Adam B. Lewin is a NIMH postdoctoral fellow at UCLA Neuropsychiatic Institute. He is the Friends of Semel Institute Fellow for 2007-2008. Dr. Lewin is examining response inhibition and sensorimotor deficits among youth with OCD and Tic Disorders. His areas of interest include predicting treatment response and relations between family functioning and outcome/syndrome severity. Dr. Lewin completed his doctoral work at the University of Florida and his clinical residency at the UCLA Semel Institute. He has worked as a cognitive-behavioral therapist to treat these disorders since 2001.