Geriatric Psychiatry Neuroimaging Laboratory


The GPN Lab's partnership with RF Lab

The GPN Lab Studies Neuroimaging Markers of Alzheimer's Disease

Advances in Alzheimer's Disease give people new hope

The GPN Lab seeks to improve the lives of the elderly

Opportunities: Clinical and Translational Research Training in Geriatric Psychiatry Opportunities: Graduate (PhD) Training for Bioengineers in Psychiatry Research


Announcements

  1. Thomas Skoff has been accepted to the Swanson School of Engineering Summer Research Internship!

  2. Dr. Howard Aizenstein won the Outstanding Professional Achievement Award from the University of Illinois Department of Mathematics!

  3. Congratulations to Matthew Rosenblatt for his acceptance into the Biomedical Engineering Summer Internship Program (BESIP) at NIH, which is a 10-week program allowing rising senior bioengineering students to participate in cutting-edge biomedical research projects under the mentorship of world-class scientists in NIH laboratories.

  4. Nishita Muppidi's project on predicting brain age using machine learning models was accepted to the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) conference in Atlanta, Georgia!

  5. Congratulations to Erica Tamburo, winner of the Women of FileMaker's Steven Blackwell Travel Scholarship to attend the 2018 FileMaker's Developer Conference in Grapevine Texas.

  6. Akiko Mizuno and Helmet Karim were accepted into and attended the Summer Research Institute at Vanderbilt University. The Research Career Institute in the Mental Health of Aging (CIMA) is a year-long mentoring program that includes a 5-day Summer Research Institute and 12 months of ongoing research mentoring.

  7. Congratulations to Erica Tamburo for her nomination for the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic's Research Employee of the Year award. Two awards were presented to staff at the 18th Annual Department of Psychiatry Research Day event on June 7, 2018.

  8. Helmet Karim and Maxwell Wang published their paper on prediction of treatment response in LLD using a computational model.

  9. Joanne Beer won Best Student Paper Award at the 3rd Annual Statistics in Imaging Conference entitled "Predicting Continuous Measures From Neuroimages: Incorporating Information About Functional Networks and Spatial Structure."

  10. Congratulations to Helmet Karim, who recently passed his Ph.D defense with flying colors and who also won outstanding poster (graduate student category) at the 17th annual WPIC Research Day with the poster entitled "Functional Activation During Emotion Reactivity in Late-Life Depression: Early Markers of Treatment Response." Great job Helmet!


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