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Congratulations to Duke Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences faculty members Alison Adcock, Angel Peterchev and Stefan Goetz on receiving 2019 Germinator Awards from the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences.
Growing up in a Boston suburb, Heather Vestal, MD, MHS, was certain of one thing: while she always wanted to be a doctor, she did not want to follow in her parents’ footsteps and become a psychiatrist.
The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) recently presented Kafui Dzirasa, MD, PhD, with this year’s Young Investigator Award.
An international team of researchers including faculty from Duke Psychiatry recently identified interesting genes linked with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Treatments for brain tumors, leukemia, sickle cell disease, and other serious illnesses can sometimes cause long-term cognitive side effects that deeply affect a child's quality of life.
Lisa Gwyther, MSW, LCSW, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at the Duke University School of Medicine, has received a 2019 Pioneer Award from the N.C. Coalition on Aging for her long-time contributions to the field of aging in North Carolina.
Research teams from Duke received more than $24 million in federal grants to address challenges related to pain and the opioid crisis, with more than $19 million awarded to investigators from the
A drug used to slow cognitive decline in adults with Alzheimer's disease appears to reverse brain inflammation and neuron damage in rats exposed to alcohol during adolescence.