Congratulations! Our paper is accepted by Frontiers in Psychiatry (IF=3.161).
In this study, we introduced the study protocol of the SPRIM study, which is the first prospective cohort study of transdiagnostic high-risk concepts using proteomic biomarkers. This study has a paradigm that encompasses various diseases without aiming at predicting and preventing the development of a specific mental illness in help-seeking individuals.
Congratulations! Our paper is accepted by Psychiatry Investigation (IF=1.333).
This finding suggests that striatal subregions have strengthened FC with extensive cortical regions, which may reflect neural correlates of compulsive and anxious symptoms in OCD patients. This result contributes to an improved understanding of OCD pathophysiology by complementing the current evidence regarding striatal FC.
More specifically, the 1st author of this study, currently an undergraduate student (Junha Park), published a paper conducted through a lab internship program.
Congratulations! Our paper is accepted by Psychological Medicine (IF=5.641).
Our CWAS study based on the Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) provides novel evidence for the circuit-level functional dysconnectivity associated with obsession and delusion severity across diagnostic boundaries. Further refinement and accumulation of biomarkers from studies embedded within the RDoC framework would provide useful information in treating individuals who have some obsession or delusion symptoms but cannot be identified by the category of clinical symptoms alone.
We are always looking for research coordinates or volunteers interested in our work to join the lab. You must be able to commit a minimum of 6 hours per week. To join, please send a CV, and a one page letter of interest (English or Korean) to Tae Young Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
Tae Young Lee was received a research grant of Biomedical Research Institute of Pusan National University Yangsan Hospital. Research title is “Developing a circuit-based mental illness AI diagnosis platform using fNIRS” and the study is scheduled for two years.