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As a clinician scientist, Colin Depp’s research has focused on technology-based longitudinal assessment and real-time interventions in mental health, in particular mobile technology applications in serious mental illnesses. Dr. Depp has been fortunate to receive as PI several NIMH and VA grants, each concerned with evaluation of technology enhanced assessments and cognitive and behavioral real-time interventions. He is a co-investigator on several other NIH and foundation-funded projects that deliver multi-component behavioral interventions and incorporate use of technology to assess and modify suicide risk, cognitive ability, and other mental health outcomes. Dr. Depp is also the Director of Research Education and Training at the Clinical and Translational Research Institute at the University of California, San Diego and is active in the role of mentoring clinician scientists in multiple training programs. This position has led him to be increasingly involved in inter-disciplinary education programs, and developing team science in collaboration with clinicians, engineers, and bionformaticians, as well as in creating novel training opportunities in entrepreneurship in medical devices. Clinically, he is a practicing clinical psychologist in the VA San Diego where he mentors and clinically supervises residents, fellows, graduate students, and interns.
 

Student Poster Award Winners

Please join us in congratulating our Poster Award Winners from our Symposium on October 6th!

First Place

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Marcos Moliné, undergraduate researcher in the Molina Lab at UCSD Health, and MADURA (Mentorship for Advancing Diversity in Undergraduate Research on Aging) program student

Title: “Characterization of age-related bioenergetics in human fibroblasts”

Second Place (3 way tie)

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Miya Gentry, Doctoral Student, SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology

Title: “Presence of and search for meaning in life: early adversity and self-compassions role”

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Lucía Rivera, undergraduate researcher in the Molina Lab at UCSD Health, and MADURA (Mentorship for Advancing Diversity in Undergraduate Research on Aging) program student

Title: “Relationships Between Optimism and Pain in Older Adults”

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Emma Rice, second-year medical student, UCSD School of Medicine

Title: Correlations between activity levels and hippocampal tau using the CHAMPS questionnaire (Communities Healthy Activities Model Program for Seniors)

Trainee Poster Awards

First Place

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Nargis Ahmadi, undergraduate research assistant at Women Inflammation and Tau Study, UCSD Health

Title: “Vigor and Physical Activity Related to Low Tau Pathology in Older Women at Higher Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease”

Second Place

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Molly Patapoff, BA, Research Program Manager, Department of Psychiatry, UCSD Health

Title: Remotely-Administered Resilience and Self-Compassion Intervention Targeting Loneliness and Stress in Older Adults