 Crisis Response Award, US Public Health Service
2006 Achievement Medal, US Public Health Service
2006 Training Award, US Public Health Service
2005 Foreign Service Award, US Public Health Service
1999 Member, Alpha Kappa Delta, International Sociology Honor Society
About Robert Bossarte
Dr. Bossarte is Director of Injury Control Research Center and Associate Professor of Epidemiology at West Virginia University. Dr. Bossarte received his PhD in Sociology from the University of Notre Dame and postdoctoral training in Epidemiology as an Office in CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service. Dr. Bossarte’s research focuses on the development of large data systems in support of research and surveillance, identification of predictors of suicide risk, injury epidemiology and the intersections between community- and individual-level factors. Dr. Bossarte’s current research is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs.