Risk of schizophrenia assessed with new screening tool (Links to an external site)
Promoting resilience in health-care workers aim of new grant (Links to an external site)
WashU part of $65 million NIH study of schizophrenia in young people (Links to an external site)
Antidepressant may prevent severe COVID-19, follow-up study indicates (Links to an external site)
Older people’s resilience during pandemic focus of $9 million grant (Links to an external site)
Dr. Mamah Announced the 2021 Recipient of the Dr. John M. Anderson Excellence in Mental Health Award
Dr. Daniel Mamah was announced as this year’s recipient of the 2021 Dr. John M. Anderson Excellence in Mental Health Award. The St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund honors a mental healthcare professional each year who has made significant contributions in the field of behavioral health. Dr. John M. Anderson was an African American psychiatrist […]
Fluvoxamine may prevent serious illness in COVID-19 patients (Links to an external site)
Congratulations to the BBRF Ruane Prize Recipient! (Links to an external site)
The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation’s Scientific Council has selected Joan L. Luby, M.D. of Washington University School of Medicine as the winner of the Ruane Prize for Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Research.
Nasal Spray Is A New Antidepressant Option For People At High Risk of Suicide (Links to an external site)
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a variant of the anesthetic and party drug ketamine for suicidal patients with major depression.