Stress and Neuroimaging Research

Current Research

Examining treatment response to SSRIs using fMRI and genetic markers

Investigating neuromarkers of treatment for PTSD and AUD 

Exploring a computer-based cognitive training treatment program for Veterans with PTSD 

Identifying the neural correlates of PTSD in Veterans with blast-related traumatic brain injury

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The Stress and Neuroimaging Lab offers a number of on-going research studies actively recruiting participants. We are currently seeking military veterans who have been diagnosed with or might qualify for mood/anxiety disorders, traumatic brain injury, or posttraumatic stress disorder. We are also seeking healthy, combat-experienced veterans with no history of mood/anxiety symptoms. If you are interested in participating in research, please visit our Contact or Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.


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Enroll in a Study 

Cognitive Training for PTSD Study
For combat veterans suffering with PTSD & interested in computer-based treatment.

fMRI, PTSD & Vagus Nerve Study
For OIF/OEF combat veterans suffering from symptoms such as nightmares, flashbacks, and difficulty sleeping.

fMRI Military Control Study
For veterans ages 18-50 who have been combat deployed to Iraq/Afghanistan in support of OEF/OIF and have not been diagnosed with a psychological disorder or traumatic brain injury.

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