Alexis is a medical student and PhD student working on understanding the mechanisms behind worry and anxiety with mathematical models. She is passionate about diversity and inclusion in mental health, and is a dedicated powerlifter and poet. Her research interests include depression, anxiety, models, LGBT+ issues, neurodivergence, and diversity in mental health research.
Alexandra Pike, Alexis An Yee Low and Jonathan Roiser critically appraise a recent n-of-1 study on ‘brain pacemakers for depression’, which received extensive press coverage earlier this month. The case study looks at deep brain stimulation (closed-loop neuromodulation) in an individual with treatment-resistant depression.[read the full story...]