Abraham Ribicoff Research Facilities

General Information

The Abraham Ribicoff Research Facilities conduct scientific research into the causes of, and treatments for, major psychiatric disorders. The program consists of two interconnected parts: the Division of Molecular Psychiatry for basic science research; and the Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit specializing in clinical research with patients and healthy subjects. A cooperative partnership between Yale University and the State of Connecticut, Ribicoff has been an integral part of Connecticut Mental Health Center since the Center’s founding in 1966.