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Psychiatry and Disorders

Psychiatry and Disorders

Most neuropsychiatric disorders are now regarded as network disorders. This is in contrast to earlier lesion-based or neurotransmitter-based theories of etiology. Led by Dr. Bindu Menon, Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine is planning research into brain networks focusing on resting state, salience networks, and the task-based central executive networks to investigate the deficits in the higher brain centers in major mental illnesses. We would also be collaborating with other departments and centers to explore the disorders in network behavior at an extensive scale.

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