The vision for personalized neuroscience is to translate insights about the human brain into real world clinical care, to improve the quality of individual lives.
Advances in human neuroscience and genomics give us new markers for understanding why one treatment works and another does not, but we have not yet bridged the translational divide between the evidence and how to apply this information in the real world.
In the PanLab, our current projects focus on depression and anxiety. We are also working on collaborative projects investigating psychosis and ADHD with anxiety as a cross disorder.
Our research embraces the study of heterogeneity and individual differences in the experience of mental disorder, and the associated disruptions to social and emotional function.
- Research on Anxiety and Depression (RAD)
- Brain Research on Addiction and Veterans' Emotions (BRAVE) Study
- Neuroimaging and Machine Learning to Redefine Anxiety and Depression (NAMRAD/RAD-S)
- Research on Anxiety and Depression: Computer Assisted Therapy (RADCAT)
- Research on Anxiety and Depression: Anhedonia Treatments (RADAT)