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Cognitive Development & Neuroimaging Lab

Current Studies

  • Pediatric OCD & CBT Study
    Principal Investigators: Rachel Marsh, PhD; Kate Fitzgerald, MD
  • An MRI Study for Healthy Children and Adolescents (ages 5 to 17)
    Principal Investigator: Rachel Marsh, PhD
  • The NVLD Project MRI Study of Children and Adolescents (ages 7 to 16)
    Principal Investigator: Amy Margolis, PhD; Co-Investigator: Rachel Marsh, PhD
  • A Longitudinal Multimodal MRI Study of Intergenerational Transmission of Deficits in Self-Regulatory Control 
    Principal Investigators: Rachel Marsh, PhD; Catherine Monk, PhD; Marisa Spann, PhD
  • A Longitudinal Multimodal MRI Study of Adolescents with Bulimia Nervosa
    Principal Investigator: Rachel Marsh, PhD
    This is an NIH-funded MRI study of adolescents with bulimia nervosa (BN) that is aimed at understanding neural factors that might contribute to illness persistence. Recruitment for this study is currently closed, as we are now analyzing our longitudinal data. 
  • PROMISE Project Reading Study
    Principal Investigator: Amy Margolis, PhD; Co-Investigator: Rachel Marsh, PhD
    This study is aimed at understanding the neural correlates of reading disorder in children. Recruitment for this study is currently closed and data analysis is underway. 
  • Frontostriatal Dysfunction in Female Adolescents and Young Adults with Nonsuicidal Self-Injury (NSSI)
    Principal Investigator: Christa D. Labouliere, PhD; Co-Investigator: Rachel Marsh, PhD
     

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