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Columbia Psychiatry’s residents tell us about why they chose to go into psychiatry and their favorite and most memorable aspects of training at Columbia.
Dr. Arthur Williams said the rising heart infection rates among injection drug users underscore the urgent need to get the nation's opioid epidemic under control.
An effective, rapidly-acting treatment for the symptoms of Social Anxiety Disorder would be extremely valuable and life-changing for individuals with SAD, commented Dr. Michael Liebowitz.
A group of international organizations has created a Nomenclature Taskforce to develop an approach that is rooted in scientifically-grounded neuroscience.
October 11th, 2018 marks the 30th anniversary of National Coming Out Day.
For nearly 30 years now, October 11th has marked National Depression Screening Day.
Dr. Ali Mattu takes a look at how mental illness is depicted in pop culture and tells us how accurate they really are.
The faculty and staff of the Columbia University Department of Psychiatry deeply mourn the passing of our colleague Herbert D. Kleber, MD.
“The most common symptoms I hear in my office are just feeling very out of sorts and emotionally unwell,” said Dr. Ravi N. Shah.
Ali Mattu, PhD, says that people tend to talk too much because they're uncomfortable in a social setting and feel the need to compensate.