Girgenti Awarded Study Grant by American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Matthew J. Girgenti, PhD, Associate Research Scientist in Psychiatry, has been awarded a $90,000 grant by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention for his study, “Understanding Suicide Through Postmortem Targeted Brain Multi-omics.”
$3.59M NIMH Grant Awarded to Serena Spudich, MD
A new, five-year, $3.59M grant from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) was awarded to Principal Investigator Serena Spudich, MD, Gilbert Glaser Professor of Neurology at Yale, along with co-PI, Joshua Cyktor, PhD, of the University of Pittsburgh.
Ross, Fineberg Awarded Research Grants by Deeda Blair Research Initiative for Disorders of the Brain
David Ross, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry; and Sarah Fineberg, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, are among the first three researchers awarded grants through the Deeda Blair Research Initiative for Disorders of the Brain, sponsored by the Foundation for the Institutes of Health (FNIH).
Dwyer, Wilkinson Awarded NIMH Grants to Study Ketamine, Esketamine
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has awarded grants to two Yale School of Medicine faculty to test the safety, efficacy, and feasibility of ketamine and esketamine or transcranial magnetic stimulation to rapidly reduce suicidal thoughts and behaviors in youth and adults. Jennifer Dwyer, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Yale Child Study Center and Department of Radiology; and Samuel Wilkinson, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, are among eight scientists nationally awarded grants by NIMH to study rapid-acting interventions for severe suicide risk.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society Postdoctoral Fellowship Awarded to Dr. Soumya Yandamuri
Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Soumya Yandamuri, MSE, PhD has been awarded the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Postdoctoral Fellowship. The grant, “Isolation and characterization of myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein monoclonal antibodies,” funds three years and will begin in July 2021.
R21 NINDS Grant Awarded to Dr. Lauren Sansing
An R21 grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke(NINDS) has been awarded to Principal Investigator Dr. Lauren Sansing, MD, MS, FAHA, FANA. The R21NS108060 grant is entitled “Manipulation of metabolic pathways to enhance human macrophage phenotypes after ICH.”
Addiction Psychiatry Division Will Participate in Consortium to Develop New Treatment Tools for Addiction
Yale School of Medicine’s Division of Addiction Psychiatry will participate in a consortium funded by a multimillion-dollar federal grant that will attempt to develop new treatment tools for addiction.
NIMH Grant Awarded to Dr. Serena Spudich
new R01 from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has been awarded to Principal Investigator Dr. Serena Spudich. The R01MH125396 grant, “PET imaging of synaptic density combined with neuroimmunologic measures to reveal mechanism of HIV Neuropathogenesis during ART,” began on 9/15/20 and was awarded for 5 years (to 7/31/25).
Yale Scientists Awarded $8.4M Grant to Develop Treatments for Women With Problem Drinking
Yale Department of Psychiatry scientists have been awarded a five-year, $8.4 million federal grant to establish a new research center at Yale that will develop treatments to help women with problem drinking.
Sullivan, Meyer Awarded Grant to Study Intimate Partner Violence Among Women Living with HIV
Tami Sullivan, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Family Violence Research and Programs, and Jaimie Meyer, MD, MS, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing, have been awarded a new grant to study intimate partner violence among women living with HIV.
NIH Grants Fund Image-Guided Therapy After a Heart Attack
A team of researchers from the Yale School of Medicine and the University of Washington will use ultrasound to guide the delivery of theranostic hydrogels into the heart to prevent dilation of the heart post-MI and subsequent heart failure.
WHRY funds studies on pain relief, cannabis, and genetic origins of sex differences in disease
WHRY announces funding for first-of-their-kind studies on pain relief, cannabis, and the genetic basis of sex differences across a broad range of ailments, including Alzheimer’s disease and heart disease.Source: YaleNews