The Stanford Center for Neuroscience in Women’s Health (SCNWH) is dedicated to the mission of establishing comprehensive standard of care for women’s mental health services. Our goal is to provide innovative, state of the art treatment in the field of women’s mental health through the integration of biomedical research, clinical practice, and clinical education. The study of women has been historically neglected in biomedical research, resulting in a gaping lack of information about how reproductive hormones affect the human brain in health and disease. In particular, we need to learn more about how mental health interacts with gender and reproductive hormones during a woman’s lifespan. Under the leadership and expertise of Stanford researchers and clinicians, the Center aims to forge new, scientifically-based strategies to address the full spectrum of women’s mental health issues, while dramatically expanding the boundaries of our knowledge about the interplay between gender and brain function.
- July 2017:
- Dr. Ballon is currently co-authoring a book on Early Psychosis for the APA. Check back soon for more details.
- June 2017:
- Check out the Psychopathology and Allostatic load across the Life Span (PALS) collaborative network, co-founded by our very own Dr. Rasgon!
- May 2017:
- We have concluded data collection for the study on stress and longevity in executives. Stay tuned for the publication!
- February 2017:
- We are now actively recruiting for our study on insulin resistance and accelerated cognitive aging. For more information on the study, check out our page on ClinicalTrials.gov (link located in sidebar to the right), or contact Alison Myoraku at firstname.lastname@example.org or (650) 736 -2182.
- October 2016:
- We are launching a study on the role of insulin resistance in accelerated cognitive aging. Please contact our study coordinator, Siena Roat-Shumway at email@example.com for more information.
- February 4th, 2016:
- We are launching a study on stress and longevity in executives of both sexes. Please contact our study coordinator, Alison Myoraku, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.