Her sister writes: “Anna suffered from mental illness for many years – schizophrenia in particular. Painting proved to be an emotional release and provided her with a sense of worth and purpose. She especially loved...
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In January NARSAD announced grant awards to 214 new Young Investigators. Totaling $12.6 million, these grants are part of the continued investment NARSAD makes in brilliant researchers with the most promising ideas to...
NARSAD-Funded Researcher Pinpoints Gene Mutation Linked To Schizophrenia that Should Significantly Improve Treatment
NARSAD Independent Investigator Jonathan Sebat, Ph.D., led the international team of researchers...
Connie has been painting since she was 11. She studied art in high school and college, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from Kansas State University.
She has a broad palette, painting depictions of landscapes,...
As a member of the NARSAD Scientific Council, Dr. John H. Krystal knows the organization intimately. But he first came to know it in the way that thousands of other scientists have over a quarter-century – as one whose...