Study Sheds Light on Prevalence of 'Long-COVID,' Including Cognitive and Psychiatric Symptoms
After many months of anecdotal reports and preliminary research about the long-lasting impacts of COVID-19 infection, a team of researchers has now provided a more specific idea of how common "long… Read More
How COVID Infection May Damage the Brain and Affect Mental Illness Symptoms & Mortality
SCIENCE IN PROGRESS – from Brain & Behavior Magazine, September 2021 issue Over the last year, research performed by BBRF grantees and Scientific Council members has helped to build a growing… Read More
In a paper appearing in Nature Medicine, researchers at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) have reported evidence of a mechanism in the brain by which the COVID virus may gain access to… Read More
A Close Look at How COVID-19 Infection Can Damage the Brain
In a much-discussed report appearing online March 26 in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), three researchers have attempted to explain the potential causes of a wide range of… Read More
People With Schizophrenia Have Increased Risk of Dying From COVID-19, Research Reveals
A newly published study based on data from a 2020 peak period of the pandemic in New York City indicates that people previously diagnosed with schizophrenia or a schizophrenia spectrum disorder who… Read More