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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...
In 1991, NARSAD awarded a Young Investigator grant to W. Ian Lipkin, M.D., then at the University of California, Irvine, for a study of the Borna disease virus (BDV). His interest came from a surprising report of BDV...
NARSAD Scientific Council member Jonathan Javitch, M.D., Ph.D., of Columbia University, is part of a team that recently determined the structure of one of the five dopamine receptors in the human brain — the culmination...
Gifted researcher advances understanding of the brain’s biology that leads to breakthroughs in treatment of anxiety and other disorders
“I think we have arrived at a tipping point in the maturation of psychiatry,”...