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Embedded in Iraq

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Embedded reporter and NIMH discuss mental health issues for some Iraq War veterans

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Dr. Joel Kleinman Explains When and Where Genes Turn on in the Brain

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Dr. Joel Kleinman explains when and where genes turn on in the brain

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Disasters and Mental Health Research – Extended Interview

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Dr. Sandro Galea, a National Institute of Mental Health grantee, talks about disasters and mental health research.

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Disasters and Mental Health Research

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Dr. Sandro Galea, a National Institute of Mental Health grantee, talks about disasters and mental health research.

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White House Champions of Change

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NIMH researchers honored with White House Champions of Change award.

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Suicide Prevention Research

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NIMH researcher Dr. Douglas Meinecke talks about critical suicide prevention research.

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Suicide Prevention and Research

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NIMH researcher Dr. Jane Pearson talks about warning signs as well as progress in suicide prevention.

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Help for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans

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Every day, military veterans return from the intense surroundings of warfare. And some of those returning veterans come home with unique mental health challenges: a topic of discussion between NIMH Director Dr. Thomas Insel and Sergeant Todd Bowers of the organization Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America.

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Development of the Young Brain

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For more than twenty years, National Institute of Mental Health neuroscientist Dr. Jay Giedd has studied the development of the adolescent brain. Decades of imaging work have led to remarkable insight and a more than a few surprises.

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Stem Cell Possibilities in Autism Research

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Dr. Ricardo Dolmetsch and his colleagues have generated stem cells from children with autism allowing them to study how the brain develops in children with ASD.

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