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SRF Interviews and Q&A Sessions

Our news team likes to talk to researchers—sometimes our dialogues are pithy Q&A sessions on specific news stories aimed at delivering "just the facts" to our readers. There are, though, those occasions where we have the pleasure of sitting down with some of the most respected scientists and provocative thinkers in schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders. These interviews are longer and more in-depth sessions where we ask our subjects to opine on the state of the field, and to offer hypotheses to test. We want to know about their plans and hopes for the future, and perhaps these conversations will fuel our readers' plans and hopes for finding effective treatments for schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders.

We also ask our interview subjects to extend the discussion to questions and comments submitted by readers of SRF interviews, so we invite—indeed, urge—you to write in!


Interviews

SRF Interviews: James Gold-Posted 16 August 2013
SRF Interviews: Philip D. HarveyPosted 29 September 2009
SRF Interviews: Tom InselPosted 9 August 2007
SRF Interviews: David LewisPosted 7 April 2006
SRF Interviews: Robin MurrayPosted 18 October 2005


Q&As

Michael O'Donovan on SRF news story, Bigger Schizophrenia GWAS Reports More Than 100 Hits—Posted 24 September 2014

Anissa Abi-Dargham on The Dopamine Hypothesis of Schizophrenia—Posted 4 December 2012

Paul Patterson on SRF news story, Clues Emerge About the Maternal Infection Risk Factor for Schizophrenia—Posted 25 February 2011

Lars Bertram on SRF news story, SZGene Update Debuts With New Analyses, Top Hits—Posted 25 February 2010

Sheilagh Hodgins on SRF news story, Violence in Schizophrenia: Other Risk Factors Matter More Than the Disease—Posted 23 May 2009

Art Petronis on SRF news story, Epigenetic Forces May Blaze Divergent Heritable Paths From Same DNA—Posted 27 January 2009

Evan Eichler and Heather Mefford on SRF news story, The Many Faces of CNVs: The Case of 1q21.1—Posted 22 December 2008

Josh Roffman on SRF news story, MTHFR, COMT Genes Work Together to Bring Down Cortical Activation in Schizophrenia—Posted 18 December 2008

Nick Craddock on SRF news story, Channeling Mental Illness: GWAS Links Ion Channels, Bipolar Disorder—Posted 19 August 2008

Eero Castren on SRF news story, Prozac and Plasticity-Antidepressant's Action an Eye Opener—Posted 25 April 2008

Nitin Gogtay on SRF news story, Healthy Siblings of Young Schizophrenics Overcome Cortical Deficits—Posted 12 July 2007

Nick Craddock on SRF news story, Genome-wide Studies Suggest Many Genes Underlie Bipolar Disorder—Posted 14 June 2007

Clare Bergson on SRF news story, Researchers Retract Calcyon-D1 Receptor Link—Posted 5 January 2007

Bita Moghaddam on SRF news story, Modeling Psychosis in Prefrontal Cortex-The Effects of Amphetamine—Posted 29 September 2006

Junying Yuan on SRF news story, Salubrinal to the Rescue? New Compound Fights ER Stress—Posted 10 February 2005

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