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NAMI Names 2024 Scientific Research Award Honoree

Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D., a preeminent teacher, clinician and researcher in children’s mental health and the neurosciences for the past 30 years, will receive the NAMI Scientific Research Award at the Inspiring Hope Through Research event on Tuesday evening, September 10 in Washington, D.C. He will join an outstanding group of researchers who exemplify our theme of Inspiring Hope Through Research.

The NAMI Scientific Research Award is supported by the Peter Corbin Kohn Endowment. The Award recognizes the work of researchers who move our scientific understanding and treatment of mental illness forward.

Research is an important component of NAMI’s mission to build better lives for the nearly 60 million Americans affected by mental health conditions. Each year since 2005, NAMI has honored leaders in scientific research that exemplify our theme of Inspiring Hope Through Research.

For more information, contact Kate Kennedy-Lynch at (703) 600-1111 or [email protected].


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