The Psychiatric Neuroimaging Program, located on the 3rd floor of the Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital, offers research space specifically designed for the conduct of psychiatric research.
Facilities and Equipment
- Multiple offices for principal investigators.
- 19 research bays for desk space for RAs, students, and fellows.
- Multiple, state of the art brain imaging analysis computer systems.
- Brainvoyager, SPM, and other brain analysis software.
- Physical examination and phlebotomy room.
- 2 subject testing and interview rooms.
- Eye tracking and head movement systems.
- Physiological monitoring systems (EKG, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, galvanic skin conductance).
- Conference/meeting room.
- Local and remote server for data backup and storage.
The following policies are pertinent to internal operations of the Psychiatric Neuroimaging program. Links to external documents are provided when relevant.
Psychiatric Neuroimaging Program Personnel List
Document that gives contact information for personnel in the Vanderbilt Psychiatric Neuroimaging Program.
Document (Requires vuNET ID)
Scientific Publication Policy
The Vanderbilt Psychiatric Neuroimaging Program recommends that affiliated investigators follow guidelines provided by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors regarding Biomedical Publications.
Study Regulatory Binders
PowerPoint presentation on the components of study regulatory binders and resources to aid in binder construction. Information in the presentation was taken from the Clinical Research Immersion Course (offered by Research Support Services) and adapted for PNP use. Included are two relevant checklists for study binders. PowerPoint compiled by Gavin Lillevig.
Study File Documents Checklist
Computer Hardware and Software Purchasing Guidelines
Guidelines to be used when a computer hardware or software purchase is required.
Shared Analysis Computer Scheduling
Document that explains how to access shared analysis computers located in the Vanderbilt Psychiatric Neuroimaging Program.
Floor plan of the Psychiatric Neuroimaging Program Suite
Graphic representation of the Psychatric Neuroimaging Program suite that includes room numbers and cubicle bay numbers.