My research focuses on the use of MRI techniques to understand brain structure and function across a range of neuropsychiatric conditions in pediatric populations. I completed my clinical training in child and adolescent psychiatry, and then trained in developmental neuroscience and MRI methods at Columbia University. I have been awarded NIH funded grants to examine neural circuits related to attention, motivation, and emotional processing in a range of conditions including ADHD, anorexia nervosa, and familial depression. Currently, I am a principal investigator studies aimed at understanding the influence of psychosocial adversity on executive functions and related neural circuitry using MRI measures in infants and children.
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