News

Study targets risk factors for depression

By Rachel Coker On Jan 14, 2013

...way that it affects their mood for a prolonged period. “We like to think of things in evolutionary terms,” Gibb said. “It’s an advantage, if you see something threatening in...… Read more

Faculty

Study seeks to understand sources of depression

By Rachel Coker On Dec 11, 2009

...the best opportunity for intervention,” said Gibb, associate professor of psychology at Binghamton University and director of its Mood Disorders Institute. During the next five years, Gibb and his colleagues...… Read more

Features

Mitochondrial mix-up

By Sarah Fecht On Sep 3, 2013

...about 4,000 children in the United States are born with an inherited mitochondrial disorder — that is, their cells can’t produce energy properly. The resulting byproducts may damage organs and...… Read more

News

New book charts course for schizophrenia research

By Ryan Yarosh On Aug 3, 2010

...2001, is an internationally renowned researcher in the areas of schizophrenia and personality disorder. He has directed the landmark Longitudinal Study of Personality Disorder, funded by the National Institute of...… Read more

News

New local clinic to study functional disorders

By Daniel Richards On Apr 1, 2004

...disorder with manifestations in many organ systems or from several separate disorders; whether these disorders have a common pathogenesis such as stress, hormones or childhood illness; and whether heredity plays...… Read more

Students

NSF fellow studies acute social stress

By Kenny Berkowitz On Aug 24, 2015

...it’s such a heterogeneous disorder. “I’m a very curious person, and I’ve always been fascinated by the way the brain works,” she continues. “There are so many opportunities to cover...… Read more

Features

The unfiltered truth

By Merrill Douglas On May 1, 2012

...newborn. But a mother’s smoking can create a host of hazards for the baby, including low birth weight, nicotine withdrawal, asthma, cognitive delays and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). “We...… Read more