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Schizophrenia’s strongest known genetic risk deconstructed

02-15-2016

Suspect gene may trigger runaway synaptic pruning during adolescence – NIH-funded study Versions of a gene linked to schizophrenia may trigger runaw...

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How do your symptoms affect your day?

02-15-2016

Do your symptoms have an impact on your day? Whether it’s fatigue, headaches, or nausea; symptoms have the power to affect your overall state of mi...

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Help NIMH Raise Awareness for Clinical Research on Social Media

02-10-2016

Please join NIMH’s Thunderclap to help raise awareness about the importance of clinical research for understanding and treating mental illnesses th...

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Team-based Treatment for First Episode Psychosis Found to be High Value

02-8-2016

NIH-funded study shows early intervention is more cost-effective than typical care. New analysis from a mental health care study shows that “coordin...

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Want to Help the FDA? Become a Consumer Representative on an FDA Advisory Committee

02-8-2016

Have you ever wanted to be part of the food and drug regulatory process? Do you have a history of public interest or a passion for consumer advocacy? ...

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RESEARCH WEEKLY: How RAISE Models Work in Early Psychosis

02-8-2016

The goal of the NIMH-funded project called RAISE – Recovery After Initial Schizophrenic Episode – was to develop and test a “real world” early...

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