Young investigator is first Yale recipient of NIH Early Independence Award





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Published on Oct 1, 2012

Alan Anticevic, PhD, associate research scientist in psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine, is one of fourteen recipients of the NIH Director's Early Independence Award. The award recognizes talented junior scientists and accelerates their transition to independent research. Anticevic is the first Yale investigator to receive the honor.

Anticevic's research aims to understand the origins of cognitive dysfunction in humans at the cellular level. He employs an innovative research approach, which combines behavioral, pharmacological, neuroimaging and mathematical modeling techniques. His ultimate goal is to improve treatments for schizophrenia and other psychiatric illnesses.

Read more: http://medicine.yale.edu/psychiatry/n...

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