Led by Charles Zorumski, MD, and Steven Mennerick, PhD, investigators at the Taylor Family Institute for Innovative Psychiatric Research have long-standing and productive histories of effective collaboration. They bring a hierarchical and complementary set of skills and interests that span the spectrum from medicinal chemistry to animal behavior.

Our core investigators are recognized internationally for their work on neurosteroids and their studies have provided unique insights into how neurosteroids target their sites of actions and modulate neuronal function and anesthesia.

Our affiliates add strength to our core team of investigators through their multidisciplinary basic and clinical science research.

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Students and trainees can contribute the Taylor Family Institute’s research and receive formalized training through various programs at Washington University School of Medicine.

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Faculty openings

The Taylor Family Institute for Innovative Psychiatric Research, in conjunction with Department of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine, is recruiting investigators at all academic levels.

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