Support advances in the understanding and treatment of OCD
The Yale OCD Research Clinic has a 25-year history of advances in the neurobiological understanding and treatment of OCD. Our present research continues this tradition, as we seek to better understand the brain processes that have gone awry in OCD and to use this knowledge to develop new treatments, particularly for refractory OCD. In addition, the clinic provides a superb training environment for MDs and Ph.D.s with interests in OCD, depression, and related conditions.
Our work is funded through various organizations and grants, such as the National Institute of Health and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, as well as through contributions from generous benefactors.
If you would like to discuss making a donation to support our work, please contact our director Christopher Pittenger M.D., Ph.D.
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