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Q&A With John McGrath

by Hakon Heimer Posted on 17 Feb 2017

John McGrath isn't ready to concede the case that prenatal vitamin D levels could create risk for later mental illness....


Q&A With Michael O'Donovan

Posted on 23 Sep 2014

Q&A with Michael O'Donovan, corresponding author of the latest PGC schizophrenia GWAS. Questions by the SRF editorial group.


SRF Interviews James Gold

Posted on 15 Aug 2013

Negative symptoms have remained a backwater of study for the schizophrenia research field....

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The Dopamine Hypothesis of Schizophrenia: Q&A

Anissa Abi-Dargham on The Dopamine Hypothesis of Schizophrenia Posted on 3 Dec 2012

The venerable dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia proposes that aberrations in the brain's dopamine system cause some symptoms of the disorder.


Clues Emerge About the Maternal Infection Risk Factor for Schizophrenia

Posted on 14 Feb 2011

Studies suggest that mothers who are infected with various pathogens during pregnancy pass an unfortunate legacy on to their children: an increased risk of schizophrenia.


SZGene Update Debuts With New Analyses, Top Hits

Posted on 24 Feb 2010

Fans of SchizophreniaGene (SZGene), the compendium of genetic association studies in schizophrenia, may have noticed the resource was offline for a few weeks at the start of the year.


SRF Interviews Philip D. Harvey

Posted on 26 Sep 2009

For years, Philip D. Harvey has made the cognitive deficits that cause much of the disability associated with schizophrenia a focus of his research.

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SRF Interviews Tom Insel

Posted on 8 Aug 2007

The current inhabitant of the NIMH hot seat is Tom Insel. Insel is in charge of a budget in the $1.5 billion range, and while he answers officially to the executive branch, he must also mediate the unofficial demands of legislators and numerous interest groups

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SRF Interviews David Lewis

Posted on 6 Apr 2006

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SRF Interviews Robin Murray

Posted on 17 Oct 2005

Robin Murray has seen patients and studied mental illness since the early 1970s, for most of that time in London. A leader in European schizophrenia research and care, Murray currently is professor of psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry at Maudsley Hospital

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