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Charles Mathias

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

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About Charles

Mathias' research focuses on the intersection of mental illness and criminal justice. Overarching themes include: research and treatment for criminal justice involved persons, pretrial supervision conditions, financing inmate healthcare, mobile health solutions for community supervision, and alcohol impaired driving. Mathias services on the Texas Impaired Driver Task-force and on the Rural Telementoring Training Center. He is an alumnus of the Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowship and the American Political Science Association Congressional Fellowship program.


"Translating Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring Procedures for Contingency Management Among Adults Recently Arrested for DWI" (with Charles W.Mathias, Nathalie Hill-Kapturczaka, Tara E.Karns-Wrighta, Jillian Mullend, John D.Roach, James C. Fell, and Donald M. Dougherty). Addictive Behaviors 83 (2018): 56-63.

Describes development of an contingency management intervention for alcohol impaired drivers.

"Estimating Resource Utilization Demands in Implementing Statewide Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment for Alcohol-Impaired Drivers" (with Tae-Joon Moon, Tara E. Karns-Wright, Nathalie Hill-KapturczaK, John D. Roache, Jillian Mullen, and Donald M. Dougherty). Traffic Injury Prevention 20, no. 1 (2019): 15-22.

 Demands in implementing statewide Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment for alcohol impaired drivers.