Conducting state-of-the-art scientific investigation to maximize discovery and accelerate translation of findings towards achieving prevention and cures is a core element of the McLean Hospital mission.
Demonstrating that commitment, we have developed this new publication. This inaugural edition and those to follow will focus exclusively on the cutting-edge research taking place here at McLean.
Included in our first edition are stories about personalized stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s disease, the biology behind major depressive disorder, a potential new treatment for PTSD, and how trauma affects women’s brains.
Personalizing Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease
Kwang-Soo Kim, PhD, and his lab are exploring innovative treatments for PD.
Understanding the Biology Behind Major Depressive Disorder
Dr. Diego Pizzagalli and his team at McLean’s Center for Depression, Stress and Anxiety Research are investigating the causes of depression.
A Handheld Treatment for PTSD?
Can xenon help individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder? The research of Edward Meloni, PhD, and Marc Kaufman, MD, PhD is promising.
How Does Trauma Affect Women’s Brains?
Learn about the innovative research of Drs. Milissa Kaufman and Lauren A.M. Lebois.