The Lab

The Mood Disorders Laboratory is located in Patton Hall (RLP). The RLP building was built in 2013 and houses a variety of departments, including classrooms, offices, lab space, and meeting rooms for the MDL and other labs within the Institute for Mental Health Research (IMHR). Lab space for the IMHR was completed in the summer of 2015 and is now fully operational.

The MDL includes office space for faculty, graduate students, staff, and research assistants, a computer lab for phone screenings and data processing and analysis, four behavioral testing rooms, an EEG testing room, and an eye tracking testing room. The MDL shares additional lab space with other IMHR labs, including a participant waiting room, conference rooms, and a biospecimen collection and storage room.

Patton Hall is very close to the heart of campus (where many undergraduate classes are held) and a 10-minute walk to the Department of Psychology or the Imaging Research Center located in the Norman Hackerman building. This space allows IMHR faculty members to work in state-of-the-art facilities designed to foster collaboration and innovation while simultaneously allowing IMHR faculty to access collaborators and resources from around the campus community.

For location and contact information for the MDL, please click here.