The BaCH Tech Lab uses digital technology to understand the causes and consequences of variations in brain and cognitive functioning. Take a look at our research page to learn more about our current projects. Or you can go to TestMyBrain.org to join the 2 million people who have already participated in one of our research studies.
Welcome to our newest lab members Eliza Huang, Delores Nwokeafor-Laz, and Niels Wright, who started as undergraduate research assistants this month. And welcome back to Eliza Passell, a former undergraduate research assistant in the lab who just rejoined us as a full-time clinical research assistant!
Congratulations to our undergraduates Jasmine Kaduthodil, Claire Peterson, Allison Tassone, Emily Wu, Dana Zeng, Olivia Nicholson, and Eliza Passell who all graduated college this month. We can’t wait to follow your illustrious careers!
Huge congratulations to Jasmine Kaduthodil who was just awarded a Fulbright scholarship to do research in Nepal. The Fulbright is considered to be one of the most widely recognized and prestigious scholarships in the world. Go Jasmine!
Congratulations also to lab alumnus, David Dodell-Feder, whose paper “Epidemiological Dimensions of Social Anhedonia” (reporting on patterns of social anhedonia in a large sample collected through TestMyBrain.org) was just accepted for publication in Clinical Psychological Science.
(April 3rd was a pretty good day!)
After getting admitted just about everywhere, our own Sarah Vogel has accepted a place as a doctoral student at the Neuroscience and Education Lab in the NYU Department of Applied Psychology. Congrats Sarah!
Welcome to Olivia Nicholson (Tufts University), Dana Zeng (Brandeis University), Alison Tassone (Brandeis University), and Emily Wu (Brandeis University), who started as undergraduate research assistants this month!
Welcome to the newest addition to our lab, Luke Scheuer! Luke joins us as a recent grad from Bowdoin College, where he studied biochemistry and mathematics.
We also hosted the inaugural McLean Technology in Psychiatry Summit at Harvard Medical School, where we brought together leaders from academia, health care, and industry for two days of conversation about the emerging role of technology in psychiatry. We had over 200 attendees this year, and look forward to Summits to come!
Welcome to Lauren Rutter (PhD, Boston University) and David Dodell-Feder (PhD, Harvard University), who started as postdoctoral research fellows this summer. Also, three cheers for McLean Hospital for being #1 (again) in Adult Psychiatry nationwide.
The BaCH Tech Lab and Institute for Technology in Psychiatry are organizing the Technology in Psychiatry Summit: Building a More Accessible Future. Registration is OPEN. Check out the conference website for a full program, registration information, and more.
A warm welcome to our new BaCH Tech summer lab members: Jasmine Kaduthodil (Wellesley College), Eliza Passell (University of Chicago), and Claire Peterson (Northeastern University)!
We are currently offering volunteer and paid research opportunities for motivated undergraduate and postgraduate students who are able to commit full or part-time during Summer 2017. If you are interested in joining the BaCH Tech Lab and gaining research experience in mental health, digital neuropsychology, and/or participant engagement, please contact us with your curriculum vitae and a brief cover letter describing your interests and any previous research, mental health, or technology experience.
Save the date! The BaCH Tech Lab and Institute for Technology in Psychiatry are organizing the Technology in Psychiatry Summit: Building a More Accessible Future. The event will be held at the J.B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA on November 6-7, 2017.
We are hiring a full-time postdoctoral research fellow! Click here to learn more about the position and apply.
The BaCH Tech Lab is officially launched within the McLean Institute for Technology in Psychiatry. Hello World!