Gaurav Patel MD/PhD is an Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University and a Research Scientist at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. He received his MD and PhD at Washington University School of Medicine with Maurizio Corbetta and Larry Snyder. He then completed his psychiatry residency at Columbia University, continuing his PhD work with Vincent Ferrera. Afterwards he completed a T32 research fellowship with Daniel Javitt and has now joined the faculty at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute. For his work, Gaurav has received a number of awards, including a NARSAD Young Investigator Award in 2015, a K23 Career Development Award in 2016, and a David Mahoney Neuroimaging Award from the Dana Foundation in 2017. CV Research Gate
Juan Sanchez-Pena M.S, is a senior image analyst working on integrating the Human Connectome Project with our data acquisition.
Fabiola Plaza B.S, is known in the lab as being a constant source of auditory stimuli. She likes to fiddle around with fidl, and is working on analyzing the effects of different emotional and moving stimuli
Benjamin Srivastava, M.D. is a clinical and research fellow in Substance Use Disorders at Columbia University Medical Center and the New York State Psychiatric Institute. He received his M.D. from the University of Florida College of Medicine and completed his residency in general psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine. His current research interests include using advanced resting state functional imaging techniques to investigate changes in cortical-subcortical connectivity in substance use disorders that might predict relapse.
Nahian Chowdhury, is a junior at Barnard College pursuing her BA in Neuroscience and Behavior. She studies neural activation by naturalistic stimuli (pieman task) in the CHR and Szp populations.
The Twins” Safia Mirza and Danny Viera are rising sophomore’s at Vanderbilt and Cornnell Universities. The twins have been using matlab and workbench to correlate ROI’s in individuals with Szp and Healthy Controls to the average time series of the Healthy controls.
Marie Mathieu is a summer intern from Sorbonne University. She is working on the Neural Substrates of Social cognition Impairment in the Schizophrenia High Risk state.
Sophie Arkin, BS
Laura Bartel, BS
Daniel Ruiz-Betancourt B.A.
Yvette Dzumaga MD MBA
Johanne Solis MS