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Nina de Lacy, M.D., M.B.A.

Acting Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
Research Affiliate, Center on Human Development and Disability
delacyn@uw.edu
206 987-2000
University of Washington
Box 358047
Seattle, WA 98195-8047

Dr. Nina de Lacy

Dr. de Lacyʼs research in systems neuroscience centers on delineating the structure of whole brain functional organization in children, adolescents, and adults, and examining differences in major developmental neuropsychiatric disorders particularly intellectual disability, autism, and ADHD. She focuses on examining motifs in functional and structural MRI and relating them to psychometric, observational, and genetic/genomic data to probe mechanisms that may better subgroup individuals with these overlapping disorders. A special interest is brain functional control systems and connectivity. In datasets of thousands of individuals, de Lacy applies advanced computational techniques such as machine learning to isolate motifs and develop hypotheses to apply to smaller, targeted subject groups.

 


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