Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are two of the most common and severe mental illnesses and associated with chronic morbid consequences for those affected. They have a combined prevalence of approximately 2% in the world’s population and impart a devastating affliction to affected individuals and their families. The NeuroBiology Foundation is focused on clearly understanding the molecular and neuropathological abnormalities of these diseases to reveal precise therapeutic targets upon which effective and well tolerated pharmacological and other biotechnological treatment strategies can be

based. This is achieved by providing grants to individual scientists and physicians for advanced research. The research funded by the NeuroBiology Foundation will represent a highly focused body of peer-reviewed grants that will align with our strategic scientific program and efforts in building strong relationships with our donors, our clinical and research scientists, the broader research community, patient advocacy groups and other foundations working to advance treatment options in serious mental illness. We strongly believe in our research success in being able to reveal new therapeutic targets in the neurobiology of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder through research and subsequent translational studies to enable the development of better therapeutics in these illnesses, improving the lives of seriously mentally ill patients and those of their families and friends.

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