Twain Dai is a PhD student in the Brain Plasticity Lab. Her research will explore a precision medicine approach to identify clinically useful MRI biomarkers that predict susceptibility and guide neuromodulation for depression. Her project will take a novel approach of studying in parallel: preclinical rodent models in which the onset of depression-like symptoms can be controlled and human clinical trials. The main aim of her project is to build an evidence base for applying multimodal MRI to guide prevention and precision neuromodulation for depression through integrating preclinical and clinical streams.

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