Jeffrey Borenstein, M.D., President & CEO of the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, joined members of the Obama administration and prominent figures in government and neuroscience at the White House for the...
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Researchers at the University Of North Carolina School Of Medicine have identified for the first time how two brain regions interact to promote emotionally motivated behaviors associated with anxiety and reward. The...
Many people with schizophrenia struggle to think clearly and remember information, and these problems prevent many from living and working independently. How these difficulties arise in the first place remains mysterious...
NARSAD Grantee Eric M. Morrow, M.D., Ph.D. of Brown University and his collaborators have identified a new genetic pathway linked to autism. The research team studied rare forms of autism and found that two genes...
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...