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Fluvoxamine may prevent serious illness in COVID-19 patients

School of Medicine news release

Congratulations to the BBRF Ruane Prize Recipient!

The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation’s Scientific Council has selected Joan L. Luby, M.D. of Washington University School of Medicine...

Brain & Behavior Research Foundation

Nasal Spray Is A New Antidepressant Option For People At High Risk of Suicide

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a variant of the anesthetic and party drug ketamine for suicidal patients with...

Depressed patients see quality of life improve with nerve stimulation

Study focuses on people not treated effectively with antidepressants

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEWS RELEASE

New approach to developing antidepressants

CRISPR technology helps target mood-boosting receptors in brain

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEWS RELEASE

Perfectionism in young children may indicate OCD risk

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found what may be a behavioral marker for obsessive-compulsive...

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEWS RELEASE

Parent-child therapy helps young children with depression

Early intervention supports kids in processing emotions

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Can laughing gas help deter suicide?

Researchers studying use of nitrous oxide for patients hospitalized for suicide risk

Depressed children respond differently to rewards than other kids

Brains react less robustly to success, rewards

Hard-to-treat depression in seniors focus of $13.5 million study

Goal is to identify strategies most likely to work for specific patients