NIMH Director Tom Insel on C-SPAN
How does sequestration impact NIMH research? Dr. Insel joins NIH Director Collins and other Institute Directors to talk about what sequester means to NIH research and the overall U.S. economy.
Text, Talk, Act to Improve Mental Health
High school and college students are invited on December 5 to join a nationwide discussion on mental health via their cell phones. Standard text/data rates may apply.
Earliest Marker for Autism Found in Young Infants
Eye contact declines in 2 to 6-month-old infants later diagnosed with autism, according to a new NIMH-funded study.
Twenty-five Years of Progress: The View from NIMH and NINDS
NIMH Director Tom Insel and NINDS Director Story Landis discuss the state of brain disorder research in a joint Neuron article.
NIMH Invites Proposals for Outreach Partners
Proposals now being accepted through December 18 for selection of NIMH Outreach Partners in Alaska, District of Columbia, Michigan, and Missouri.
Join A Research Study
Clinical Research Studies (Clinical Trials) are of primary importance to the NIMH mission.
- View a list of current NIMH-IRP Mental Health Research Studies
- Read about joining a study
- Find a list of all clinical trials funded by NIMH
Principal Investigators at NIMH
Dr. Murphy, Chief of the Laboratory of Clinical Science, received his undergraduate degree from Marquette University, his M.D. and Sc.M.degrees from the Medical College of Wisconsin and completed his internship and residency programs at the University of Minnesota and Johns Hopkins University. He has received awards for his research, serves on the editorial boards of neuroscience and pharmacology journals and is on the Advisory Boards of Associations and Foundations.
Dr. Murray received her B.S. in Biology from Bucknell University and her Ph.D. in Physiology from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. After postdoctoral work at the NIMH studying the neural substrates of tactual learning and memory, she became a tenured faculty member. Dr. Murray is currently the Chief of the Section on the Neurobiology of Learning & Memory in the Laboratory of Neuropsychology.
Dr. Pike received his B.Sc. (Hons) degree in chemistry from the University of Birmingham (UK) in 1972 and his Ph.D. in organic chemistry from the same University in 1975.