Dr. Steve Ramirez is revealing where memories “live” in the brain, and explores how traumatic memories might be therapeutically modified.Read More
Lynnette Averill, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist affiliated with the Baylor College of Medicine, Yale University, and the Department of Veterans Affairs, studies the causes and consequences of trauma-related psychopathology and suicidality, and is investigating novel rapid-acting interventions.Read More
Our PATHWAYS TO THE FUTURE story is about an unconventional approach to developing new psychiatric drugs. Based on an initiative by the National Institute of Mental Health, it’s called “Fast-Fail” and is designed to weed out the weakest drug candidates early in the process, toRead More
Foundation President and CEO, Jeffrey Borenstein, M.D. is quoted in an article from Scientific American about a research study featured in the Foundation's top 10 research advancements of 2016.Read More
Allen Zeitlin is a third year med student at Michigan State University in Grand Rapids, with interests in psychiatry and neurology. This has a lot to do with the time he spent in the Middle East, serving in the military.Read More
Donna Morrissey invests in brain and behavior research hoping for development of better diagnostic tools for people, like her son, living with mental illness.
The misdiagnosis of Donna Morrissey’s son, Michael, mobilized her as an advocate for mental health research.Read More