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Natasha Kulviwat, a rising high school senior, discovered a protein that may serve as predictor for suicide and could potentially lead to new strategies for intervention and prevention.
Opening remarks were delivered by Dr. Blair Simpson, interim chair of psychiatry at Columbia.
- November 3, 2022
A Columbia study, which enrolls children ages 4-6 in a camp-like setting, seeks to learn which play activities best soothe anxious children.
- October 28, 2022
Data from Columbia Mass Murder Database reveal psychosis and other serious psychiatric illness absent in the majority of perpetrators.
- September 28, 2022
An NIH award will help fund a collaborative effort of Columbia University's Department of Pediatrics and Department of Psychiatry titled Prospective Genetic Risk Evaluation and Assessment in Autism.
- September 21, 2022
Columbia Psychiatry study paves the way for treatment techniques to help people adapt to the loss of a loved one.
- July 6, 2022
Findings from the Columbia database help dispel the myth that having a severe psychiatric illness is predictive of who will perpetrate mass murder.
- June 13, 2022
Serotonin is released in the brain during emotionally intense of events, whether negative or positive.
- June 1, 2022
Faculty from Columbia Psychiatry spoke on a wide range of issues at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, May 21-25, 2022.
- May 19, 2022
Boosting thalamic activity could help treat cognitive symptoms in schizophrenia related to altered prefrontal cortex function