Two research teams independently led by members of our Scientific Council have made important new discoveries about how stress impacts the circuitry in the brain and is linked to depression. The two teams, using some of...
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WOMEN’S MENTAL HEALTH CONFERENCE: THE ART & SCIENCE OF CARING
On September 14, 2012 the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation hosted a Women’s Mental Health Conference: The Art & Science of Caring in...
NARSAD Grant recipient Dr. Steven R. Laviolette and members of his lab at the University of Western Ontario in Canada have accomplished an impressive feat. This past December they reported online in the journal...
“I’m a big believer in mothers.”This is Dr. Dennis Charney speaking, and it is a remark that both charms and disarms the listener—so down to earth, yet coming from one of the most sophisticated and accomplished...
Many NARSAD Grantees and Scientific Council Members of the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation are among hundreds of researchers seeing the fruits of a worldwide, six-year-long collaboration that proved that five...