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Steven E. Hyman is Director of the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research and a member at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. He is also Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology. Hyman was Provost of Harvard University from 2001 to 2011. As Provost, he was instrumental in the development of cross school and regional interdisciplinary initiatives, especially in the sciences. In 2009 he initiated an extensive process of reform of the Harvard libraries, and he paved the way for the creation of an open access mandate at Harvard.

Steven Hyman
EducationTeaneck High School
Alma materYale University
University of Cambridge
Harvard Medical School

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Hyman grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey and graduated in 1970 from Teaneck High School, where he captained the wrestling team and was described by his fellow graduates as the "class intellect". He received his B.A. from Yale College; an M.A. from the University of Cambridge, which he attended as a Mellon fellow studying the history and philosophy of science; and his M.D. from Harvard Medical School. After an internship in medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, a residency in psychiatry at McLean Hospital, and a clinical fellowship in neurology at MGH, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard in molecular biology.

From 1996 to 2001 Hyman was the Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a group of agencies that fund and perform biomedical research. NIMH supports neuroscience and the knowledge needed to understand, diagnose, and treat brain disorders. He has worked, more recently to open psychiatric classifications, including the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and the International Classification of Diseases, Mental and Behavioral Disorders to fundamental rethinking including the incorporation of neuroscience and genetics the recognition that many mental disorders are quantitative deviations from health rather than categorically different.

Hyman is a Past-President (2014–2015) of the Society for Neuroscience which has approximately 40,000 members. He is a member of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the US National Academies where he serves on the governing Council, is a member of the board of health science policy and chairs the Forum on Neuroscience, which brings together government, industry, academia, and NGOs. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a Fellow of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, and a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He is a founder member of the International Neuroethics Society, serving as the first President of the Society from 2006 to 2014. From 2003–2017 he was the editor of the Annual Review of Neuroscience.

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  2. Lisberg, Adam. "Teaneck product is named No. 2 leader at Harvard; As provost, he will be principal planning officer",The Record, October 30, 2001. Accessed January 4, 2021, via Newspapers.com. "A 1970 graduate of Teaneck High School was named provost of Harvard University on Monday after serving five years as director of the National Institute of Mental Health. Steven E. Hyman will assume the provost's position in December, making him the principal planning and policy officer of Harvard and second in command to President Lawrence H. Summers.... Hyman, 49, grew up in Teaneck and attended its public schools. He was captain of the Teaneck High School wrestling team and was named 'class intellect' in the senior yearbook."
  3. "Scientific Leadership: Steven E. Hyman". The Broad Institute. Retrieved21 May 2013.
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and when to remove this template message Steven E Hyman is Director of the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research 1 and a member at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard He is also Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology Hyman was Provost of Harvard University from 2001 to 2011 As Provost he was instrumental in the development of cross school and regional interdisciplinary initiatives especially in the sciences In 2009 he initiated an extensive process of reform of the Harvard libraries and he paved the way for the creation of an open access mandate at Harvard Steven HymanEducationTeaneck High SchoolAlma materYale University University of Cambridge Harvard Medical School Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 References 4 External linksEarly life EditHyman grew up in Teaneck New Jersey and graduated in 1970 from Teaneck High School where he captained the wrestling team and was described by his fellow graduates as the class intellect 2 He received his B A from Yale College an M A from the University of Cambridge which he attended as a Mellon fellow studying the history and philosophy of science and his M D from Harvard Medical School After an internship in medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital a residency in psychiatry at McLean Hospital and a clinical fellowship in neurology at MGH he was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard in molecular biology 3 Career EditFrom 1996 to 2001 Hyman was the Director of the National Institute of Mental Health NIMH one of the National Institutes of Health NIH a group of agencies that fund and perform biomedical research NIMH supports neuroscience and the knowledge needed to understand diagnose and treat brain disorders He has worked more recently to open psychiatric classifications including the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM and the International Classification of Diseases Mental and Behavioral Disorders to fundamental rethinking including the incorporation of neuroscience and genetics the recognition that many mental disorders are quantitative deviations from health rather than categorically different 4 Hyman is a Past President 2014 2015 of the Society for Neuroscience which has approximately 40 000 members He is a member of the Institute of Medicine IOM of the US National Academies where he serves on the governing Council is a member of the board of health science policy and chairs the Forum on Neuroscience which brings together government industry academia and NGOs He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science a Fellow of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology and a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association He is a founder member of the International Neuroethics Society serving as the first President of the Society from 2006 to 2014 5 From 2003 2017 he was the editor of the Annual Review of Neuroscience 6 7 References Edit Reardon S 2014 Gene hunt gain for mental health Nature 511 7510 393 Bibcode 2014Natur 511 393R doi 10 1038 511393a PMID 25056042 S2CID 205081758 Lisberg Adam Teaneck product is named No 2 leader at Harvard As provost he will be principal planning officer The Record October 30 2001 Accessed January 4 2021 via Newspapers com A 1970 graduate of Teaneck High School was named provost of Harvard University on Monday after serving five years as director of the National Institute of Mental Health Steven E Hyman will assume the provost s position in December making him the principal planning and policy officer of Harvard and second in command to President Lawrence H Summers Hyman 49 grew up in Teaneck and attended its public schools He was captain of the Teaneck High School wrestling team and was named class intellect in the senior yearbook Scientific Leadership Steven E Hyman The Broad Institute Retrieved 21 May 2013 Hyman Steven E 2011 04 26 Diagnosing the DSM Diagnostic Classification Needs Fundamental Reform Cerebrum The Dana Forum on Brain Science 2011 6 ISSN 1524 6205 PMC 3574782 PMID 23447775 Mehta Aalok 7 October 2008 Neuroethics Q amp A with Steven Hyman What is Neuroethics The Dana Foundation Retrieved 28 September 2014 Annual Review of Neuroscience Volume 26 2003 Edited by Steven E Hyman Thomas M Jessell Carla J Shatz and Charles F Stevens Palo Alto California Annual Reviews 70 00 xii 762 p 27 pl ill subject index and cumulative indexes contributing authors and chapter titles Volumes 17 26 ISBN 0 8243 2426 9 2003 The Quarterly Review of Biology 79 2 Retrieved 29 July 2021 EDITOR OF THE ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE VOLUME 40 2017 Annual Reviews Retrieved 29 July 2021 External links EditNews of Harvard s revised conflict of interest policy interviewing Steve Hyman and David Korn Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Steven Hyman amp oldid 1047276889, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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