• Infrared whole body heating as a novel therapeutic approach for treatment of depression.Infrared whole body heating. Clinical trials are underway in collaboration with Dr. Charles Raison, University of Arizona, Tucson, to evaluate infrared whole body heating as a novel therapeutic approach for treatment of depression.
  • Immunization strategies for prevention of stress-related psychiatric disorders.This research program is evaluating the potential for immunization strategies for prevention of stress-related psychiatric disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and major depressive disorder.
  • Support of undergraduate research opportunities.We provide research training for undergraduate students, training the next generation of scientists.
Infrared whole body heating as a novel therapeutic approach for treatment of depression.1 Immunization strategies for prevention of stress-related psychiatric disorders.3 Support of undergraduate research opportunities.3

Site News

18 May

New Website Coming Soon!

To all site visitors,

Today we would like to share with you our upcoming plans to revamp the Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Laboratory website. The purpose of the redesign is not only to better represent the active nature of our cutting-edge research, but moreover to garner continued and future interest from the public, supporters, and prospective collaborators and students alike.

We hope to accomplish this by expanding on our content, providing regular updates, and develop new ways of engaging with our visitors.

It is difficult for us to capture in words, or express our genuine appreciation in the level of support and outreach from the public; both of which have helped us to evolve and grow as a lab and accelerate the level of our work and new discoveries.

Please stay tuned in the coming months as we work to bring you the next version of Lowry-Lab.org that better represents the active and fast-paced nature our lab -- including new ways of engaging with us and providing us your ideas and feedback!

We genuinely appreciate your support and patience. We believe given the breadth of what's to come, the wait is all worth the while!

19 Mar

Planned Server Maintenance and Site Updates

Dear Lowry-Lab.org site visitors,

We received notice from Colorado.edu Office of Information Technology (OIT) department that a planned server reboot will occur on Mon, Mar 26th 2018 at 11:00PM (23:00 MST). Please note that the resulting maintenance should result in only minimal downtime.

On a separate, but similar note: our lead webmaster will be working with the lab director in the coming months to release an updated version of lowry-lab.org. Although all the features haven't been formally pinned down, please expect the site to contain a myriad of additional informational pages; additionally, the site will receive a graphical facelift and will incorporate new features and pages. The ultimate goal is not only to bring the lab website up-to-date, but to provide a more interactive model for reporting updates and press releases, as our research progresses.

Please stay tuned. We're currently in the planning phase and additional details will emerge within the coming months.

As always, we value you support and feedback. Please use the "Contact Us" section of the website to submit your feedback, or to request features for the next iteration of lowry-lab.org.

All the best,
Lowry-Lab.org Digital Media Team

16 Nov

Migration and Site Downtime

To all site visitors:

Please be advised The Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Laboratory website (lowry-lab.org) will be inaccessible between the hours of 5PM and 10PM (MST) on November 22nd, 2016. Site access and features will be fully restored following the planned migration.

Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.

15 Feb

Welcome to the new lab website!

Welcome to the Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Lab (BNL) website. The new version of this site features a more robust CMS and we are working diligently to bring the site fully online and keep it updated with the latest information.

We encourage you to donate if you are interested in the research we do at the BNL. Every dollar you contribute goes directly towards funding this cutting-edge depression research.

We encourage you to check out the entire website and provide us feedback as we build. You can provide feedback to us using the contact form.

Thanks for your time and support.
~The BNL Staff

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