ACTSI Investigator Dr. Helen Mayberg in the News

Helen Mayberg, MD, FRCPC, is an ACTSI investigator, Neurologist and professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Neurology and Radiology at Emory University School of Medicine

Wall Street Journal | Wiring the brain, literally, to treat stubborn disorders
January 17, 2012

Deep Brain Stimulation Shows Promise in Treating Bipolar Depression
January 9, 2012

USA Today | Scientific American | CBS42.com | TimeColonist.com | Doctor's Lounge | Medscape.com | Study looks at deep brain stimulation in bipolar patients
January 7, 2012

PsychCentral.com | TruthDive.com | TG Daily | Deep brain stimulation appears effective for depression, bipolar disorder
January 5, 2012

Nature.com | Brain electrodes fix depression long term
January 3, 2012

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| More evidence that deep brain stimulation may help treat mental illness
January 2, 2012

ABC Radio National | Deep brain stimulation surgery
November 22, 2011

MedIndia.net | Targeted deep brain stimulation to counter severe depression
November 20, 2011

Businesswire.com | St. Jude medical study results confirm benefit of treating patients suffering from severe depression with deep brain stimulation
November 18, 2011

EmpowerHER.com | Depression and Brodmann Area 25
October 17, 2011

The Agenda | Deep Brain Stimulation
July 1, 2011

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