Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: Researchers Find Boosting Depression-Causing Mechanisms in the Brain Increases Resilience, Surprisingly.  New antidepressant approach potentially promotes natural resilence, fewer side effects.  New York – April 17, 2014 /Press Release/  ––

NIH press release: Jump-starting natural resilience reverses stress susceptibility

Brain and Behavior Research Foundation website: NARSAD grantees make surprising discovery – promoting natural resilience to treat depression

International Mental Health Research Organization website: Dr. Ming-Hu Han discovers brain’s natural resilience mechanism

The Scientist press release: Triggering resilience to depression

LA Times article: To quash depression, some brain cells must push through the stress

Motherboard press release: The future of depression treatment may come from inducing worse depression

Xinhuanet News press release: Researchers find counterintuitive way to reverse depression

Medical Daily: Boosting Excess Neuron Activity Builds Resilience Against Depression


Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: Mount Sinai Researchers Unveil New Targets for Depression at Neuroscience 2012  Scientists presented important discoveries on the involvement of the immune system and dopamine on the onset of depression.  New Orleans, LA.  – October 15, 2012 /Press Release /-


NIMH press release: Stress: Brain yields clues about why some succumb while others prevail

Preview in Cell: How mice cope with stressful social situations [PDF]

Research highlights in Nature Review Neuroscience: Resisting stress [PDF]

Research highlights in Nature: Active resilience [PDF]