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Stress and
Neuromodulation Lab

Emory University School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

The Stress and Neuromodulation Lab (SNL) is a research group at Emory University (Atlanta, USA) led by Dr. Sanne van Rooij.
Our research uses neuroimaging, neuromodulation, and psychophysiology to gain deeper insights into the mechanisms of resilience and recovery from traumatic stress. Our goal is to identify biobehavioral predictors and mechanistic targets to advance the development of innovative therapeutics to promote resilience and mental well-being. 

The SNL is a research group within the Grady Trauma Project where we believe it is our responsibility to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion internally, externally, and in all aspects of our research. We seek to create a safe environment in which individuals are free to be themselves and those with diverse backgrounds, identities, experiences, and viewpoints are welcome. Fostering a positive and encouraging atmosphere for all is our mission and we are committed to combatting the multiple aspects of academia, science, and research that are not equitable and impose the systemic exclusion and oppression of marginalized people.

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