Lecture – The Alfred Pope Award for Early Career Investigators 2022
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Each year, McLean Hospital recognizes young researchers with the Alfred Pope Award for Early Career Investigators. The honor is named for one of the hospital’s most distinguished and respected researchers, the late Alfred Pope, MD.
The award recognizes the publication of an exceptional peer-reviewed, first-authored article on basic or clinical research performed at McLean. Honorees discuss their work during the awards ceremony.
Identifying Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorder Diagnoses In Large Datasets – Nicole M. Benson, MD
Mineralocorticoid Receptors Dampen Glucocorticoid Receptor Sensitivity to Stress via Regulation of FKBP5 – Jakob Hartmann, PhD