Article with Dr. Rene Hen

The reason why antidepressants fail to relieve symptoms of depression for 50 percent of patients has been explained by a new study from researchers at Columbia University Medical Center.

The study in a mouse model was led by Rene Hen, professor of pharmacology in the Departments of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at Columbia University, and a researcher the New York State Psychiatric Institute.

Read more: Scientists Identify Why Antidepressants Often Fail

 

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