Taylor et. al. publish article on antidepressant treatment response in late-life depression

Warren Taylor, M.D., James G Blakemore Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, served as an author on the recently published article "Influences of resting-state intrinsic functional brain connectivity on the antidepressant treatment response in late-life depression." The article appears in the journal Psychological Medicine and details how connectivity between brain regions measured before treatment may predict response to common antidepressant medications.  This work was led by Mr. Ryan Ahmed, a Vanderbilt University medical student, and involved other faculty and staff in the Vanderbilt Center for Cognitive Medicine.

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