Dr. Malapani, MD, PhD, director since 2001 of the Temporal Cognition Laboratoty at NYSPI, Division of Biopsychology, has twenty years experience in the field of Cognitive Neuroscience.
She was awarded a medical degree from The National University of Athens in 1983 and interned at the University Hospital of Neurosurgery in Paris, receiving ...
J. John Mann MD, is The Paul Janssen Professor of Translational Neuroscience (in Psychiatry and in Radiology) and Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University. He is Director of Research and Director of Molecular Imaging and the Neuropathology Division at the New York State Psychiatric Institute.
Dr. Mann is ...
Dr. Martinez is a psychiatrist whose research focus on using Positron Emission Tomography (PET) radiotracer imaging to investigate the neurochemistry of addiction in the human brain. Her work uses PET imaging to detect the neurological changes that occur in drug and alcohol addiction, and whether these biomarkers for addiction are associated with the ...
I have led an epidemiological investigation of Alzheimer disease and related conditions known as the Washington Heights-Inwood Community Aging Project over a period of 18 years. We study the rates and risk factors for Alzheimer' disease among elderly from African-American and Caribbean Hispanic. I also directs a genetic study of Alzheimer's disease ...
Dr. McGrath's research has focussed on the clinical psychopharmacologic treatment of mood disorders, including anxiety and co-morbid substance use disorders such as alcoholism.
Mental Health, Risk and Resilience, and Behavioral Health (sexual and drug risk behavior, adherence to treatment) in children, adolescents and families affected by HIV globally
Primary research interests:
Developmental psychobiology of gender and sexuality. Intersexuality / Disorders of Sex development.
Gender identity disorders.
Sexual risk behavior.
Assessment of gender and sexuality.
The Moore laboratory uses rodent and non-human primate preparations to model potential pathogenic mechanisms and treatment targets in schizophrenia and affective disorders. Specifically we focus on neurobehavioral systems, relating structural neuropathology to neural circuit function and, ultimately to behavior.
Dr. Myers’ research is focused on understanding of the consequences of and mechanisms underlying effects of early mother/infant interactions on neurobehavioral development.