The Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center (NRC) is a clinical neuroscience research facility that was established in 2001. The Olin NRC’s mission is to conduct neuroscience research of psychiatric illnesses and rapidly translate that research into new and effective treatments.

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July 23, 2021

Rushford and Meriden Police Bring MORR Resources to Fight Opioid Epidemic

Rushford will place a clinician in the Meriden Police Department, a collaboration designed to send more people into treatment instead [...]

July 21, 2021

At Rushford, Yoga an Important Part of Addiction Treatment

By Michelle Voegtle Licensed Professional Counselor Clinical Program Manager Rushford The stress and isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic drove many [...]

July 20, 2021

Why LGBTQ More Likely to Smoke: How to Cope

Like alcohol and drugs, nicotine offers users an artificial and fleeting sense of calm during stressful moments, so it’s no [...]

July 19, 2021

Why It’s OK Not To Be OK — And Not Just For Naomi Osaka

“It’s OK to not be OK.” Those six words summed up tennis star Naomi Osaka’s decision to take a mental [...]

July 19, 2021

What Does it Mean To Be an LGBTQ Ally?

The declaration “I am an Ally” dotted social media feeds during Pride Month, but what exactly does that mean and [...]

July 13, 2021

Marijuana and Athletic Performance: The Uncertain Science

While states like Connecticut legalize recreational marijuana use, professional athletes can still be penalized and sidelined for partaking. Elite American [...]