ACTSI Investigator Dr. Helen Mayberg in the News

Helen Mayberg, MD, ACTSI investigator, professor of psychiatry, neurology and radiology and Dorothy Fuqua Chair in Psychiatric Neuroimaging and Therapeutics at the Emory University School of Medicine. 

Science Magazine | Tiny zaps boost memory
February 8, 2012  

Neighbor Newspapers | Decatur woman braves depression
April 4, 2012  

Science News | Why emotions are attention-getters
April 10, 2012

The Charlie Rose Show | Brain Series 2: Depression
May 28, 2012

Psychiatry News | Technique offers hope for treatment-resistant depression
June 15, 2012

Washington Post | Daniel Amen is the most popular psychiatrist in America. To most researchers and scientists, that's a very bad thing.
August 9, 2012
Rock Hill Herald | Brain & Behavior Research Foundation invests $11.9 million in NARSAD grants for a new generation of mental health research
August 16, 2012  

BBC | Digital human
November 6, 2012  

Science News | Brain stimulation alters depressive symptoms in mice
December 12, 2012 | Deep brain stimulation an alternative option
January 3, 2013  

Houston Chronicle | Deep brain stimulation holds potential to treat multiple disorders
April 23, 2013

Emory News Center WHSC | Brain scans may help predict best depression treatment
June 12, 2013

Time | Talk therapy or antidepressant? A brain scan predicts which works best for your depression
June 17, 2013

Helen Mayberg (psychiatry, neurology and radiology) received the 2013 Joan and Stanford Alexander Award in Psychiatry, which honors significant contributions in research, education and clinical or community service for people suffering from severe mental illness. She also received the 25th Annual Pasarow Foundation Award for outstanding neuropsychiatric research.