REMEDY is an interdisciplinary team of researchers who aim to use clinical psychology and neuroscience to improve the lives of young people. We focus on understanding and developing interventions for mental health concerns that commonly arise in adolescence, like depression, anxiety, sleep problems, and self-injurious thoughts and behaviors.
Congratulations to Nathan Sollenberger and coauthors for this recent publication in the Journal of Child Psychiatry and Psychology entitled: More time awake after sleep onset is linked to reduced ventral striatum response to rewards in youth with anxiety. Read our blog post for more and a link to the article.
Congratulations to Saima Akbar and coauthors for this recent publication in the Journal of Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews entitled: Sleep to Internalizing Pathway in Young Adolescents (SIPYA): A proposed model. Read our blog post for more and a link to the article.
Florida International University
The amazing people that make up our team.See team