Multifaceted Explorations of the Neurobiology of Depressive Disorders (MEND2)

The MEND2 laboratory uses biopsychosocial tools, including neuroimaging, performance, self-report and other-report, and blood and saliva assays in mood disorders. We use these tools to identify biomarkers to inform precision medicine, including diagnosis, risk, prevention/treatment selection, treatment effectiveness, and course modification.

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Faculty Neuropsychologist Uses Art to Give Different Perception of Resilience
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May 18, 2019

Faculty Neuropsychologist Uses Art to Give Different Perception of Resilience

psychiatry, neuropsychology, resilience, mental health awareness month

Dr. Scott Langenecker, a clinical neuropsychologist and professor of psychiatry, discusses ways people can strengthen their resilience during a free presentation titled “Images of Resilience,” at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 22, at the Park City Library’s Community Room. The event that honors Mental Health Awareness Month is sponsored by CONNECT Summit County.... Read More

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