Thank you for visiting the memorial page for Clarence Steadman. During these times of sadness, it often opens the dialogue about easing the pain for one another. Clarence lived and dedicated himself to others, who did need a bit of assistance to succeed. Some of his most heartfelt memories were about the hypnotherapy research project he worked on while obtaining his doctorate inPsychology at the University of Hawaii. The stigma about receiving mental health counseling must end. Maybe our joint thoughts and prayers will assist scientist and the next generation of students who are striving to alleviate the suffering caused by mental illness as well as bringing mental illness to the forefront of a global discussion.
Thanks to all of you, from the bottom of our hearts, for honoring Clarence’s life.
Michele, Danielle and Sarah
A few facts about The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation:
Since 1987, the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation has awarded more than $365 million to fund more than 5,000 grants to more than 4,000 scientists around the world.
The mission of the Foundation is to alleviate the suffering caused by mental illness by awarding grants that will lead to advances and breakthroughs in scientific research.
100% of donations for research are invested directly into research grants thanks to the generosity of two family foundations that underwrite operational expenses at the Foundation.
The funding model of the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation encourages new and innovative research in that we are able to support new ideas from bottom up generated by scientists.
The Foundation only funds scientists whose research is reviewed and recommended by a world-renowned Scientific Council including Nobel Prize winners and chairs of psychiatric departments.