Brain Matters

2022 Leading Research Achievements
We are pleased to present you with the 2022 Leading Research Achievements by BBRF Grantees, Prizewinners & Scientific Council Members. Read More
The Consequences of Talking Publicly About My Bipolar Illness

Psychologist and prize-winning author Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison reflects on her courageous decision to disclose publicly her own history of bipolar illness, and about her efforts to reduce stigma. She is especially dedicated to counseling young people who are diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

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A New Approach to Treating Cognitive Deficits in Schizophrenia

Dr. Vikaas Sohal and colleagues have used advanced technologies to discover biological processes that are likely involved in causing cognitive dysfunction in schizophrenia. The road to bold new treatments is being paved with this new knowledge.

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A Q&A with Dr. Mark S. George on Brain Stimulation for Psychiatric Illness

Dr. George, a pioneer in the field, answers practical questions about TMS and other brain stimulation therapies for psychiatric illness.

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A RESEARCHER'S PERSPECTIVE: We Are Witnessing a Revolution in Brain Stimulation

Dr. Mark S. George, a pioneer in the field, explains how TMS and related non-invasive brain stimulation technologies are changing the face of psychiatry.

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