What could supercharged collaboration mean for bipolar disorder research? Read more from BD² Managing Director, Cara Altimus, PhD, BD² program directors, and Scientific Steering Committe chairs.

Bipolar Disorders Journal: Supercharging collaboration for bipolar research—Breakthrough discoveries for thriving with bipolar disorder (BD²)

“The field needs both more dedicated funding and infrastructure to bring together researchers, clinicians, and the lived experience community, to drive science and to improve outcomes in bipolar disorder. BD² was created to address these needs directly through the development of a path to increase philanthropic funding in the field and facilitate partnerships across the community. The scope, scale, and focus of investment in the BD² initiative is unprecedented for bipolar research.”