Carolyn M. Mazure, PhD

Norma Weinberg Spungen and Joan Lebson Bildner Professor in Women's Health Research and Professor of Psychiatry and of Psychology; Director, Women's Health Research at Yale

Research Interests

Depressive Disorder; Psychiatry; Sex Differentiation; Stress, Psychological; Women's Health; Behavior, Addictive; Tobacco Use Cessation

Research Organizations

Psychiatry: Division of Women's Behavioral Health Research | Neuroscience Research Training Program (NRTP) | Psychology Section | Yale Translational Center to Develop Gender-Sensitive Treatment for Tobacco Dependence

Status of Women in Medicine Committee (SWIM)

Women's Health Research at Yale

Office of Cooperative Research

Research Summary

Carolyn M. Mazure is a Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology. She created and directs Yale's research program on health and gender, Women's Health Research at Yale, which initiates and supports innovative studies on women's health and translates findings into practice. Professor Mazure's own research focuses on the development of models for understanding depression and addictive disorders, with a special emphasis on gender-based analyses.

Specialized Terms: Depression; Addictive behaviors; Women's health research; Gender specific aspects of health and disease and the interplay of stress

Selected Publications

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