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This past October, our International Mental Health Research Symposium took place in New York City.
We are pleased to present you with the Top Advancements & Breakthroughs by Foundation Grantees, Prizewinners and Scientific Council members in 2018. They are presented in the order of their publication in scientific journals.
Video Recordings from our International Mental Health Research Symposium
Congratulations to BBRF’s 2018 Outstanding Achievement Prizewinners and the Pardes Humanitarian Prizewinners
A Novel Way to Help People in Prisons and Jails with Severe Mental Illness
Why We Need More Conversation About Borderline Personality Disorder
Meet Our 2017 Distinguished Investigators
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