R. Alison Adcock, Duke University

Neuro- modulation & Interventional Paradigms for Mental Health

Thursday March 30 12:00 - 1:00PM

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Duke Hospital North, 2301 Erwin Road, Room 2002

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"Changing One's Mind: Learning Neuromodulation and Interventional Paradigms for Mental Health"

Dr. R. Alison Adcock is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences here at Duke. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Emory University and her MD and PhD in Neurobiology from Yale University. She completed her psychiatry residency training at Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute at UC-San Francisco and did neurosciences research as a postdoctoral fellow at UC-SF, the San Francisco VA Medical Center, and Stanford before joining the Duke faculty in 2007. Her work has been funded by NIDA, NIMH, NSF and Alfred P. Sloan and Klingenstein Fellowships in the Neurosciences, and the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, and honored by NARSAD awards, the 2012 National Academy of Sciences Seymour Benzer Lectureship, and the 2015 ABAI BF Skinner Lectureship. The overall goals of her research program are to understand how brain systems for motivation support learning and to use mechanistic understanding of how behavior changes biology to meet the challenge of developing new therapies appropriate for early interventions for mental illness.

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  • Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

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