Current Studies

Click one of the links below to learn more about our current studies.

With thanks to Bob Dougherty and the Stanford CNI for generating the visualization from our project data.


Research on Anxiety and Depression

The RAD Project: developing a new understanding of anxiety and depression

ENGAGE

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.

ANHEDONIA TREATMENTS

RADAT: evaluating specific treatments in human participants with a specific condition of depression and who are experiencing specific symptoms.  

STOPWATCH

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.