2017 Annual Meeting Institute 2 Notebook
2017 Annual Meeting Institute 2 Notebook
All too often, clinicians and some researchers feel shut out of the ways neuroimaging is advancing child psychiatry due to excessively technical terminology, methods, etc. This Institute seeks to break down those barriers, to ensure attendees, whether clinician, researcher, or both, understand the latest in applications of neuroimaging to child and adolescent psychiatry. Areas addressed include how neuroimaging informs our understanding of psychiatric disorders compared to typical development; how psychiatric diagnosis and practice are being revolutionized through the development of biomarkers; how resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulations (rTMS) are being utilized in diagnosis and therapy; and the challenges associated with broader use of neuroimaging data. Participants receive a comprehensive examination of how neuroimaging research is relevant to child and adolescent psychiatry practice, how the challenges associated with neuroimaging datasets can be addressed, and how to make neuroimaging more reproducible and transparent in the future.
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