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Webinar Recap: The Microbiome and Mental Health

Can we lessen the likelihood of getting psychiatric disorders?

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Teasing out Different Subtypes of Depression

Recent brain scan analysis suggests four distinct kinds of depression, says Conor Liston, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neuroscience and Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Feil Family Brain & Mind Res

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Seeds of Psychosis: Rejecting Parenting Myths, Revealing Underlying Genetic Origins

The search for the seeds of psychosis goes back to the very start of psychiatry. In the late 19th century, Emil Kraepelin, one of the first adherents of the idea that mental disorders have biological causes, described psychosis as a form of early-onset dementia.

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International Mental Health Research Symposium by the  Brain & behavior Research Foundation

On October 27, 2017, we hosted our International Mental Health Research Symposium in New York City.

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Treatment–Resistant Depression

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 to respond to existing treatments—people at elevated risk for suicide whose lives are often unrelentingly dark and full of anguish.

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