Audio Interview with Dr. Mark Bear

Scientific researchers can spend years in the lab on obscure topics like how a sea slug remembers or how a fruit fly sees color.  And every now and then, a basic scientist makes a discovery that changes human lives.

NPR science correspondent John Hamilton tells the story of one of these discoveries.  It involves an inspired researcher, two determined parents and a young man with a devistating genetic disorder called Fragile X.

Listen to the Interview: Drugs Hint at Potential Reversal of Autism


Annual Meeting

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This forum enables discussion of articles that have appeared in Neuropsychopharmacology. It is intended to stimulate scholarly interactions among researchers, and to help educate members of the public who are interested in psychiatric illness.