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Suicide in the Military: Army-NIH Funded Study Points to Risk and Protective Factors

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Army Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers (Army STARRS)

Although the suicide attempt and death rates in the U.S. Army have been historically below the civilian rate, these rates began climbing in the early 2000s, and by 2008, exceeded those of civilians. A joint study between the Army and NIMH, called Army STARRS, recently released findings that shed light on the problem.

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NIMH Twitter Chat on Eating Disorders

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NIMH Twitter Chat

NIMH Twitter Chat on Eating Disorders

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NICHD/NIMH Podcast on Youth Violence

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boy playing videogame Youth Violence Podcast

NIMH/NICHD experts explain what sparks and halts youth violence.

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Transgenic Mice Lines Aid in Brain Circuit Imaging

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pyramidal neurons of the mouse cerebral cortex

Neuroscientists have generated over 250 genetically engineered mice lines that will help further our understanding of the human brain.

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NIMH Twitter Chat on Depression and Older Adults

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NIMH Twitter Chat

Join NIMH’s Jovier Evans, Ph.D., Chief of the Geriatric Translational Neuroscience Program, for a Twitter Chat on depression and older adults.

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NIH Directors Discuss Sequestration and Research on C-SPAN

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NIMH Director Tom Insel on C-SPAN

Despite facing lean financial times, NIH continues to generate the most bang for the buck regarding research. Tomorrow on C-SPAN Washington Journal, NIH Directors Drs. Collins, Insel, Fauci, Varmus, and Green will field questions from the public pertaining to sequestration and research as well as other topics.

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NIMH Twitter Chat on Bullying Prevention

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NIMH Twitter Chat

NIH experts Drs. Chris Sarampote and Valerie Maholmes discuss bullying prevention.

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NIMH Scientists Honored with 2013 Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Awards

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Jay N. Giedd, M.D.

Miss the Twitter chat on the teen brain and Brain Awareness Week? Read the transcript.

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NIMH Grantee Receives 2013 Nobel Prize

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NIMH grantee Thomas C. Südhof, M.D.

Thomas C. Südhof, M.D., along with James E. Rothman, Ph.D., and Randy W. Schekman, Ph.D., received the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discoveries delineating how a cell organizes its transport system.

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Science/AAAS Google+ Hangout on the Adolescent Brain Featuring NIMH’s Jay Giedd, M.D.

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NIMH scientist Jay Giedd, M.D.

NIMH scientist Jay Giedd, M.D. discusses the teen brain with Science/AAAS in a Google+ Hangout.

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