Seth Norrholm, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Wayne State School of Medicine
Seth D. Norrholm, PhD, is a translational neuroscientist with over 20 years of research experience in furthering the understanding of the neurobiological mechanisms underlying fear-, anxiety-, trauma-, and stressor-related disorders and the psychiatric conditions with which these disorders are co-morbid. Dr. Norrholm has trained in both the “classical” bench-based neurosciences as well as within clinical arenas dedicated to the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders. His work truly spans from bench to bedside to the community. Together with a network of collaborators, Dr. Norrholm has employed objective, psychophysiological methods to study the underpinnings of human fear processing as well as the mechanisms mediating effective treatments for fear and anxiety. Dr. Norrholm is a recognized world leader in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Fear and joined the Wayne State School of Medicine faculty in September 2019.
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