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Black women in the U.S. are six times more likely to be murdered than white women, according to a new study from the Columbia Department of Psychiatry and the Mailman School of Public Health.
Lisa Ranzenhofer, a clinical psychologist and researcher, discusses the hallmarks of binge eating disorder, its prevalence, possible causes, and treatments.
A study from researchers at Columbia, Yale, and Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles found stress from racial discrimination and bias appears to be transmitted from mother to child during pregnancy.
- January 24, 2024
The grant will help expand our understanding of G protein-coupled receptors, or GPCRs, proteins that have been linked to more than 100 diseases and disorders.
- January 17, 2024
The study advocates for interventions to nurture child-adult relationships that may bolster children's resilience over a lifetime.
- January 9, 2024
Dr. June Jackson Christmas, a pioneering psychiatrist and longtime clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia, left an indelible mark on the psychiatry and public health landscape.
- January 5, 2024
A first of its kind study underlines the importance of conducting immediate mental health assessments following exposure to large-scale trauma, such as war and armed conflict.
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