Education & Training
Selected Honors & Awards
- Ladouceur CD. Neural systems supporting cognitive affective interactions in adolescence: the role of puberty and implications for affective disorders. Frontiers of Integrative Neuroscience. 2012 6(65):1-11. doi:10.3389/fnint.2012.00065. PMID: 22969712
- Kerestes, R, Segreti, AM, Pan, LA, Phillips, ML, Birmaher, B, Brent, DA, Ladouceur, CD. Altered neural function to happy faces in adolescents with and at risk for depression. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2016 1(192):143-152. PMID: 26724693
- Ladouceur CD, Silk JS, Dahl RE, Kronhaus D, Ostapenko L, Phillips ML. Fearful faces influence attentional control processes in anxious youth and adults. Emotion. 2009 9(6):855-864. PMID: 20001128
- Ladouceur CD, Dahl RE, Carter CS. Development of action monitoring through adolescence into adulthood: ERP and source localization. Developmental Science. 2007 10(6):874-891. PMID: 17973802
- Ladouceur CD, Dahl RE, Birmaher B, Williamson DE, Ryan ND, Casey BJ. Altered emotional processing in pediatric anxiety, depression, and comorbid anxiety-depression. Journal of Child Abnormal Psychology. 2005 33(2):165-177. PMID: 15839495
Hot Publication - Price et al.
From Anxious Youth to Depressed Adolescents: Prospective Prediction of 2-Year Depression Symptoms via Attentional Bias Measures Price RB, Rosen D, Siegle GJ, Ladouceur CD, Tang K, Allen KB, Ryan ND, Dahl RE, Forbes EE and Silk JS. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 2015, Published Online Anxious youth are at heightened risk for subsequent development of depression. However, little is known regarding which anxious yout...
Cecile Ladouceur, PhD Promoted
Cecile Ladouceur, PhD Promoted to Associate Professor of Psychiatry by the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Congratulations to Cecile Ladouceur, PhD on her promotion to the rank of Associate Professor of Psychiatry. Dr. Ladouceur is a nationally recognized expert in adolescent neurodevelopmental processes and affective disorders. She is also a gifted teacher and mentor who continues to positively impact...
First Time R01 Recipients Embark on New Phase of Their Careers
The receipt of a researcher's first R01 grant is an important milestone in their career as an independent scientist. Investigators in the Department of Psychiatry that transitioned from career development awards to their first R01 awards during the past year are embarking on the next phase of their academic careers and represent the diversity of research interests in the department. Susanne E. Ahmari, MD, PhD Assis...
14th Annual Department of Psychiatry Research Day Celebrates Outstanding Science, Mentorship, and Academic Service
The Department of Psychiatry hosted its 14th Annual Research Day on June 5, 2014 at the University Club in Oakland, attracting the largest number of participants in the history of the event. Dr. David Lewis, Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and the UPMC Endowed Professor in Translational Neuroscience, welcomed over 300 registered guests to this year?s event. Research Day is an important tradition that celeb...