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    11.17 | Schizophrenia as a Brain Disease: Evidence from Biological Measures
    10.11 | IOL Family Day Celebrates
the Lives of Those with
Mental Illness
    05.09 | ADHD, WNPR's
"Where We Live"
    04.09 | Autism Research, NBC's
"Today Show"
    03.09 | Our Science On the Cover
of Scientific Journals
    07.08 | Coping with Schizophrenia,
WNPR's "Where we Live"
    05.08 | Talks
    04.08 | Better Connecticut Profile
of the Olin Center
    01.08 | 2008 ICANA Conference

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BrainDance 2018
The BrainDance Awards encourage students to gain knowledge about psychiatric diseases and develop a more tolerant and realistic perspective toward people with severe psychiatric problems. 



B-SNIP is a large-scale study, funded in 2007 by the National Institute of Mental Health to discover how the risk for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder is transmitted in families, to identify the most important risk genes, and to discover how genes and the environment affect brain structure and function.


Ongoing Research
The Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center is always actively recruiting for participants who would like to be part of our Research. Click on the image or title for more information.



ONRC Staff
The ONRC is staffed by researchers interested in many applications of neuroimaging to analyze psychological disorders. Come see who we are!


The BARCS study, funded in 2008 by the NIAAA, aims to discover normal developmental patterns of cognitive ability, brain development and scholastic achievement during the transition from adolescence to young adulthood and show how patterns of alcohol use affect them.


Research Labs



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