- NIMH Research Domain Criteria (RDoC)
Strategy 1.4 of the NIMH Strategic Plan calls for the development, for research purposes, of new ways of classifying psychopathology based on dimensions of observable behavior and neurobiological measures. The Research Domain Criteria project (RDoC) has been launched by NIMH to implement this strategy. In brief, the effort is to define basic dimensions of functioning (such as fear circuitry or working memory) to be studied across multiple units of analysis, from genes to neural circuits to behaviors, cutting across disorders as traditionally defined. The intent is to translate rapid progress in basic neurobiological and behavioral research to an improved integrative understanding of psychopathology and the development of new and/or optimally matched treatments for mental disorders.
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- The Career Development Institute for Psychiatry: An Innovative, Longitudinal Program for Physician-Scientists
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- Training Future Generations of Mental Health Researchers
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- Recruiting and Retaining Future Generations of Physician Scientists in Mental Health
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- Summer Research Institute
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- Financial Conflicts of Interest in Physicians' Relationships with the Pharmaceutical Industry - Self-Regulation in the Shadow of Federal Prosecution
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- Applying for NIH Grants, A Chapter From The Portable Mentor
Paul A. Pilkonis, PhD, Jill M. Cyranowski, PhD
- An Evidence-Based Guide to Writing Grant Proposals for Clinical Research
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