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Joshua Roffman

Joshua Roffman, MD

Dr. Roffman's work focuses on contributions of folate-related genes to negative symptoms, executive dysfunction, and related brain activation in schizophrenia. A CDI alumnus, Dr. Roffman is supported by two five-year career development awards, which include a K23 from NIMH and an Early Career Physician-Scientist Award from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. He has also received career development awards from NARSAD (Young Investigator Award), the American Psychiatric Association (APIRE-Lilly Award) and the Charles King Postdoctoral Trust, as well as support from the NIH Loan Repayment Program. In addition, Dr. Roffman has served as director of the neuroscience curriculum for the MGH-McLean Psychiatry Residency Training Program, and has organized a research mentorship program for PGY1 residents.


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