Department of Psychiatry, Division of Behavioral Medicine, Columbia University Irving Medical Center
He is Herbert Irving Associate Professor of Behavioral Medicine in in Psychiatry and Neurology. His translational research program investigates mechanisms of mitochondrial psychobiology. Investigators and trainees in the Mitochondrial Signaling Lab team combine genetic, cellular, imaging, and psychophysiology approaches to examine how psychosocial exposures impact mitochondrial structure and functions, and how energetic perturbations within mitochondria influence key brain-body processes involved in cognition, psychological stress reactivity, and resilience.
Visit website: https://www.neurology.columbia.edu/profile/martin-picard-phd
See also: Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) - Columbia University's Medical Center.
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Psychosocial stress levels are linked with hair greying and reversal
Scientific American - 22-Jun-2021
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