Meredith E. Rumble, PhD Print Friendly PageFaculty, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Dr. Rumble is a Psychologist and Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. She received an MA and PhD in clinical psychology from Duke University and completed her psychology residency at the Durham VA Medical Center. She is a clinical psychologist specializing in the assessment and treatment of insomnia, circadian rhythm disorders and other sleep disorders. She serves as the primary psychologist for Wisconsin Sleep. She also specializes in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders.
UW Health Clinics
Professional Certifications and Education
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Madison, WI
Duke University, Durham, NC, 2007
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Honerlaw KR Rumble ME Rose SL Coe CL Costanzo ES .
Biopsychosocial Predictors of Pain Among Women Recovering From Surgery for Endometrial Cancer. Gynecol Oncol. 2015 Sep 9;
[PubMed ID: 26363211]
Levenson JC Benca RM Rumble ME .
Sleep Related Cognitions in Individuals with Symptoms of Insomnia and Depression. J Clin Sleep Med. 2015 Aug 15;11(8):847-54
[PubMed ID: 25766706]
McCall WV Benca RM Rosenquist PB Riley MA Hodges C Gubosh B McCloud L Newman JC Case D Rumble M Mayo M White KH Phillips M Krystal AD .
A multi-site randomized clinical trial to reduce suicidal ideation in suicidal adult outpatients with Major Depressive Disorder: Development of a methodology to enhance safety. Clin Trials. 2015 Jun;12(3):189-98
[PubMed ID: 25733676]
Rumble ME Rose SL White KH Moore AH Gehrman P Benca RM Costanzo ES .
Circadian actigraphic rest-activity rhythms following surgery for endometrial cancer: A prospective, longitudinal study. Gynecol Oncol. 2015 Jun;137(3):448-55
[PubMed ID: 25906914]
Rumble ME Keefe FJ Edinger JD Affleck G Marcom PK Shaw HS .
Contribution of cancer symptoms, dysfunctional sleep related thoughts, and sleep inhibitory behaviors to the insomnia process in breast cancer survivors: a daily process analysis. Sleep. 2010 Nov;33(11):1501-9
[PubMed ID: 21102992]