JBRF investigators are currently conducting studies in the fields of phenomenology (diagnosis), neuroimaging, neuropsychological testing, and molecular genetics. Through our web site and the screening instruments JBRF researchers have developed, we have been able to collect information on thousands of children with bipolar disorder. This is the largest data base of children with bipolar disorder in the world.  The large amount of data collected has allowed us to develop a fine-grained view of the illness. This view of the clinical condition informs all of our research studies.

Below are papers describing our research and findings that have been recently published in peer-reviewed journals.

Journal of Psychiatry and Brain Science:

Current Opinion in Pediatrics:

Journal of Clinical Medicine:

Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology:

Journal of Affective Disorders: