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Investigator

Argyris Stringaris, M.D., Ph.D.

Mood Brain & Development Unit (MBDU)

Emotion and Development Branch (E&D)
Building 15K Room 206

Bethesda MD 20892
Office: (301) 443-8019


argyris.stringaris@nih.gov

Argyris Stringaris, M.D., Ph.D., MRCPsych researches and treats depression and related conditions in young people. He trained in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the Maudsley Hospital in London (MRCPsych) and received his PhD from the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. He served as an Attending Physician (Consultant Psychiatrist) at the National and Specialist Mood Disorder Clinic at the Maudsley and was a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry. He held an advanced Wellcome Trust fellowship and his research was funded by the National Institute of Health Research and the UK Biomedical Centre. His work on mood disorders has been awarded the 2014 Klingenstein Foundation Prize by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the 2010 Research Prize from the European Psychiatric Association (EPA). His most recent book (co-authored with Eric Taylor) was published by Oxford University Press and awarded a High Commendation by the British Medical Association (2016).



Dr. Stringaris is interested in how mood is generated and maintained and seeks to use this knowledge in order to improve the treatment of young people with depression and related conditions. He uses neuroimaging, epidemiology and treatment studies (cognitive behavioral therapy and medication) to probe brain mechanisms involved in mood and emotion processing. He has a special interest in reward processing and how it relates to patient’s feelings and decision making. A central part of his work is to improve the way we measure mood using multimethod-multisource approaches.

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  • 1) Mikita N, Simonoff E, Pine DS, Goodman R, IMAGEN consortium, Stringaris A. (2016)
  • Disentangling the autism-anxiety overlap: fMRI of reward processing in a community-based longitudinal study
  • Translational Psychiatry, 6(6):e845
  • 2) Mikita N, Mehta MA, Zelaya FO, Stringaris A. (2015)
  • Using arterial spin labeling to examine mood states in youth
  • Brain and Behaviour, 5(6):e00339.
  • 3) Stringaris A, Vidal-Ribas Belil P, Artiges E*, Lemaitre H, Gollier-Briant F, Wolke S, Vulser H et al. (2015)
  • The brain’s response to reward anticipation and depression in adolescence: dimensionality, specificity and longitudinal predictions in a community-based sample
  • The American Journal of Psychiatry, 172(12), 1215-23.
  • 4) Stringaris A, Zavos H, Leibenluft E, Maughan B, Eley T. (2012)
  • Adolescent irritability: phenotypic associations and genetic links with depressed mood
  • American Journal of Psychiatry, 169, 47-54.
  • 5) Stringaris A, Cohen P, Pine DS, Leibenluft E. (2009)
  • Adult Outcomes of Youth Irritability. A 20-year Community-based follow up study
  • American Journal of Psychiatry, 166, 1048-54.
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