6/9/20: Finally! Our first study of eye-tracking of social situations in schizophrenia: individuals with schizophrenia don’t look at moving facial expressions in peripheral vision, affecting the ability to use vision to understand everyday social situations: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/psychological-medicine/article/what-you-see-is-what-you-get-visual-scanning-failures-of-naturalistic-social-scenes-in-schizophrenia/4A4C1EE5F71A528C598ED5A81975CD55
Marie Mathieu completed her poster !
Nahian Chowdhury completed her poster !
See Gaurav’s new commentary in this week’s edition of Biological Psychiatry!
Gaurav will be speaking at the Columbia Transational Neuroscience Initiative luncheon on 9/14, and at the Duality’s End conference at Austen Riggs on 9/29.
Gaurav was notified that he won a David Mahoney Neuroimaging Award from the Dana Foundation! This grant will allow the lab to extend its study of the TPJ-pSTS and visual scanning of social situations to individuals at high-risk for developing schizophrenia to see how these deficits develop.