Open Research and Contributor Identifier
Applied Health Science
The University of Texas at Austin, Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology), 2014
The University of Texas at Austin, M.A., 2011
Swarthmore College, B.A., 2005
- 2014-2018: Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington
- 2013-2014: APA-Accredited Pre-Doctoral Clinical Psychology Internship, Indiana University School of Medicine
- 2021-2023: Principal Investigator, A population-based, genetically informed study of the effects of chronic pain on suicidal behavior (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention [AFSP] Grant #SRG-0-133-19)
- 2021-2023: Co-Investigator, Risks and benefits of ADHD medication for suicide attempts: A national study of at-risk youth (AFSP Grant #DIG-1-037-19)
- 2019-2023: Co-Investigator, Maternal use of prescribed opioid analgesics and risk of adverse offspring outcomes (NIH/NIDA Grant #R01DA048042)
- 2016-2022: Principal Investigator, Pharmacoepidemiologic studies of prescription opioid analgesic risks (NIH/NIDA Grant #K99/R00DA040727)
- 2012-2013: Principal Investigator, Alcohol response, cognitive impairment, and alcohol-related negative consequences (NIH/NIAAA Grant #F31AA020725)
Dr. Quinn studies the causes and consequences of substance use. His interests range across substances (e.g., from cigarette smoking to opioids) and across the lifespan (e.g., from prenatal drug exposure to medication treatment for ADHD in adults). Much of his current research examines pain and its treatment with opioid medications, using longitudinal health data on individuals and families and methods from epidemiology and behavioral genetics. As a licensed psychologist, Dr. Quinn is also broadly interested in other topics in mental health.
Fine, K. L., Rickert, M. E., O´Reilly, L. M., Sujan, A. C., Boersma, K., Chang, Z., ... Quinn, P. D. (2022). Initiation of opioid prescription and risk of suicidal behavior among youth and young adults. Pediatrics, 149, e2020049750.
Quinn, P. D., Chang, Z., Bair, M. J., Rickert, M. E., Gibbons, R. D., Kroenke, K., & D´Onofrio, B. M. (2022). Associations of opioid prescription dose and discontinuation with risk of substance-related morbidity in long-term opioid therapy. Pain, 163, e588-e595.
Quinn, P. D., Fine, K. L., Rickert, M. E., Sujan, A. C., Boersma, K., Chang, Z., ... D´ Onofrio, B. M. (2020). Association of opioid prescription initiation during adolescence and young adulthood with subsequent substance-related morbidity. JAMA Pediatrics, 174, 1048-1055.
Sujan, A. C., Quinn, P. D., Rickert, M. E., Wiggs, K. K., Lichtenstein, P., Larsson, H., ... D´Onofrio, B. M. (2019). Maternal prescribed opioid analgesic use during pregnancy and risk for adverse birth outcomes: A population-based study. PLOS Medicine, 16, e1002980.
Quinn, P. D., Chang, Z., Hur, K., Gibbons, R. D., Lahey, B. B., Rickert, M. E., ... D´Onofrio, B. M. (2017). ADHD medication and substance-related problems. American Journal of Psychiatry, 174, 877-885.
Quinn, P. D., Rickert, M. E., Weibull, C. E., Johansson, A. L. V., Lichtenstein, P., Almqvist, C., ... D´Onofrio, B. M. (2017). Association between maternal smoking during pregnancy and severe mental illness in offspring. JAMA Psychiatry, 74, 589-596.