Olusola Ajilore, MD, PhD
Dr. Ajilore is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois-Chicago. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with a degree in biology. Dr. Ajilore went on to do his MD/PhD degree at Stanford University where he studied the deleterious effects of stress hormones on the brain. He joined the research track residency at UCLA where he transitioned into neuroimaging in major depression. He is currently using novel neuroimaging techniques to better understand the pathophysiology of mood disorders.
Alex Leow, MD, PhD
Currently Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Bioengineering at the University of Illinois College of Medicine and an Attending Physician at the University of Illinois Hospital, Dr. Leow’s unique multi-disciplinary skill set combines a medical degree with residency training and board certification in adult psychiatry and a PhD degree in applied mathematics. As a renowned computational neuroimaging researcher, Dr. Leow has published more than 100 scientific articles that collectively have been cited thousands of times.
UIC Faculty Collaborators
Jamie Feusner, MD - UCLA
Lori Altshuler, MD - UCLA
Liang Zhan, PhD - UW Stout
Paul Thompson, PhD - LONI
Moo Chung, PhD - UW Madison
Tony Simon, PhD - UCSD
Chris Abbott, MD - University of New Mexico
Paul Holtzheimer, MD - Darthmouth
Melvin McInnis, MD, FRCPsych - University of Michigan
Kelly Ryan, PhD - University of Michigan