Brendan E. Depue, PhD
Brendan E. Depue, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor and the Endowed Chair of Behavioral Brain Imaging in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences and Affiliate Assistant Professor in the Department of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology at the University of Louisville. For more information please see our laboratory: (N)euro(I)maging (L)aboratory of (C)ognitive, (A)ffective and (M)otoric Processes, (NILCAMP)!
Office: 202 Davidson
Lab: 202 Davidson
- Ph.D., 2009, University of Colorado at Boulder
I am a cognitive neuroscientist that uses multiple imaging methodologies to investigate the functional-neuroanatomical substrates underlying inhibitory and cognitive control and how this is organized in the PFC.
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Depue, B.E., Olson-Madden, J.H., Smolker, H.R., Rajamani, M., Brenner, L.A. & Banich, M.T. (2014). Reduced Amygdala Volume is associated with Deficits in Inhibitory Control: A Voxel and Surface-Based Morphometric Analysis of Comorbid PTSD/mTBI. BioMedical Research, Special Issue: Translational Neuroimaging in Mood and Anxiety Disorders.
Depue, B.E. (2012). A Neuroanatomical Model of Prefrontal Inhibitory Modulation of Memory Retrieval. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 36, 1382-1399. PMID: 22374224
Depue, B.E., Curran, T., & Banich, M.T. (2007). The Prefrontal Cortex Orchestrates the Suppression of Emotional Memories via a Two-Phase Process. Science, 317, 215-219 (Research Article). PMID: 17626877
Courses Often Taught
- Coming Spring '15 - Introduction to fMRI: Issues and Analyses