Precision Preventions and Diagnostics
HUMAN CONNECTOME PROJECT FOR DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY
The Human Connectome Project for Depression and Anxiety is transforming our understanding of depression, anxiety and mood disorders based on high resolution imaging of the brain’s connectomes and biotypes. This study is funded through the NIH Human Connectome Project. It leverages an unparalleled compilation of data to achieve never before realized conclusions about the living human brain and how the brain is disrupted in depression and anxiety.
In response to the staggering mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have launched the IRIS Neurostudy. This study focuses on improving our understanding of the postinfection impact of SARS-CoV-2 on mental health symptoms and accompanying disruptions to concentration and brain function over a 12-month timeframe. By better understanding the impact, we can also identify and tailor treatment options.
Through Catalyst, we are developing a cutting-edge wearable technology for monitoring stress that is suited to brain health applications. Evidence from our studies connects metrics from the wearable to symptoms and brain imaging biotypes for mental health.