Eileen M. Roscoe joined The New England Center for Children® in September 2002, and currently serves as the Assistant Director of Research. She serves as adjunct faculty and supervises students’ dissertation research for Western New England University’s doctoral program in Applied Behavior Analysis. Dr. Roscoe’s research interests include functional analysis and treatment of problem behavior, stimulus preference and reinforcer assessments, and methods for promoting generalization and maintenance of treatment effects. Her research has been published primarily in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. She serves on the editorial boards for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and Behavioral Interventions, and she serves as a guest associate editor for the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. In August of 2009, Dr. Roscoe received the B.F. Skinner Young Researcher Award from the American Psychological Association for her research contributions in applied behavior analysis. She also is serving as a co-investigator on a NIH-funded grant investigating improved technologies for functional analysis and treatment generalization with Dr. William Dube, University of Massachusetts Medical School – Shriver Center.