Ed Huntley

Research Investigator, University of Michigan

IPT Therapist

Professional Biography

Academic Affiliation: University of Michigan
Professional Degree: Ph.D.
Primary Language: English

Level A Training Completed: 04/22/2014
Additional Training: B and C

Dr. Huntley earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at American University in 2012 and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in clinical psychology and behavioral sleep medicine in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan in 2014. Dr. Huntley’s clinical work has focused primarily on evidence based interventions for mood disorders with an emphasis on perinatal depression. Dr. Huntley also has extensive experience treating sleep (e.g., insomnia) and circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders (e.g., delayed sleep- wake phase disorder, jet lag disorder) across the developmental spectrum.

His research has focused on neurocognitive sequelae of disrupted sleep in youth with chronic medical illness (e.g., obstructive sleep apnea, HIV and functional abdominal pain) and circadian and sleep mechanisms associated with the etiology and treatment depression and PTSD in young adults. His current research interest include adolescent health, health risk behaviors, circadian and sleep mechanisms associated with the etiology psychopathology and evidence based interventions for health promotion.

Contact Info

Email: huntleye@umich.edu
Phone: 734-647-9346

University of Michigan Institute for Social Research 426 Thompson St.
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48106-1248
United States