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"Jim Crow in the Asylum: Psychiatry and Segregation in the American South 1945-1970"

Sep 08, 2021
2:00pm to 3:30pm

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center

Kylie M. Smith, Ph.D., Emory University Richardson Seminar on the History of Psychiatry

"Of Fear and Strangers: A History of Xenophia"

Sep 15, 2021
2:00pm to 3:30pm

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center

George J. Makari, M.D., Weill Cornell Medicine Richardson Seminar on the History of Psychiatry
“Colonizing Madness: Asylum and Community in Fiji”

“Colonizing Madness: Asylum and Community in Fiji”

Nov 03, 2021
2:00pm to 3:30pm

Jacqueline Lecki, Ph.D., Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Richardson Seminar on the History of Psychiatry https://weillcornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/...

"From the Outside In: Goffman's Concept of Stigma and Observational Research in the Human Sciences"

Dec 15, 2021
2:00pm to 3:30pm

Heather Love, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania https://weillcornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0tfuCuqD4rHtQI2C9TA6bfMMtRpuYonx3C

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Mentoring Moment: Dr. Dickerman & Dr. Claman

Dr. Claman and Dr. Dickerman

The Weill Cornell Medicine Department of Psychiatry recognizes the importance of building inspiring mentorships and fostering a learning environment in which young researchers have the opportunity to work closely with experienced faculty.

Dr. Anna Dickerman (Assistant professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Assistant Attending Psychiatrist, and Chief of Psychiatric Consultation-Liaison Service) and...

Mindful Parenting

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Mindful Parenting

Kathryn Bleiberg Ph.D. provides insight into being a more mindful parent. She shares how our relationship with our children can help us to recognize and readjust our expectations of ourselves as parents to respond, rather than react, during conflict with our kids.
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Developmental Deficits in GABA Lead to Abnormal Brain Rhythms in Sensory Areas

Decreased amounts of a neurotransmitter called GABA, whose main function is to reduce activity in the brain, leads to changes in the number of neurons in the developing brain and alters signaling between them, according to new research by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators. The findings could lead to an improved understanding of autism and sensory processing disorders.

There are two kinds of neurons in the cortex: Excitatory neurons “fire” and pass signals on to other neurons and...

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