Meredith Rumble, Ph.D.
Position title: Co-Director of Psychology Training; Psychology Internship Adult Track Director; Associate Professor (CHS Track)
Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute and Clinics
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Meredith E. Rumble, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. She received an MA and PhD in clinical psychology with a health psychology concentration from Duke University in Durham, NC and completed her APA-approved psychology internship at the Durham VA Medical Center. She specializes in the assessment and treatment of insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders, and other sleep disorders. She also has specialization in the treatment of mood, anxiety, and trauma-related disorders and adjustment to chronic health conditions.
Dr. Rumble is a Co-Director of Clinical Psychology Internship Program, the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program Director and the Adult Track Director of the Clinical Psychology Internship Program. In these roles, she regularly teaches, supervises, and mentors Psychology Interns, Psychiatry Residents, and Sleep Fellows. She also provides continuing education for independent practitioners regarding behavioral sleep assessment and treatment. She engages in clinical research as a Co-Investigator. Her current research examines sleep disturbance in the context of depression and cancer.
- Circadian Rhythm Sleep-Wake Disorders
- Mood Disorders
- Anxiety and Trauma-Related Disorders
- Adjustment to Chronic Health Conditions
- The relationship of person-specific eveningness chronotype, greater seasonality, and less rhythmicity to suicidal behavior: A literature review.
- Sex Differences in the Relationship Between Depressive Symptoms and Actigraphic Assessments of Sleep and Rest-Activity Rhythms in a Population-Based Sample.
- Circadian actigraphic rest-activity rhythms following surgery for endometrial cancer: A prospective, longitudinal study.
- Using Insomnia as a Model for Optimizing Internet-Delivered Psychotherapy
- Reducing Suicidal Ideation Through Insomnia Treatment (REST-IT): A Randomized Clinical Trial.