McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School
S. Barak Caine conducted his first published experiments on the biological basis of behavior during summer breaks from high school, in the lab of Alice Powers at Bryn Mawr College. He studied behavioral pharmacology with Irwin Lucki and conducted research with Andrew Winokur at the University of Pennsylvania. During his predoctoral work, he published with Mark Geyer and Neal Swerdlow at UCSD and completed his doctorate in George Koob´s lab at the Scripps Research Institute. He was a Human Frontier Postdoctoral Fellow in Barry Everitt´s lab at Cambridge University. He completed his training with Steve Negus and Nancy Mello and is currently Assistant Professor and Director of the Neuroscience Program in the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Center, McLean Hospital – Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Caine was a recipient of a CPDD Travel Award in 1996 and has been a member of CPDD since 1997.