Neural Networks Associated with Anxiety Based Disorders and Traumatic Brain Injury

Presentation:

Neural Networks Associated with Anxiety-Based Disorders and Traumatic Brain Injury

Learning objectives: 

  • Learn the basic neuroanatomy and neural networks associated with anxiety disorders and brain injury
  • Understand the functional and treatment implications of these anatomical findings.

 

David Tate, Ph.D. is a clinical neuropsychologist trained at Brigham Young University and Brown Medical School. He is heavily involved in medical imaging research used to examine a number of developmental, clinical, and medical disorders including traumatic brain injury and HIV. Dr. Tate has held faculty appointments at Brown University, Boston University, Harvard Medical School, and University of Texas Health Science Center. Dr. Tate has an active funded research program that explores the biological and cognitive benefits of cognitive rehabilitation treatments for service members with a traumatic brain injury. He also supports the Neuroimaging Core for the Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium (CENC) which is a multicenter DoD/VA funded collaborative effort to study the long-term effects of mild traumatic brain injury among US service members and veterans.

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