May 2018 Arielle Deutsch received a Great Plains IDEA award for her project titled “Community-based understanding of links between intimate partner violence (IPV) and alcohol for American Indian woman”. This project will develop a tribal-based advisory board that involves individuals from institutions that provide health and care services to American Indian populations experiencing IPV, physical and/or sexual abuse, alcohol addiction/abuse, and mental health issues.
March 2018 Arielle Deutsch gave an invited lecture for the Great Plains Idea Clinical and Translational Research Network Community Engagement and Outreach Core titled “Alcohol misuse, intimate partner violence, and alcohol-exposed pregnancies in Northern Plains Native communities: symptoms, syndemics, and systems” at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. The talk focused on her current project as part of the COBRE Center for Health Outcomes and Prevention Research.
December 2017 Dr. Arielle Deutsch published an article in Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research investigating how environmental factors including peer and parent relationships influence alcohol use in teenagers and young adults. "Developmental etiologies of alcohol use and their relations to parent and peer influences over adolescence and young adulthood: a genetically informed approach"
November 2017 Dr. Arielle Deutsch received the Hugo G. Beigel Research Award from the Society for Scientific Study of Sexuality for the best article of 2015 in their flagship journal, the Journal of Sex Research.
August 2017, Dr. Deutsch was interview by Reuters as an expert on the relationship between timing of alcohol use and sexual debut. “Earlier drinking by teens linked to earlier sex”
July 2017, Dr. Arielle Deutsch joined the Population Health Group at Sanford Research as an Assistant Scientist.