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"Experiments in Consciousness: Brain Science in the 1950s"

Dec 02, 2020
2:00pm to 3:30pm

Richardson Seminar on the History of Psychiatry, Andreas Killen, Ph.D., CUNY
Virtual Narcan Training

Virtual Narcan Training

Dec 08, 2020
5:00pm to 6:00pm

Every day in New YorkCity, about 3 people die from a drug overdose. This brief training will teach you how to recognize and reverse an opioid overdose. You will become a Certified...

"Narrative Arcs in the History of Psychiatry: The Case of Depression"

Dec 16, 2020
2:00pm to 3:30pm

Richardson Seminar on the History of Psychiatry Jonathan Sadowsky, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University Please join Zoom Meeting: https://weillcornell.zoom.us/meeting/register...

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Recognizing Safety Signals May Reduce Fear and Anxiety

Learning to associate distinct signals with safety has been shown by researchers to reduce fear and anxiety. Now, a study by investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine, NewYork-Presbyterian and Yale University demonstrates that these safety signals activate different circuits in the brain from those involved in typical anxiety therapy, suggesting the approach may enhance treatments for individuals with anxiety disorders or serve as an alternative to current interventions.

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Mentoring Moments: Dr. So Hyun "Sophy" Kim

Hannah, Claire, Dr. Sophy Kim

Dr. So Hyun “Sophy” Kim runs the ASD & Developmental Science Lab at Weill Cornell Medicine. Working with the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB), her government funded clinical research focuses on examining developmental and behavioral patterns such as academic achievement and executive function in children with ASD, while combining cutting edge behavioral and...

Digital Domains: Apps, Video Games and Other Media are Filling Gaps in Mental Healthcare

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By Amy Crawford
Illustrations by Stephanie Dalton Cowan
Photos by John Abbott

Tegan Lee always thought of himself as “a very systematic thinker,” the sort of person who solves problems quickly and efficiently. It’s a style that served him well through a long career as a project manager and consultant in the tech industry. But two years ago, when Lee was in his late 50s, a diagnosis of late-onset bipolar disorder forced him into early retirement—and upended his life. “I...

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