246. Neuroimaging Markers of Risk and Resilience to Bipolar Disorder

      Bipolar disorder (BD) is a heritable disorder characterized by mood dysregulation associated with brain functional dysconnectivity. Prior research has focused on the detection of risk- and disease-associated dysconnectivity in individuals with BD and their first-degree relatives. The current study takes a complementary approach that seeks to identify adaptive brain features associated with avoidance or delayed illness onset in unaffected relatives of patients with BD.
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