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This study aims to investigate whether a parent-based treatment for childhood anxiety disorders engages child brain circuitry implicated in children's reliance on parents to reduce anxiety (R61), and whether change in child brain circuitry is associated with reduction in child anxiety (R33).
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of the administration of Risperidal-Consta on the brain's reward circuitry using MRI, behavioral tests and measuring cocaine craving and use among people with active cocaine dependence.
This study will examine activation of a brain circuit that regulates emotion in depressed patients before and after treatment to see which areas of the brain are involved in chronic depression.
New treatments to help to reduce the emotional dysregulation of mood disorders are critically needed. This is a study of an emotional dysregulation psychotherapy treatment in which subjects will learn skills to help to down-regulate maladaptive emotional responses and learn beneficial, healthy habits. Investigators will perform symptom and behavioral assessments and scanning prior to the treatment and will then repeat scanning, symptom and behavioral assessments at the midpoint...
People living with HIV-1 have high rates of cigarette smoking, which may be related to nicotinic interaction with HIV-1 infection and brain function levels. The proposed project aims to understand these pathways using translational brain imaging and HIV-1 reactivation studies. The study proposes a targeted nicotine-brain investigation of the nicotinic effects in HIV-1 infection from cellular to brain circuitry levels.
This study aims to compare the impact of listening to frequency-modulated music vs. non-modulated music (both researcher-selected), and to test whether there are differential effects on pain and stress perception. Further, these two conditions will be compared to a third condition, in which participants will be exposed to self-selected non-modulated music. It is hypothesized that both researcher-selected frequency-modulated music and self-selected non-modulated music result in ...
The goal of this project is to identify brain mechanisms by which Noninvasive brain stimulation (NIBS) could decrease hyperphagia. The investigators will synchronously deliver NIBS and measure brain activity in a randomized, crossover, sham-controlled, fully blind study. This work will reveal brain mechanisms to reduce hyperphagia and may contribute to new therapeutic avenues to treat this eating disorder.
The proposed study aims to examine the effectiveness of Nanit-Insights, an app-based intervention for parents who wish to improve their infant's sleep.
To determine the efficacy of an improved rapid diagnostic test using venous whole blood and fingerstick whole blood. The clinical performance of Reveal G4 Rapid HIV-1 Antibody Test will be determined by comparing the results with patient infected status for HIV-1 (human immunodeficiency virus type 1). The study will consist of a single one-hour visit, at which time blood samples will be collected and tested with the investigational device (Reveal G4) and FDA approved comparato...
Individuals with anorexia nervosa (AN) have long been observed to demonstrate symptoms in common with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), in particular, an obsessive fear of normal weight leading to dangerous food restriction, as well as many compulsive rituals about food. Both AN and OCD are seriously handicapping and often resistant to conventional therapies. Given that the two conditions often co-occur and are associated with still unknown genetic risk factors, the aim of t...
The objective of this study is to identify the patterns of brain activity in reward circuitry that promote symptoms of anorexia nervosa. This project will compare weight-restored individuals with anorexia nervosa to a non-eating disorder control group on reward brain circuitry patterns in response to typically rewarding cues (i.e., entertaining videos) and disorder-specific restrictive eating cues (i.e., low-fat food choice) using fMRI. In addition, this study will examine whic...
The stress-related hormone cortisol has been studied in depression for decades. However, relatively little is known about the role of cortisol in psychological features of depression. Basic research shows that cortisol modulates brain processes that are highly relevant to depression (especially the neural substrates of negative biases in learning and memory formation). However, very few studies have directly examined the effects of cortisol on neural circuitry of learning in de...
The investigators will examine how treatment with sertraline for 12 weeks impacts frontal-striatal-thalamic circuitry (FSTC) in this OCD sample.
Our research aims to reveal whether the low b-values distribution and the number of NEX for each b value will influence the accuracy of pseudodiffusion parameter derived from IVIM in brain.
The purpose of this research study is to look at the brain's efficiency and ability to make up for deficits in the front of the brain to see if people living with HIV (PLWH) are still able to perform well on various cognitive tasks even though there are other underlying processes at work, like inflammation, that affect the brain in a negative way. Results of this study may provide insight into the pathophysiology of disease and may reveal arenas for future possible intervention...
Posttraumatic stress disorder occurs in patients who have experienced, witnessed or have been confronted with an event involving actual death or the threat of death, serious injury, or the threat to physical health and felt fear, helplessness, or horror. As a result, patients continue to re-experience, recollect, dream, or have flashbacks about the traumatic incident. Research on PTSD continues to show metabolic changes in specific areas of the brain in patients diagnos...
The purpose of the LINQ™ HF study is to characterize Reveal LINQ™ derived data from patients with heart failure by assessing the relationship between changes in LINQ™ derived data and other physiologic parameters with subsequent acute decompensated heart failure (ADHF) events.
The researcher can proved that certain compounds play an important role in the prevention of skin cancer. Researcher can use specific compounds, which classified as metabolic enzymes, and lower concentrations and complete absent in skin cancer cells. Researcher can biopsies of normal skin and precancerous or cancerous lesions, and can compare the concentrations of these compounds to determine the difference between the two areas. The result can lead to further understanding ...
The purpose of this study is to reveal the specific effects of computer-aided cognitive training on cerebral reorganization in schizophrenia
High relapse rates among substance dependent individuals are likely due to a combination of factors that involve limbic circuits in the brain involved in craving, including vulnerability to salient cues. Emerging data suggests that non-invasive, targeted brain stimulation may be able to modulate activity in these circuits and decrease craving. The primary goal of this pilot study is to determine the extent to which a single session of continuous theta burst stimulation (TBS) to...
Test a model of age related changes to brain circuitry and precognitive performance as predictors of emotion regulation ability and depressive symptoms
The proposed research program will investigate the changes in brain chemistry and circuitry that 're-wire' the brain during chronic cocaine use, promote relapse, and complicate treatment efforts. Currently-using and non-treatment-seeking individuals with a cocaine use disorder will undergo a cocaine self-administration paradigm 2-5 days prior to completing positron emission tomography (PET) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a significant public health problem, with 1.5-2.0 million Americans injured each year. Cognitive deficits, particularly in the domains of memory and attention are frequently the source of lingering disability after TBI and a source of enormous distress to the injured individuals and their family/caregivers. To date, interventions to ameliorate chronic cognitive deficits have been directed at either pharmacological interventions or cognitive reh...
The purpose of this study is to quantify the accuracy of the atrial fibrillation diagnostics of the Reveal® XT in a clinical setting and to verify overall system performance, R-wave sensing performance, to obtain user feedback, from both patient and physician, and collect data on device safety.
The Reveal LINQ Registry will generate reliable long-term "real world" data of product performance, economic valuation, site-of-service procedural information.