|Colloquium Announcement on Apr. 23, 2018|
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To collect and find both structural, functional changes or abnormalities in the brain of the patients who are diagnosed with mood disorders through neuroimaging techniques such as voxel-based morphometry, surface analysis and connectivity analysis. The mood disorder patients are sub-divided into depression, bipolar disorder(I, II), and those who have shown suicidal behavior.
To integrate interdisciplinary research approaches, mainly including structural/functional MRI and genetics analysis. Together with individualized result of each patient, this multidisciplinary information is ultimately processed to yield not only more precise diagnosis but also the individually tailored treatment of mood disorders, which are potentially highly innovative.
To carry out experimental researches on the affect-related tasks in association with functional neuroimaging techniques for more cognitive psychological comprehension of human affective processes.
Research Techniques MRI, fMRI, EEG, genetic studies(blood analysis), Big Data
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