ACTSI Investigator Dr. Barbara Rothbaum in the News

Barbara Rothbaum, PhD, ACTSI investigator, director of the Trauma and Anxiety Recovery Program at Emory University and associate vice-chair of clinical research and professor in Emory's Department of Psychiatry

Emory Health | Treating the Psychological and Emotional Scars of War
Fall 2011

$11 Million Grant to Test Treatment for PTSD
December 13, 2011

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Emory scientist hero teams up with Braves to help vets
February 22, 2012

Medscape.com | Emergency therapy may prevent PTSD in trauma victims
April 18, 2012

WSB TV | Braves reach out to veterans suffering from PTSD
May 28, 2012

Washington Post | I Was There: Veterans with PTSD seek control of lives through Army-sponsored filmmaking
June 6, 2012

Business Week | Army veterans use filmmaking as therapy for PTSD
June 6, 2012

International Traveler Times | Fear of Flying: Treatment works
July 9, 2012

Seattle Weekly | Mind Field: PTSD & the military
August 8, 2012

Scientific American | Do criminal trials help us heal from mass shootings?
August 8, 2012

Top News U.S. | Concussions sufferers may witness PTSD symptoms
August 17, 2012

New England Cable News | Working to prevent PTSD
September 5, 2012

Associated Press via Palm Beach Post | Mass. program helps vets with combat stress
September 15, 2012

11Alive.com | 11Alive morning team faces fears
October 29, 2012

The Herald | Brain & Behavior Research Foundation awards $1.5 million in NARSAD distinguished investigator grants
January 14, 2013

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Emory gets $300,000 for mental illness research
January 23, 2013

Atlanta Magazine | Fear of flying
May 10, 2013

Fox 5 News | Emory study helps overcome fear of flying
May 22, 2013

Barbara Rothbaum (psychiatry) received a Distinguished Investigator Grant from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, the largest non-governmental organization that distributes funds for brain and behavior disorder research.

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