At OppNet’s inception, the Steering Committee requested a seminar series to educate the entire NIH community on basic behavioral and social sciences. The following titles link to archived videocasts that are available to the public.
- The amygdala and emotion in human and non-human primates, March 25, 2011
- Big man on campus: Social regulation of gene and endocrine expression in human and nonhuman primates, March 20, 2012
- Cultural neuroscience: Closing the gap in population mental health disparities, January 8, 2016
- Geospatial frontiers in health and health behaviors research: Key pathways forward, March 6, 2014
- Maternal/caretaker response to child’s distress and pain, September 19, 2011
- Survey biology, June 28, 2011
- OppNet-funded research projects on biopsychosocial mechanisms and processes in resilience and health, March 11, 2021
Reports, proceedings, and articles
Over the years, OppNet activities have led to many types of publications in addition to the articles published by OppNet grantees. Listed below are OppNet-related publications that are less likely to be found through PubMed.gov or the Results section of any NIH grant found through NIH RePORTER.
- Evaluation of a mid-career investigator career development award: Assessing the ability of OppNet K18 awardees to obtain NIH follow-on research funding, 2018
- Insights from the OppNet initiatives on psychosocial stress and sleep: Themes for multidisciplinary team science research, 2016
- A manual for cultural analysis, 2018, from R24MD008818-01
- Report of the Working Group of the NIH Advisory Committee to the Director on research opportunities in the basic behavioral and social sciences, 2004