Manpreet K. Singh, MD, MS, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine
Research Description: Dr. Singh’s clinical research program over the past 10 years has made important contributions to our understanding of the neurobiological basis of impairments in reward processing that can lead to major mood disorders and medical morbidities such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. She has innovated methods for studying mechanisms and risk factors using monetary and food reward paradigms, and discovered important environmental and familial risk factors for developing mood disorders and understanding factors that contribute to treatment response and treatment-related adverse events. Her group has productive collaborations with multiple members of the SDRC, detailed below and in the proposal.
Selected relevant publications (Stanford DRC members in BOLD):
Wroolie T, Kenna H, Singh MK, Rasgon N. Association between insulin resistance and cognition in patients with depressive disorders: exploratory analyses into age-specific effects. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 2015 Jan;60:65-72. PMID: 25455511.
Watson KT, Wroolie TE, Tong G, Foland-Ross LC, Frangou S, Singh M, McIntyre R, Roat-Shumway S, Myoraku A, Reiss AL, Rasgon NL. Neural correlates of liraglutide effects in persons at risk for Alzheimer's Disease. Behav Brain Res. 2018 Aug; pii: S0166-4328(18)30643-0. PMID: 30099030.
Chang K, Garrett A, Kelley R, Howe M, Sanders EM, Acquaye T, Bararpour L, Li S, Singh M, Jo B, Hallmayer J, Reiss A. Anomalous prefrontal-limbic activation and connectivity in youth at high-risk for bipolar disorder. J Affect Disord. 2017 Nov; 222: 7-13. PMID 28667891.