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He has a passion for ADHD research: Upstate's The Informed Patient podcast with guest Stephen Faraone, PhD

Career studying attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder earns world renown

A renowned ADHD researcher from Upstate tells what he has learned about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, how he got into the field and how the disease still carries a stigma. Psychologist Stephen Faraone, PhD, ranks as one of the top 80 scientists in the world in a recent listing largely because of the volume of his ADHD research, often as part of a team. A distinguished professor and vice chair of research in psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Upstate, he also serves as president of the World Federation of ADHD and editor of the journal Neuropsychiatric Genetics.