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  • Mental Healthcare at our Fingertips

    In his recent TEDx talk, “Mental Healthcare at Our Fingertips,” Professor John Curtin explores how two emerging technological innovations, digital therapeutics and personal sensing, can address the mental health crisis by delivering highly scalable treatment and other supports that can be precisely tailored to the specific needs of the person and their moment in time.

  • Perception Study May Explain Promising Depression Therapy

    A recent study from researchers Sounak Mohanta and Yuri Saalmann reveals the importance of a specific type of connection between brain cells and may also explain ketamine’s promise as a treatment for depression. “Blocking negative predictions that are prominent in depressed patients could be how ketamine helps,” Saalmann says.

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