Alex Korb, Ph.D.

Alex Korb

Alex Korb, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral researcher in neuroscience at UCLA. He earned a BS in neuroscience from Brown University in 2002, and his Ph.D. at UCLA in 2010. He is a postdoctoral scholar at UCLA., and is developing therapeutic focused ultrasound neuromodulation for treatment of mental and neurological disorders. His other research interests include using measurements of brain activity in depressed patients to predict antidepressant treatment response. He works as a scientific consultant. Outside of the lab he coaches the UCLA women's ultimate frisbee team, where he uses his knowledge of brain and behavior to unlock their peak performance. Lastly, he is currently writing a book on the neuroscience of depression - coming out March 2015 from New Harbinger.

 

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Anti depressants have never worked for me. I suffer winter depression which goes on when weather is bad but its England so suffer a bit. In fact prozac made me feel speeded up but depressed. I can't think of any happy events. Memory blocked out but exercise is best thing if you are positive enough to do it.Someone said if you act confident it changes chemicals in the brain. I'd like to try mindfulness but does it really work?

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