We accelerate scientific understanding of bipolar disorder and advance clinical care through cross-disciplinary collaboration, data sharing, and real-time learning.
BD² programs are designed to share data, methods, and resources with the bipolar disorder research community. BD²’s commitment to open science invites researchers to access and expand upon new findings, catalyzing the process of discovery.
BD² Integrated Network
In partnership with clinicians, researchers, and people with bipolar disorder, the BD² Integrated Network is a system that supports continual advancement in understanding and improvements in care.
BD² Discovery Research is the cornerstone of our hypothesis-driven, cross-disciplinary program to improve understanding of the biological mechanisms of bipolar disorder.
Brain Omics Platform
A brain omics platform for bipolar disorder will provide state-of-the-art multi omics to understand neural and non-neural changes in bipolar disorder on a molecular scale.
BD² aims to close a fundamental gap in science’s understanding of the genetic mechanisms of bipolar disorder.