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LIBR investigator receives K99/R00 grant from NIMH

Mar 31, 2014 in Grants
Kym Young Ph.D. receives a five – year K99/R00 ( pathway to independence) grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to investigate a new neurobehavioral treatment for major depressive disorder.  + full story


Two LIBR researchers got a Trainee Travel Award

Mar 5, 2014 in Grants
LIBR researchers Maurizio Bergamino Ph.D. and Han Yuan Ph.D. were awarded a Trainee Travel Awards to The ISMRM meeting in Milan, Italy.  + full story


NEW paper by LIBR investigators

Mar 4, 2014 in Papers
Paper titled "Trait impulsivity is related to ventral ACC and amygdala activity during primary reward anticipation" by Kara Kerr et. al has been published in SCAN Journal. Congrats, Kara Kerr!  + full story


LIBR Investigator in Tulsa World

Feb 5, 2014 in Events
Follow us on Facebook to learn more about LIBR and keep up with all of our latest news.  + full story


NEW paper by LIBR Investigators

Sep 30, 2013 in Papers
Paper titled: "Category-specific integration of homeostatic signals in caudal but not rostral human insula." by Kyle Simmons et al. has been published in the Journal Nature Neuroscience.  + full story


LIBR got visitor!

Aug 12, 2013 in Events
Michael Brose, Executive Director of Mental Health Association in Tulsa volunteered to have his brain scanned at LIBR.   + full story


Movie Night: "Head Games"

Apr 16, 2013 in Events
Event sponsored by LIBR, Tulsa Hurricane, and OU-Tulsa will start at 6 PM on June 6th, 2013 in the Gussman Auditorium Lorton Performance Center at the University of Tulsa. Please join the group for discussion about concussion crisis in American sports.   + full story


Paper by OU/LIBR Graduate Student accepted for publication

Jan 24, 2013 in Papers
Paper by Maryam Falahpour - OU/LIBR Graduate Student has been accepted for publication in Neuroimage.  + full story


AFOSR awards grant to LIBR investigator

Nov 21, 2012 in Grants
LIBR investigator and Director of Cognitive Neuroscience, Patrick Bellgowan Ph.D., receives a four year grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. The purpose of awarded study is to investigate the neurobiological substrates of trust behaviors, particularly as they relate to cyberspace.  + full story


LIBR Investigator receives research grant from the Department of Defense

Sep 27, 2012 in Grants
LIBR Investigator and Director of fMRI Facility, Jerzy Bodurka Ph.D., receives a three year research grant to investigate a new idea that individuals suffering from combat-related PTSD can be trained to control activity in brain regions that are involved in emotion.  + full story


LIBR receives another K01 grant from NIMH

Sep 13, 2012 in Grants
LIBR Investigator Jonathan Savitz Ph.D., receives a five - year career development award (K01 grant) to identify the biological pathway through which inflammation affects brain structure and function in Major Depressive Disorder.  + full story


LIBR Investigators receive R01 NIH grant

Sep 5, 2012 in Grants
LIBR Investigators receive a four–year R01 grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to study interrelationships between inflammatory transcripts, genes and positive valence system function in anhedonia.  + full story


LIBR Investigator receives the Young Investigator Award 2012

Aug 10, 2012 in Grants
LIBR Investigator Ruben P. Alvarez, Ed.D. receives the Young Investigator Award from the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation (formerly NARSAD) to study emotional processing and pain responsivity.   + full story


A protocol for a proof-of-concept clinical trial by LIBR investigators

Feb 29, 2012 in Papers
Minocycline and aspirin in the treatment of bipolar depression: a protocol for a proof-of-concept, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, 2x2 clinical trial has been published in British Medical Journal.  + full story


LIBR Investigator receives K01 NIH grant

Feb 16, 2012 in Grants
LIBR Investigator Kyle Simmons Ph.D. receives a five-year K01 grant to study the neural systems underlying Major Depressive Disorder.   + full story