Congratulations, to Victoria Grunberg, PhD, one of our fellows, on receiving the 2022 Society of Behavioral Medicine Outstanding Dissertation Award! Her theory-informed, structural equation model helps to explain biopsychosocial outcomes among children hospitalized in neonatal intensive care.
Application materials are due November 19, 2021 at 5PM for two- to three year fellowship positions available for July 1, 2022. Please see the How to Apply page for application materials and submission instructions.
Congratulations to two of our very own fellows, Lauren Breithaupt-Langston and Robert Mealer, for receiving the ACNP Travel Award!
In a new article, TNTC co-director Joshua Roffman MD, MMSc describes barriers to innovation in psychiatry research, as well as the core scientific values that are needed for transformative advances:
Amy Peters, PhD, one of the TNTC second year fellows, recently attended the Biological Psychiatry 2019 Conference as a 2nd year Chair’s Choice early career travel fellow , where she presented on the role of peripheral inflammation in affect perception and depression. Additionally, this year she has published three papers related to her research, which you can read more about on the “Our Fellows” page!