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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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...
Amanda J. Law, PhD, 2011 Sidney R. Baer Jr. Prizewinner for Innovative Schizophrenia Research, has made ground-breaking contributions to our understanding of the neurobiological consequences of genetic susceptibility to...
Jonathan Mill, Ph.D., 2009 NARSAD Young Investigator Grantee and colleagues have demonstrated that potentially reversible epigenetic changes play a key role in mental illness. 'Our findings suggest that it is not only...
The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation will honor 8 extraordinary scientists with Outstanding Research Achievement Prizes for their accomplishments in brain and behavior research in New York City on October 26....