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 (abigail.hess@hsc.utah.edu).

UPCOMING GRAND ROUNDS

DATE SPEAKER NAME INSTITUTION PRESENTATION TITLE or SUBJECT
09/05/2018 Sarah L. Berga, MD University of Utah Stress, Emotional Eating, and Reproductive Function
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09/19/2018 Mustafa M. Husain, MD University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas Neuromodulation: A New Era in the Treatment of Depression
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09/26/2018 Mikle South, PhD Brigham Young University Anxiety and the Autisms: Mice, Mindfulness, and Other Mechanisms 
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10/17/2018 Kevin Duff, PhD, ABPP-CN University of Utah Cognitive Plasticity in Older Adults
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11/14/2018 Xavier Amador, PhD The LEAP Institute "I am Not Sick! I Don't Need Help!" Research on Anosognosia & Treatment Adherence
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11/21/2018 Donald W. Black, MD University of Iowa Borderline Personality Disorder: Update on Clinical Issues and Management Strategies
*No recording available
12/05/2018 Jordan F. Karp, MD University of Pittsburg Late-Life Depression: Update on State on the Clinical Science and Pharmacotherapy in Primary Care
*No recording available
12/12/2018 Susan E. Swedo, MD National Institute of Mental Health PANS, PANDAS, and Basal Ganglia Autoimmune Encephalitis
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No recoding available
12/19/2018 Michael Fox, MD, PhD Harvard Medical School Localizing and Treating Neuropsychiatric Symptoms with the Human Connectome
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01/02/2019 No lecture is scheduled for this date
01/09/2019 Gail D'Onofrio, MD, MS Yale School of Medicine Emergency Departments: a 24/7/365 Option for Combating the Opioid Crisis
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01/16/2019 Paul H. Earley, MD, DFASAM American Society of Addiction Medicine Addiction among Physicians and Physicians Health Programs
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02/06/2019 David M. Huebner, PhD, MPH George Washington University Parent Influences on LGBT Child Health: Building an Evidence Base for Interventions to Support Families
*No recording available
02/20/2019 No lecture is scheduled for this date
03/06/2019 Christopher M. Layne, PhD Duke University Clinical Perspectives on Bereavement and Grief: Past, Present, and Future
03/20/2019 James T. McCracken, MD UCLA Can We Improve ADHD Treatment? Implications for Other Disorders
04/03/2019 No lecture is scheduled for this date
04/17/2019 Vidya Kamath, PhD Johns Hopkins University The Translational Potential of the Olfactory System for the Study of Schizophrenia
*No recording available
05/01/2019 Roger D. Weiss, MD Harvard Medical School Treatment of Prescription Opioid Use Disorder
05/15/2019 Paolo Moretti, MD University of Utah TBD

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First-time users, register with the CME office. Once registered, there are 4 ways to claim credit using each event's unique event code: 

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