In this literature review, the authors discuss the pathophysiology of both acute and chronic neuropsychiatric sequelae of concussions, plus the evaluation and management of these.
Researchers have uncovered a role for the gene FKBP5 in memory formation following traumatic events, and suggest that manipulation of the gene could help prevent PTSD.
Mice with increased levels of kynurenic acid display behaviors similar to traits seen in schizophrenia patients.
In this interview, we speak to Elena Minakova, a Fellow in Neonatology at UCLA who is investigating a role for Melanotan-II in reducing social deficits in autism.
This special report argues that many patients with chronic pain may not be significantly impacted by psychological factors, and that for those who are, cognitive–behavioral therapy is the treatment of choice.
Veronika Kiryanova discusses her recent work on maternal stress and offspring mental health, and her thoughts on how research such as this could impact future research and clinical practice.
Study investigates the connectivity of neurons from three areas of the brain that are closely associated with schizophrenia.
New research describes how eugeroic drug modafinil may improve the memory of individuals recovering from depression.
Andie Asimes discusses her work on binge alcohol consumption in adolescence and how the epigenetic consequences of this can lead to a higher predisposition for mental health disorders in offspring.
TBI is associated with increased aggression and antisocial behavior – this review examines existing literature regarding TBI prevalence and associated adverse mental health among individuals within the criminal justice system.