Brain Imaging

Four Subtypes of Autism Spectrum Disorder Are Distinguished, Helping to Explain Individual Differences in Symptoms
Researchers led by a BBRF grantee have used a large set of neuroimaging data to identify distinct sets of alterations in functional connectivity that may help explain differences among individuals… Read More
Patterns in Brain Network Activity Reveal Distinct Biological Subtypes of Depression
From BBRF's Brain & Behavior Magazine - July 2019 Issue Conor Liston, M.D., Ph.D. aims for more precise diagnosis and individualized treatment Dr. Conor Liston, a 2013 BBRF Young Investigator, is… Read More
Brain Network Changes May Explain Resilience to Childhood Abuse
Brain researchers have known for years that people who are abused in childhood often suffer serious impairments, including a high risk of developing psychiatric disorders, from anxiety and depression… Read More
Researchers Train Computers to Identify a Biological Signature of Bipolar Disorder
Researchers continue to make progress in their search for biological markers of mental illness. Such markers, if they can be scientifically validated, are widely expected to make diagnosis and risk… Read More
Machine-learning Helped Identify Newly Diagnosed Schizophrenia Patients and Predicted Treatment Response
Using machine-learning techniques to analyze functional imaging data, a team of Foundation-supported researchers reports that it was able to identify the presence of schizophrenia in 78 percent of a… Read More