The primary research objective of the Clinical Neuroendocrinology Laboratory is to gain a better understanding of the etiology of mood and anxiety disorders. We borrow techniques from behavioral neuroendocrinology, molecular genetics, and social-personality psychology. We conduct field studies and laboratory experiments. Our field studies use longitudinal designs to look prospectively at the emergence of mood and anxiety disorders in populations exposed to high levels of stress and trauma. Our laboratory experiments employ a wide variety of pharmacologic agents to test various candidate mechanisms underlying the etiology of mood and anxiety disorders.
- Leslie and Meghna receive Best Poster Awards September 19, 2016
- Michael receives the Best Oral Presentation Award January 16, 2016
- Meghna awarded the Undergraduate Research Fund October 23, 2015
- Joy receives Diversity Award from The Society for Personality and Social Psychology October 21, 2015
- Emily, Joy and Michael presenting at Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference October 13, 2015