Emory Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program

We conduct clinical research trials for depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, anxiety disorders as well as collaborative care studies for patients with serious medical illness.


Who are we?

The Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program of Emory University's School of Medicine is a dedicated research program within Emory's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. For over twenty years our program has been conducting high quality, clinically valuable research into the biology and treatment of mood and anxiety disorders.

Individuals incur no cost by taking part in our studies. Participation is strictly confidential.


Where are we?

We are located in Executive Park, a satellite location of Emory University in Atlanta, GA.

If you have any questions, you may contact us at 404-778-MOOD (6663). If we are unable to answer your call, we will return your message as soon as possible during regular business hours.

In the Media

One of our psychedelic studies was recently featured on "Your Fantastic Mind."

After being stigmatized for decades, psychedelic medications are making a comeback on the world stage as the most promising new mental health treatments in the past 50 years. Research indicates psychedelic-assisted therapy may help promote emotional well-being by triggering a variety of experiences, providing people with an enhanced sense of meaning and purpose in their lives. This episode follows a participant in a clinical trial studying the use of psychedelics to alleviate mental suffering and depression.

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