Hope for Depression Blog

Guest Bloggers

  • Louisa Benton

    Executive Director

  • Steven P. Roose, M.D

    Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

  • Huda Akil, Ph.D

    DTF Chair

A Scent for Wellness,
March 16, 2015

The New York Times “Business Day” featured Hope for Depression Research Foundation on Saturday in a story about bespoke perfumes and the power of scent.

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Shedding Light on the Mind,
March 11, 2015

We’re pleased to share with you this article about Hope for Depression Research Foundation (HDRF) called “Shedding Light on the Mind,” which appears in the March issue of Quest Magazine.

This in-depth interview with HDRF Founder & Chair Audrey Gruss highlights the critical need for depression research and focuses on the work of our remarkable Depression Task Force of neuroscientists.  We couldn’t be more pleased and proud.

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Improving Depression Care in NYC,
March 4, 2015

Recently First Lady of New York Chirlane McCray continued her passionate campaign to raise awareness about depression and mental health.

In “Shattering the Mental Illness Stigma” (Daily News, February 26), she talks openly about her daughter’s recovery from depression and calls for broad improvements to the mental health system including wider access to care for all New Yorkers.

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Depression Awareness at the Oscars,
February 25, 2015

From one of the freshest, most guileless faces of the evening came the most astonishing remark: “When I was 16, I tried to kill myself.”

We are referring, of course, to Graham Moore, who used his win for Best Adapted Screenplay (The Imitation Game) at Sunday’s Oscars to deliver powerful remarks about suicide awareness and depression.

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HDRF in CNN Money,
February 5, 2015

This week CNN Money published an article about depression and wealth that features HDRF Board member Dr. Steven Roose, Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Columbia University.

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