Conte Centers Across the Nation

InstitutionLead InvestigatorProject Title

Boston UniversityHoward EichenbaumPrefrontal and Medial-Temporal Interactions in Memory

California Institute of TechologyRalph AdolphsThe Neurobiology of Social Decision-Making

Columbia University Health SciencesDaniel JavittThe Conte Center for Schizophrenia Research

Emory UniversityLarry YoungSilvio O. Conte Center for Oxytocin and Social Cognition

Harvard UniversityTakao HenschImprinting a Connectome: Developmental Circuit Approach to Mental Illness

Johns Hopkins UniversityAkira SawaGene-Environment Interactions for Cortical Development and Schizophrenia

Johns Hopkins UniversityRichard HuganirPlasticity at the Excitatory Synapse

Mt. Sinai School of MedicineEric NestlerEpigenetic Mechanisms of Depression

NY State Psychiatric InstituteJay GingrichSerotonergic Modulation of Brain Development: Genetic and Pharmacologic Influence

NY State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia UniversityAnissa Abi-DarghamDopamine Dysfunction in Schizophrenia

NY State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia UniversityJoseph John MannAntecedents of Suicidal Behavior-Related Neurobiology

Rockefeller UniversityPaul GreengardIdentification of Cell Type-Specific Actions of Antipsychotic Drugs

Stanford UniversityRobert MalenkaActivity-dependent Synaptic and Circuit Plasticity

University of California IrvineTallie BaramFragmented Early Life Environmental and Emotional/Cognitive Vulnerabilities

University of ChicagoAndrey RzhetskyConte Center for Computational Systems Genomics of Neuropsychiatric Phenotypes

University of Colorado DenverRobert FreedmanBasic to Clinical Molecular Neurobiology of Nicotinic Receptors in Schizophrenia

University of MinnesotaMegan GunnarEarly Experience, Stress and Neurobehavioral Development Center

University of PennsylvaniaRaquel GurDevelopmental Trajectories of Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia

University of RochesterSuzanne HaberNeurocircuitry Underlying DBS Effects in OCD: A window into mechanisms of action

University of Wisconsin – MadisonRichard DavidsonEarly Neurodevelopmental Origins of Anxiety

Vanderbilt University Medical CenterRandy BlakelyEnduring Effects of Early-Life Serotonin Signaling