We are a cognitive, affective, and clinical neuroscience lab in the Psychology Department
and the Center for Cognitive and Brain Health at Northeastern University.
Here at the Epic Brain Lab, our primary mission is to understand the brain basis of psychiatric disorders and to promote translation of this knowledge into clinical practice. We employ multimodal neuroimaging techniques to investigate the pathophysiology of psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders such as schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, autism and ADHD.
We focus on early detection, precision psychiatry, innovative treatments, and causal mechanisms. Each facet addresses a different critical barrier, and promotes a better understanding of clinical disorders and their treatments.
Imagine a future where our children could get help before they are in mental health crisis through early detection, get individualized interventions with precision psychiatry and have options for non-invasive innovative treatments based on causal mechanisms that are well understood? Our mission is to use neuroscience to help facilitate a path that will guide current and future generations to happier, healthier lives.
The Epic Brain Lab aims to overcome the barriers that prevent effective treatment by bridging the gap between clinical populations and effective tools & interventions.
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The EPIC Brain Lab is looking to hire a full-time Clinical Research Assistant! If you are clinically licensed in MA and have an interest in mindfulness, depression, and a passion for working with...
Q&A: Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli on Managing Anxiety and Depression with Mindfulness-Based fMRI Neurofeedback
Check out this great Q&A article from Gary Boas over at Martinos Imaging Center. The article is an interview of our very own PI Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli, and touches on some of our work helping...