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"It is important to know that change takes time. Progress is not always linear; relapses or slips are often a part of the process," says Dr. Aimee Chiligiris.
During the month of February, Columbia Psychiatry has honored Black art, novels, podcasts, documentaries, and nonprofit initiatives and put together a curated list that we hope you will explore.
Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman and co-authors hypothesized that combining the xanomeline with trospium could lessen xanomeline's typical side effects in treating schizophrenia.
The Horga Lab is a psychiatry research lab that uses neuroimaging and cognitive methods to study the origins of the psychotic symptoms of schizophrenia, including hallucinations and delusions.
Columbia Psychiatry’s Jermaine Jones, PhD, discusses his current work in substance use disorders and diversity in medical and psychiatric training.
PreparED, an online eating disorder educational program for healthcare trainees.
Columbia Psychiatry’s Adriane Birt, MD, describes her work directing a crisis team and how race, gender and family history led her to study medicine.
Columbia researchers have published their first report on mass shootings from the Columbia Mass Murder Database (CMMD).
Columbia researchers conducted a systematic review, determining which suicide prevention strategies work, and are scalable to national levels.
It’s not clear yet, based on current data, whether fish oil can work as an antidepressant, says Dr. Philip Muskin.