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Violence Prevention Neurobiological Research Unit

What Do We Do?

The Violence Prevention Neurobiological Research Unit, led by Dr. Nathan Kolla, uses an array of neuroimaging techniques to study the neural correlates of violence and aggression in psychiatric populations. Our main focus is magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and positron emission tomography (PET) imaging in people with psychopathy, schizophrenia and/or personality disorders.


Participate in Our Research

We are actively recruiting participants for a range of studies. Please visit our Research page to find out more.

Undergraduate Opportunities

We are not currently recruiting volunteers or undergraduate students to join our lab. Please check back here before Fall 2020. 

Graduate Opportunities

​Dr. Kolla will be accepting graduate students and postdoctoral fellows for Fall 2020. Visit Join the Lab ​for more information. 

Location

We are located at the College St. site of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

250 College St.
Toronto, ON M5R 1T8
Canada

Contact Us

416 535 8501 ext. 30612

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