Current Research


The Human Connectome Project aims to provide an unparalleled compilation of neural data, an interface to graphically navigate this data and the opportunity to achieve never before realized conclusions about the living human brain.

The Research on Anxiety and Depression (RAD) study is aimed at developing a new understanding of anxiety and depression.

StopWatch is a project aimed at developing a tool for young people with Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) using the Apple Watch.

The purpose of the Research on Anxiety and Depression: Computer-Assisted Therapy (RAD-CAT) study is to examine how online self-guided programs can improve mood and anxiety symptoms. 
RAD-CAT Study

The purpose of the Research on Anxiety and Depression: Computer-Assisted Therapy (RAD-CAT) study is to examine how online self-guided programs can improve mood and anxiety symptoms. 

The Stanford Catalyst for Collaborative Solutions is a new initiative with a bold mission – to create an open space to explore uncommon interdisciplinary solutions to our world’s most pressing problems.


 

The RAINBOW-ENGAGE study uses neuroimaging, virtual reality, and passive smartphone sampling to understand the bases of depression and obesity.

The Precision Psychiatry Continuity Clinic Project is a unique first-in-the-nation project aimed at integrating a thorough understanding of symptoms, neuroscience, and brain circuits into psychiatry treatment.