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Foundation of Hope Seed Grant Raised in British Parliament

Published on 09/05/2014 under News
A Foundation of Hope seed grant, a study by Dr. Cynthia Bulik on the genetics of anorexia, was recognized this summer by British Prime Minister David Cameron in the British House of Commons. The UK branch of Bulik’s study, Charlotte’s Helix, was raised in the House of Commons and addressed…
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Yardi Features Walk for Hope

Published on 08/21/2014 under News
Walk for Hope: Supporting Mental Health By Erica Rascón on Mar 14, 2014 in People On a cool October morning, Raleigh community members congregated outside of Angus Barn Restaurant. They weren’t there for the restaurant’s award-winning steak or stellar service. More than 3,800 people gathered to participate in the Thad and Alice Eure…
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Walk for Hope 2014 Welcomes New Sponsors

Published on 08/12/2014 under News
The Foundation of Hope is pleased to welcome eleven new corporate sponsors of the 2014 Walk for Hope. These companies join a long list of sponsors dedicated to the Walk for Hope's continued success. Please join us in welcoming our new friends! Delta Air Lines Yardi Rucci Productions Bayleaf Veterinary Hospital The…
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$650 Million Donated to Bipolar Disorder Research

Published on 08/11/2014 under News
by Curt Nickisch Ted Stanley is giving $650 million to the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard to find and treat the genetic underpinnings of mental illnesses. His son has bipolar disorder. RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST: A billionaire businessman today is making the largest ever donation toward psychiatric research. Ted Stanley…
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News & Observer: New Study Locates Genetic Roots of Schizophrenia

Published on 08/11/2014 under News
By Jay Price CHAPEL HILL — Researchers at the UNC School of Medicine played key roles in a giant international study that mapped some of the likely genetic underpinnings of schizophrenia, opening the door to new therapies for the debilitating psychiatric disorder. The study, published online Tuesday in the journal Nature,…
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