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Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman and co-authors hypothesized that combining the xanomeline with trospium could lessen xanomeline's typical side effects in treating schizophrenia.
Columbia researchers have published their first report on mass shootings from the Columbia Mass Murder Database (CMMD).
- May 23, 2018
Dr. Ilana Nossel is the medical director and co-associate director of OnTrackNY and an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC).
- May 11, 2018
Researchers at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) identified a specific receptor related to the neurotransmitter serotonin that could be targeted with drugs to boost memory.
- May 3, 2018
Cognitive remediation can feasibly be implemented in large systems of care, according to researchers at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
- April 30, 2018
A new study suggests that when a specific approach to supported employment (Individual Placement and Support) is implemented well it is associated with higher employment rates sustained over time.
- February 16, 2018
Researchers at Columbia Universityand New York State Psychiatric Institute (NYSPI) found that people with schizophrenia who experience auditory hallucinations tend to hear what they expect.
- December 14, 2017
Ketamine was significantly more effective than a commonly used sedative in reducing suicidal thoughts in depressed patients, according to researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC).
Source:Medical XpressNovember 29, 2017
"These results enable us to determine whether potential treatments will be effective against patients' symptoms by testing them first in healthy volunteers," said Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman.
- April 5, 2017
“How Early Life Experience Shapes Brain Function”
- April 3, 2017
New findings suggest that American adults who survive deliberate self-harm are at increased risk of suicide in the first year after such an event.
Source:NBC NewsMarch 15, 2017
People living with HIV and their loved ones should be aware of the symptoms of HIV-associated dementia, so the appropriate diagnostic investigation and treatment can be initiated as soon as possible.