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In this OpEd, Sally Satel, a visiting professor of psychiatry at the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons explores the consequences for psychiatrists if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade
“Increasingly, the microbiome is being implicated in mental health concerns,” says Drew Ramsey, MD, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia.
Faculty from Columbia Psychiatry spoke on a wide range of issues at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, May 21-25, 2022.
Adrian Jacques Ambrose, MD, MPH, FAPA, medical director of the Columbia Psychiatry Faculty Practice Organization, discusses the newest research into the neuroscience of anxiety and depression.
The two main elements of perfectionism are having high standards and being overly self-critical, Randy P. Auerbach, PhD, associate professor of medical psychology (in psychiatry) at Columbia said.
The amyloid hypothesis "was so compelling that it triggered the pharmaceutical industry to act,” said Scott Small, MD, professor of neurology and psychiatry at Columbia.
Boosting thalamic activity could help treat cognitive symptoms in schizophrenia related to altered prefrontal cortex function
Jermaine Jones, PhD, a neuroscientist at Columbia, teaches people to rouse individuals experiencing a fentanyl overdose by giving them a firm rub with their knuckles in the center of the chest.
At Columbia Cohen Center for Health and Recovery from Tick-borne diseases, Kristen Kendrick takes the time to assess the patient from multiple perspectives.
Chacku Mathai, a project director with OnTrackNY, thinks about whether, if the perfect antipsychotic existed, he would take it. “My experience is so rich,” he said, “I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”