Veterans Affairs

Study identifies greater improvement for ‘next step’ treatment

August 9, 2017
Texas A&M psychiatry professor helps lead VA study that finds benefit of adding to antidepressant regimen

Healthy behaviors may help prevent suicide among veterans

August 7, 2017
Simple habits that promote health and well-being may help reduce suicide risk

Modeling Gulf War illness: Knowing the cause of brain dysfunction is key to finding a cure

June 14, 2017
With hundreds of thousands of veterans experiencing long-term side effects of their service, the hunt for a treatment is on

What firefighters can tell us about PTSD risk

February 17, 2017
Understanding traumatic stressors can inform interventions for all of us

Male firefighters not at increased risk of divorce, research shows

December 19, 2016
Female firefighters, but not males, have higher divorce rates than their peers in other professions

Exploring new approaches to PTSD treatment

November 10, 2016
Texas A&M researchers looking at new ways to treat PTSD, reduce symptoms

Unlocking the brain’s secrets: New insights into PTSD

October 7, 2015
Studying the connection between brain anatomy and genetics may help unlock the secrets of post-traumatic stress disorder

When the first antidepressant doesn’t work: What’s next?

September 8, 2015
Two-thirds of people with major depression aren’t successfully treated by the first antidepressant they try

Researcher examines rehabilitative care for hip fractures in veterans

March 3, 2014

Tiffany Radcliff, Ph.D., associate professor at the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Rural Public Health, co-authored a study recently published in the Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development that modeled patients’ settings for post-hip fracture rehabilitative care and what factors play the largest role.