Philip Shaw, BM, BCh (Medicine), PhD is a principle investigator at the National Institute of Health (NIH) Intramural Research Program. He is also an investigator of the Social Behavioral Research Branch and head at the Neurobehavioral Clinical Research Section at the Human Genome Research Institute. In these videos, Dr. Shaw discusses the neuroscience of childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Section 1Main Neuroscience Findings in Childhood ADHD
Section 2How Current Neuroscience May Change Treatment in the Future
Section 3Stimulants and Childhood ADHD
Section 4Coolest Things in Neuroscience