Director: Yuval Neria, PhD, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University Medical Center

Mission: The Trauma and PTSD Program is committed to improving the lives of people affected by trauma.

Team: The team includes trauma and PTSD research experts, trauma clinicians, and post-doc fellows. 

Our Goals:

  •  Developing neuroscience-informed treatments for PTSD Advancing cutting-edge research on the neurobiological mechanisms of PTSD and resilience, by using advanced brain-imaging methods  Developing innovative trauma care in low and middle income countries
  •  Advancing the research of extreme traumatic events, including disasters, terrorism, and wars

We are currently recruiting for several research studies:

Assessing the efficacy of a novel therapy, attention-bias-modification treatment (ABMT), in individuals with PTSD (IRB# 6688). Click here for more information.

Investigating the role of the hippocampus in the development and maintenance of PTSD using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) (IRB# 6650). Click here for more information.

For more information, please call Katharine Reiner at 646-774-8104