Lisa Horowitz, PhD, MPH is a Staff Scientist / Clinical Psychologist at the National Institute of Mental Health Intramural Research Program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) In this podcast, Dr. Linda Horowitz talks about the NIMH’s goal of reducing the suicide rate by 20% by the year 2025. Upwards of 800,000 people kill […]
Elan Cohen, Ph.D., Principal Investigator and Lead Psychometric Rater, Hassman Research Institute In this podcast, Dr. Elan Cohen talks about what a clinical trial is and what makes a good clinical trial participant, as well as the reasons to participate in clinical research trials including: to get access to experts in specific conditions; to learn […]
Marsha Rodgers, Director, Pillar Clinical Research; Formerly Executive Director, NAMI Dallas Marsha Rodgers was the Executive Director of NAMI Dallas and now works with Pillar Clinical Research, building the relationships between advocacy, those living with mental health disorders, and clinical research. In this podcast, Marsha talks about how sites can develop strong relationships within the […]
William Potter, MD, PhD, NIMH (Retired) Dr. William Z. Potter is widely recognized as an expert in translational neuroscience and psychopharmacology and has held positions with the NIMH and pharma. In addition to being a brilliant neuroscientist, Dr. Potter is passionate about mental health research. Join us as we talk about suicide research, policy, and […]
Nichole Gutierrez is the Site Director for Pillar Research in Northwest Arkansas. Nicole talked with The STARR about research as an option, the stigma around mental health research and why it is important to volunteer for a trial.