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Cures Through Research
Jeffrey Borenstein, M.D.
Researchers propose a new understanding of memory.
Teens can access mindfulness training via the smartphone.
How the virus may gain access to and subsequently infect and damage brain cells.
Positive results in trial testing of depression treatment-resistant patients.
New risk variants and possible biological mechanisms.
The drug modifies the activity of neurotransmitters.
An injectable treatment reduced the incidence rate of first hospitalizations.
Learning to extinguish fear memories.
The links to cortical thinning.
Repeated ketamine infusions reduces symptoms.
Research on drugs targeting the glutamate system.
They're at significantly higher risk and have poorer outcomes as well.
A research team discovers a mechanism in blood-vessel cells.
Examining the brains of people who are depressed.
Substantial changes have occurred.
Brain activity while anticipating a working-memory task could help.
Risks and potential protective factors.
Researchers found an association with electronic media use—but what does it really mean?
Researchers identify sensory neurons in the gut.
A protective role in infant brain development
Activity in brain circuitry might provide a clue about those likely to develop into compulsive alcohol drinkers.
Gut organisms impact the ability to extinguish fear
The correlation between serotonin transport and depression severity.
Non-invasive brain stimulation may help some patients.
The underlying causes of this difficult disorder.
A way to predict if a new patient will, or won’t, respond to standard treatment.
A rarely studied brain structure can explain.
Researchers report progress in untangling a web of complexities that they believe can give rise to social anxiety disorder.
A study just published in the American Journal of Psychiatry compares the two dominant approaches for treating cognitive deficits in people with schizophrenia.
It also shows effectiveness in treating depression in bipolar disorder.
Jeffrey Borenstein, M.D., is an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.