Noah S. PhilipAssistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior
Dr. Philip's research interests lie in the development of new treatments and diagnostic tools for psychiatric illness, with a focus on mood and anxiety disorders. He currently has active projects characterizing the default mode network in PTSD, investigating neuroimaging correlates of stress, and in novel applications of neuromodulation.
Dr. Philip investigates novel treatments and diagnostic tools for mood and anxiety disorders. Active projects include conducting clinical trials of neuromodulation techniques and characterization of the neuroimaging correlates of stress and trauma through multimodal analytic approaches.
SELECTED GRANTS AND RESEARCH SUPPORT
I21 RX002032 (Philip) Notice of Intent to Fund 12/30/2015
Rehabilitation Research and Development, US Dept. of Veterans Affairs“Pilot testing of theta-burst neuromodulation for chronic PTSD”
This study will evaluate pilot procedures to develop theta burst neuromodulation for veterans with chronic PTSD.
IK2 CX000724 (Philip) 5/1/13- 4/30/18
Clinical Science Research and Development, US Dept. of Veterans Affairs
“PTSD and the Default Network: Developing Imaging Phenotypes”
Career Development Award-2, Veterans Administration:
This CDA2 uses multi-modal neuroimaging to investigate changes to the structure and function of the default mode and other brain networks in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder receiving treatment with psychiatric neuromodulation.
Center for Neurorestoration and Neurotechnology (VA RR&D), Pilot Grant 7/1/13-6/30/14
“Comparing Clinically Used TMS Protocols: An Interleaved MRI/TMS Study”
This proposal will support development and implementation of interleaved MRI/TMS at Brown University and will evaluate acute imaging correlates of high vs. low frequency TMS parameters.
Neuronetics, Inc. 5/1/12-1/12/14
“A 12-Month Prospective Randomized Dual-Arm Pilot Study Of Maintenance Neurostar Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) in Patients With Major Depressive Disorder“
This is a multisite clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of maintenance TMS treatment for Major Depressive Disorder
Role: PI (Butler site)
Medical Research Grant, Rhode Island Foundation Philip (PI) 2/16/2011-2013
The Effects of Child Abuse and the Default Network - Using Functional MRI for a Better Diagnosis
This grant from the Rhode Island Foundation supported development of functional neuroimaging as a potential diagnostic tool for the effects of child abuse.
Evaluation of Low Emission NeoSync EEG Synchronized TMS Technology For the Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder: A Multicenter Randomized, Double-Blind, Sham-Controlled, Trial Carpenter (PI) 2011-2013
This was a clinical trial evaluating EEG synchronized TMS technology as a potential treatment for Major Depressive Disorder
Role: Site Co-PI
Course lecturer/Supervisor, Biomed 510, Core Clerkship in Psychiatry, Alpert Medical School of Brown University 2006-
Co-leader, Resident Research Seminar with Katharine Phillips, M.D. General Psychiatry Residency, Alpert Medical School of Brown University 2009-
Course lecturer, Mood Disorders Module, General Psychiatry Residency, Alpert Medical School of Brown University 2009-
Supervisor, PGY3 Universal Treatment Program, General Psychiatry Residency, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, 2010-
Course Supervisor, BIOL 1950/1960 (Undergraduate Directed Research), Brown University, 2010-2011
Course developer and coordinator, Evidence-Based Medicine for PGY1-2s, General Psychiatry Residency, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, 2011-