Brain & Behavior Magazine July 2017

Developing Neuroscience Tools to Improve Treatments
Psychiatry, says Dr. Daniel Pine, is at a crossroads. The two crossing paths can be labeled “clinically-focused diagnosis” and “patient-oriented biological understanding” of mental illness. Beginning… Read More
Continuing the Conversation with Dr. Pine Biomarkers That Can Make a Difference
Psychiatry, says Dr. Daniel S. Pine, “might achieve a needed paradigm shift” by adopting a research approach used in other branches of medicine, an approach called “experimental medicine.” It… Read More
Relieving Treatment – Resistant Depression by Treating Metabolic Deficiencies
An important discovery has been made at the University of Pittsburgh. It raises the prospect that there may be an entirely new way of relieving major depression in people who repeatedly have failed… Read More