Dr. Ellen-ge Denton is a licensed psychologist, with postdoctoral training in pediatric psychology, public health, and clinical research methods. Her overall research aim is to build mental health capacity and develop suicide prevention in resource limited settings. Her publications highlight biopsychosocial factors related to negative affect, depression, and suicide risk among diverse people groups. She currently serves on the steering committee for the Youth Suicide Research Consortium and A-Sanctuary orphanage in Guyana, South America. Dr. Denton has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses. She has found mentoring City University students to doctoral programs most-rewarding.
Interim Associate Professor - Department of Psychiatry (SMD)
Molock SD, Boyd RC, Alvarez K, Cha C, Denton EG, Glenn CR, Katz CC, Mueller AS, Meca A, Meza JI, Miranda R, Ortin-Peralta A, Polanco-Roman L, Singer JB, Zullo L, Miller AB
The American psychologist.. 2023 March 13 Epub 03/13/2023.
Morgan, N, Denton E., Subramaney U., Daniels W., & Steinert T.
Frontiers in Psychiatry. 2022; 13.
Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. 2020; 51(2): 189-196.
Thornton, V., Asanbe C., and Denton, E.
Depression and Anxiety. 2019; : 1-10.
The benefits of neighborhood racial diversity: Neighborhood factors and its association with increased physical activity in ACS patients
Denton E., Green P., Newman J., Siqin Y., Davidson K. W., Schwartz J.
International Journal of Cardiology. 2014; 173: 517-518.
APA: Population Health Science Summit Research Synthesis (2023)
Chapter: Community Based Infrastructures that contribute to the mental health of youth.
Authors: Alvarez, K. & Denton E.
Publisher: Springer 2023
Handbook of Youth Suicide Prevention: Integrating Research into Practice (2020)
Chapter: Suicide Prevention through Community Capacity Building
Authors: Peterson, H. & Denton E
Publisher: Springer 2020