NIMH support bolsters early psychosis research efforts
Woodward receives NIMH funding to study brain circuitry as it relates to psychosis
Neil Woodward, Ph.D., associate professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, was recently awarded NIMH funding to study the development of brain circuits underlying cognitive function in healthy individuals and youth at risk for developing psychosis. Serving as oo-principal investigator alongside Dr. Woodward is Alan Anticevic, Ph.D., at Yale University.
Taylor receives NIMH grant toward efforts to mentor young scientists, researchers
Warren D Taylor, M.D., MHSc., Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Mood Disorders Program Center for Cognitive Medicine, was recently awarded NIMH funding toward his K24 Midcareer Investigator Award in Patient-Oriented Research. This proposal will support Dr. Taylor in his efforts to mentor young scientists and researchers, from medical students to medical residents to junior faculty.