MD, PhD, Stanford University
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine
Office: 586 SPH/PI
Lab: 532 SPH/PI
Phone: (312) 413-4562
Web Site: CoNECt Project Home Page
The goal of my research is to understand the pathophysiology of mood disorders in the context of medical co-morbidities and late life using novel magnetic resonance imaging techniques. Our group focuses on using structural and functional brain connectivity to study the brain as a network. Using these modalities, we have developed innovative ways of discovering brain changes associated with mood disorders that may lead to patient-specific targets for intervention and treatment.
Ajilore, O., Vizueta, N., Walshaw, P., Zhan, L., Leow, A., & Altshuler, L.L. Connectome signatures of neurocognitive abnormalities in euthymic bipolar I disorder. J. Psychiatr. Res., 68 (2015) 37-44.
Tadayonnejad, R., Yang, S., Kumar, A., & Ajilore, O. Clinical, cognitive, and functional connectivity correlations of resting-state intrinsic brain activity alterations in unmedicated depression. J. Affect. Disord., 172 (2015) 241-250.
Ajilore, O., Lamar, M., Leow, A., Zhang, A., Yang, S., & Kumar, A. Graph theory analysis of cortical-subcortical networks in late-life depression. Am. J. Geriatr. Psychiatry, 22 (2014) 195-206.
Tadayonnejad, R., Yang, S., Kumar, A., & Ajilore, O. Multimodal brain connectivity analysis in unmedicated late-life depression. PLoS One, 9 (2014) e96033.