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What we do

The research in Dr. Neacsiu's lab focuses on developing novel treatments and improving existing psychotherapies for transdiagnostic difficulties with emotions using affective neuroscience, neuro-modulation, psychophysiology and mobile technology.

Affiliations

Funding

RESEARCH GRANTS

Active

1/23-10/27            National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), “Neurostimulation Enhanced Cognitive Restructuring for Transdiagnostic Emotional Dysregulation: A Component Analysis” R01MH129302-01 (PI: Andrada D. Neacsiu)

Completed

10/19-10/21          REAM, Milken Institute Misophonia Grant Program

07/19 – 07/20       Duke Facilities Core Voucher (PI: Andrada D. Neacsiu)

07/17- 06/20         Duke CTSA KL2 Career Development Award (PI: Andrada D. Neacsiu)

07/17 – 11/17       Duke School of Medicine Faculty Flex Voucher (PI: Andrada D. Neacsiu)

01/16 – 06/17       Duke School of Medicine Faculty Flex Voucher (PI: Andrada D. Neacsiu)

03/16 – 03/18       Duke PRIDe Award, Neurostimulation Enhanced Cognitive Restructuring: A Proof of Concept Study, (PI: Andrada D. Neacsiu)

09/15 – 01/19       Brain and Behavior Foundation NARSAD Young Investigator Award, Neurostimulation Enhanced Cognitive Restructuring: A Proof of Concept Study, NARSAD24150 (PI: Andrada D. Neacsiu)

12/10 – 12/11        American Psychological Association Dissertation Award, DBT Skills for Treatment of Emotion Dysregulation in Axis I Disorders (P.I. Neacsiu)

Collaborations

09/18 – present     Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Research Seed Grant, A Neurocognitive Model of Distancing (PI: LaBar, Kevin)

09/18 – present     DIBS Germinator Award, Testing a Neurocognitive Model of Emotional Distancing Using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (PI: LaBar, Kevin)

09/09 – 12/10         National Institute of Drug Abuse, DBT Skills Central 1R43DA027251-01 (PI: Dimeff, Linda)