Published annually, the Progress Report describes the top findings in brain research during the previous year as selected by executive members of the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives.

The 2009 report features in-depth articles on substance abuse, Alzheimer’s disease, obesity, schizophrenia, brain-machine interface, and post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as a roundup chapter on other areas of advancement. The Progress Report is the signature publication of the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives.

The report includes the following themes:
# Perspectives on Substance Abuse Research
# Substance Abuse: Mapping the Pathway of Addiction
# New Directions for Alzheimer’s Disease Research
# The Quest for Better Schizophrenia Treatment
# Brain-machine Interfaces
# The Obesity Problem
# Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury
You may read the report here

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