Led by Fred H. Gage, Ph.D., investigators are carefully investigating these newly formed brain cells to learn what can go awry in brain development to cause illnesses such as schizophrenia and autism. By recreating these...
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World-renowned and highly accomplished scientists accepted prizes last night from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, saying it was the greatest award of their career. They were all recognized, through a...
A team including NARSAD Grantees at the Yale School of Medicine (Arie Kaffman, MD, PhD; Michael J. Meaney, PhD; and Ronald S. Duman, PhD) have discovered that insufficient neuron development in teens can contribute to...
A recent 12-week study conducted by a team including John S. March, MD, MPH and Scott Compton, PhD indicates that cognitive behavioral therapy, in addition to medication, significantly improves the symptoms of OCD in...
Brain & Behavior Research Foundation announces its 23rd Annual Mental Health Research Symposium featuring 14 leading mental health researchers sharing new breakthroughs and insights on schizophrenia, depression,...