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Research on Anxiety and Depression
The RAD Project: developing a new understanding of anxiety and depression
RAINBOW-ENGAGE: understanding the neural basis of obesity and depression
UNDERLYING CAUSES FOR ADDICTION AMONG VETERANS
The BRAVE Study: defining the neural circuits of emotion and reward processing the underlise Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) in Veterans
NEUROIMAGING AND MACHINE LEARNING TO REDEFINE ANXIETY & DEPRESSION
NAMRAD/RAD-S: using advanced computational methods to identify an alternative, yet complementary, model of depression and anxiety directly linked to brain function, physiology and behavior.
COMPUTER ASSISTED THERAPY
RADCAT: examining how online self-guided programs can improve mood and anxiety symptoms.
RADAT: evaluating specific treatments in human participants with a specific condition of depression and who are experiencing specific symptoms.
StopWatch is a project aimed at developing a tool for young people with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) using the Apple Watch.
PRECISION PSYCHIATRY CONTINUITY CLINIC
The Precision Psychiatry Continuity Clinic is a unique first-in-the-nation project that brings neuroscience assessments into the clinic.
CONNECTOMES FOR EMOTIONAL DISORDERS
Connectomes for Emotional Disorders: aims to characterize the different human brain connectomes that contribute to each person’s experience of depression and anxiety.