Developing Potential Mood Stabilizers

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And now for Brain Waves’ third installment: A Q&A with Johnson & Johnson / One Mind Rising Star Award winner Dr. Colleen McClung. Dr. McClung is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. With her grant, she aims to zero in on specific genes in the brain as potential targets in the development of better therapies for bipolar disorder’s manic symptoms.

Comments are now closed. Thanks, ptripplehorn, Cedar, elefanton, Ellen, and prinnypooh for participating, and thanks to Dr. McClung for her thoughtful answers.

-Brandon Staglin

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