Enduring Impact of Early-Life Serotonin Signaling
The Conte Center currently supports the projects of four internationally recognized investigators at Vanderbilt, University of Southern California and Case Western Universities, as well as the pilot investigations of three junior investigators. Core laboratories offer state of the art technologies and research support to facilitate interactions among Conte investigators, program consultants and collaborators.
Established in 2008, the Vanderbilt/NIMH Silvio O. Conte Center for Neuroscience research first studied Genes Controlling Assembly and Function of Serotonin Systems.
Conte Center Special Event:
The Science of Violence and Compassion
The Vanderbilt/NIMH Silvio O. Conte Center for Neuroscience research will host a presentation and moderated discussion about identifying the signs and symptoms of someone troubled or in crisis, advocating for those at risk for violence to themselves or others, and how to foster kind, healthy, and compassionate individuals and communities. The panel features
- Jeremy Richman, PhD, The Avielle Foundation
- Linda Degutis, DrPH, MSN, The Avielle Foundation
- Christopher Slobogin, JD, Vanderbilt Law School
The event will be moderated by Bruce Jennings of the Vanderbilt Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society.
Click here to learn more about this special event or go to Outreach and select Avielle Foundation for details.
Brain Matters Exhibit
Conte Center Resources
Click here to learn more about the new Gene2Net application created by the Conte Bioinformatics and Biostatistics Core and for links to the application.
Note to Conte Investigators: please cite the Conte Center Grant P50 MH096972 when writing reviews,
abstracts, papers and other Conte related work projects.
Please refer to NOT-OD-12-160 regarding Changes to Public Access Policy Reporting Requirements by the NIH