CAPPS in the News


UCLA Semel Institute scientists and colleagues awarded $52M NIH grant to study schizophrenia risk


Dr. Bearden Featured in A Salute to 100 Trailblazing Women in Health


Our first press: The Napa Valley Register released an article on our #Research4YoungMinds fundraising challenge


Dr. Carrie Bearden's featured talk on psychosis early detection and intervention and UCLA's Depression Grand Challenge  

IMHRO's 21st Music Festival for Brain Health


Brain Waves Q&A about the power of early psychosis intervention with CAPPS Parent Hilary Maybank


How CAPPS Helped My Daughter: A Testimonial


Carrie Bearden and Eleazar Eskin receive new funding from the NIH as part of a global initiative to pool data about the human brain. The Enhancing Neuro Imaging Genetics through Meta-Analysis (ENIGMA) consortium unites brain researchers in 33 countries to discover factors that help or harm the brain.


KCRW interviews Dr. Carrie Bearden regarding the early identification of young people at risk of developing thought disorders and treating them preventatively


KPCC, Southern California Public Radio

Take Two, featuring Dr. Carrie Bearden


Brain and Behavior Research Foundation: “Discovery to Recovery: A Path to Healthy Minds"

Risk and Vulnerability for Mood Disorders in Teens by Carrie E. Bearden, Ph.D.

April 30, 2013, Luxe Sunset Hotel, Los Angeles


UC Davis MIND Institute: Special Event Lecture

Social-Emotional Development in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome: Psychiatric Risk Factors


Brain and Behavior Research Foundation: “THE TEENAGE MIND: WHAT EVERY PARENT NEEDS TO KNOW”: Presented by the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation in partnership with Sage Hill School

Risk and Vulnerability for Mood Disorders in Teens by Carrie E. Bearden, Ph.D.


Brain and Behavior Research Foundation: NARSAD Grantee Identifies New Pathway to Treat Schizophrenia


Brain and Behavior Research Foundation:  25 Years of Outstanding Schizophrenia Research: The Lieber Prize


Burke, Anne (October 1, 2006). Saving Troubled Minds. UCLA Today.


Guthrie, Julia (September 7, 2004). A family's journey to madness and back: Son's schizophrenia spurs parents to raise millions for research. San Francisco Chronicle.


Wolpert, Stuart (November 20, 2005). UCLA scientists report promising new molecular approach to fighting schizophrenia. Medical News Today.


Wheeler, Mark (April 6, 2007). Lithium Builds Gray Matter in Bipolar Brains, UCLA Study Shows. UCLA News.