The Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds series regularly presents local and nationally-renowned clinicians and researchers. Presentations typically occur from 12:00-1:00 pm on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month in the University Neuropsychiatric Institute Auditorium (501 Chipeta Way). Presentations are open to the public.
We offer live streamings of our Grand Rounds that can be watched remotely. If you would like to watch live, please send an email request to Abbie Hess (firstname.lastname@example.org).
UPCOMING GRAND ROUNDS
|DATE||SPEAKER NAME||INSTITUTION||PRESENTATION TITLE or SUBJECT|
|08/14/2019||Eli Ayumi Stahl, PhD||Mount Sinai School of Medicine||Insights into Bipolar Disorder and Psychiatric Diagnoses from Common and Rare Variant Genetic Studies
|09/04/2019||Jennifer Duffecy, PhD||University of Illinois, Chicago||Digital Mental Health Interventions for the Treatment and Prevention of Mood Disorders
|09/18/2019||Alan K. Davis, PhD||The Ohio State University & Johns Hopkins School of Medicine||Quantum Change Occasioned by Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy for Major Depressive Disorder
|10/02/2019||Joseph McEvoy, MD||Augusta University||The Treatment and Management of Schizophrenia|
|10/16/2019||Scott A. Langenecker, PhD||University of Utah||Contemplating Rumination: Assessing & Measuring Change in Relation to Risk for Depression Recurrence
|11/06/2019||Philp Mehler, MD, FACP, FAED, CEDS||University of Colorado||Medical Complication of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia|
|11/20/2019||Hendree Jones, PhD||University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill||Treating Women for Substance Use Disorders: A Life Span Perspective|
|12/04/2019||Matthew W. Johnson, PhD||Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine||Potential Therapeutic Effects of Psilocybin|
|12/18/2019||Brent Forester||Harvard Medical School||Evaluation and Management of Alzheimer's Dementia|
|01/15/2020||Helen Burgess||University of Michigan||Watching and Shifting the Human Circadian Clock: Implications for Treatment|
|02/05/2020||David Fresco||Kent State University||Emotion Regulation Therapy: Translating Affect Science Principles to Improve Clinical Outcomes for Refractory Disorders|
|02/19/2020||Christopher Gregg||University of Utah||How Artificial Intelligence Will Change Psychiatry & Mental Health Research|