The Anxiety and Depression Research Center (ARC) at Southern Methodist University (SMU) specializes in basic and applied
research of anxiety, mood, and affect dysregulation disorders. Current research includes investigations of novel treatment approaches for anxiety and depression, biomarkers in anxiety disorders and chronic disease (asthma), fear extinction mechanisms of exposure therapy, and mediators and moderators in individuals with affective dysregulations, including non-suicidal self-injury.
10/16 Doctoral student, Natalie Tunnell presents "Pathways of Multidimensional Change during In-Vivo Exposure in Panic Disorder" at ABCT in New York
9/16 Undergraduate research assistants Candace Johnson and Rebecca Kim are awarded the Hamilton Undergraduate Research Award.
7/16 Doctoral students Natalie Tunnell and Andres Roque join Anxiety and Depression Research Center at SMU
10/15 - Dr. Meuret and Dr. Ritz receive 4-year $2 million NIH U grant to develop pediatric asthma monitor in collaboration with investigators at U-Maryland [news release]
10/15 - Congratulations to Juliet Kroll on her Award for Excellence in Student Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Advancement of Respiratory Psychophysiology in Seville/Spain
6/15 - Congratulation to our freshman research assistant Stephen Chamberlain for his first, first-authored publication on the Flight-Flight Response. Way to go, Stephen!
3/15 - Publication on "High cortisol awakening response and cortisol levels moderate exposure-based psychotherapy success" is now In Press in Psychoneuroendocrinology. Congrats Ana, Thomas, and Alicia!
5/15 - Congratulations Noelle on your first-author publication on "Investigating the role of self-disgust in non-suicidal self-injury" in Archives of Suicide Research.
1/15 - Dr. Meuret has started her term as president of the International Society for the Advancement of Respiratory Psychophysiology (ISARP).