- Dr. Wang Awarded NIMH-Funded Project (U01) on Schizophrenia Neuroimaging Data Mediation
- Dr. Wang Awarded NINR (National Institute of Nursing Research) R01 on Hippocampal Predictors of Cognitive Impairment in Breast Cancer
- Dr. Wang as PI Subaward on Alzheimer Association Grant on ADNI2 Add-on Project
- Dr. Herbert Meltzer Welcome Reception
- Save the Date: 2012 NIH Toolbox Conference & Training
- Dr. Eva Redei develops first blood test to diagnose major depression
- Landsberg Research Day 2012
- Congratulations to Dr. Evan Goulding for receiving the CBIT Pilot Grant
- Dr. John Csernansky on “Chicago Tonight”
- Save the Date for the Symposium on Child Trauma in the Public Sector on May 31- June 1, 2012
- Molecular Psychiatry Top Ten
- Moira Kessler, PGY2, and Katy Lalone, PGY4, featured in the January’s issue of The Residents’ Journal
- MSSRP Award Notice – Mr. Pedro Engel Gonzalez
- MSSRP Award Notice – Ms. Dovie Watson
- Dr. Redei Genetic Epigenetic Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
- Dr. Redei’s NIAAA study on Genetic Imprinting and FASD
- Stress and Alzheimer’s – A Pilot Grant for Dr. Dong
- Dr. Wang to Start NIMH-Funded Project on Data Sharing
- Resident Kudos
- Television Advertisement for Research Volunteers
- Dr. Gollan to Start NIMH Study on Depression
- Welcome Dr. Hans Breiter
Congratulations to Dr. Evan Goulding for receiving the CBIT Pilot Grant
Congratulations to Evan Goulding, M.D., Ph.D., for receiving the Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies (CBITs) Pilot Grant 2012. CBITs offers an annual pilot grant of $20,000 for the development of Behavioral Intervention Technologies to Northwestern University faculty investigators. This grant program is aimed to catalyze BITs research within the Northwestern community.
Dr. Goulding has received funding to support his project, Mobile Monitoring for Long Term Behavioral Data Collection in Bipolar Disorder.
His collaborators on the project are Cynthia Dopke, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Division of Psychology and John Gottlieb, M..D., Psychiatry at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
CBITs (http://cbits.northwestern.edu/)provides a unique home for research and education relating to Behavioral Intervention Technologies (BITs). BITs are applications of behavioral intervention theories and strategies through the use of technology features to address target behaviors in support of health and mental health.