The Ehrlich family of northern New Jersey and Amelia Versace, M.D., transplant from Verona, Italy to the University of Pittsburgh, share a commitment. Participants in the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Research...
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Randy Lewis at Walgreen Co. leads the way for other companies to employ people with disabilities, brain and behavior disorders
While scientists work toward a future in which mental illness is better understood and...
Cindy Warren was diagnosed with depression in 1999 after she attempted suicide. She had seen a therapist off-and-on before then, but her official diagnosis began a journey of failed treatments that seemed only to make her...
No one knows better than the Garatt family how far research in mental illness has come – and how far it still has to go. Thirty-three years ago, when Sean Garatt was diagnosed with schizophrenia, his mother, Marcia, was...
We met Daniel Laitman and his parents Ann and Rob in the September 2010 issue of eNews from NARSAD. Daniel is 19 and lives with schizophrenia.
[Update: Support Team Daniel as they run in the 2012 Disney World Half...