Biomarkers

Biomarkers

Researchers Test Feasibility of a Blood Test to Gauge PTSD Risk Immediately Following Trauma
New research suggests that a simple blood sample taken in the emergency room may enable doctors to predict if a... Read More
A Way of Predicting if New Psychosis Patients Will or Won’t Respond to Standard Treatment
“Trial and error” remains the basis for care of people who have recently been diagnosed with psychosis, and “poor outcomes... Read More
Brain Scans Reveal a Possible Biomarker for Suicidal Thoughts in PTSD
Researchers have used brain scanning technology to confirm a relationship between levels of a common type of receptor and the... Read More
Different Response Patterns to TMS Therapy Treatment for Major Depression Point to Possibility of Individualized Treatments
It may soon be possible to make individualized treatment plans for different subsets of patients with treatment-resistant major depression ,... Read More
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... Read More