Managing diagnostic uncertainty • Mobile applications for suicidal ideation self-management • Androgen receptors in developing heart cells • Winners of… Read more »
Before joining BioMed Central, he received his PhD in psychology at University of California at Davis, which was followed by a post-doctoral position at New York University Langone Medical Center and a second post-doctoral position at New York University. Ben’s focus on biological psychology has involved studies on the neurobiology of monogamy and pharmacological treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder.
Latest posts by Ben Ragen (see all)
- Highlights of the BMC-series: August 2017 - 7th September 2017
- Being queer in the jungle: The unique challenges of LGBTQ scientists working in the field - 28th June 2017
- 8th World Sickle Cell Day and the Potential of Gum Arabic - 19th June 2017
The Stonewall Riots occurred on June 28, 1969. It was this summer evening that sparked the Gay Rights Movement. Now, forty-eight years later, the world… Read more »
This June 19th will be the 8th World Sickle Cell Day which was designated by the United Nations General Assembly in 2008. This annual day of recognition brings… Read more »