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Applications:
Clinical Research, Human Subjects Trials and Intervention Studies, Learning Health Systems, Medical Imaging, Mental Health, Mobile Devices, Networks, Psychology
Methodologies:
Image Data Processing and Analysis

Stephan F. Taylor

Professor of Psychiatry

Psychiatry


Affiliation(s):

Psychology

STEPHAN F. TAYLOR is a professor of psychiatry and Associate Chair for Research and Research Regulatory Affairs in the Department of Psychiatry; and an adjunct professor of psychology.

His work uses brain mapping and brain stimulation to study and treat serious mental disorders such as psychosis, refractory depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Data science techniques area applied in the analysis of high dimensional functional magnetic resonance imaging datasets and meso-scale brain networks, using supervised and unsupervised techniques to interrogate brain-behavior correlations relevant for psychopathological conditions. Clinical-translation work with brain stimulation, primarily with transcranial magnetic stimulation, is informed by mapping meso-scale networks to guide treatment of conditions such as depression. Future work seeks to use machine learning to identify treatment predictors and match individual patients to specific treatments.