- February 22, 2018
A new Columbia University study suggests that smoking cannabis may lower the amount of prescription opioids needed to produce pain relief.
- February 20, 2018
The Chapman Perelman Foundation will contribute $500,000 to Columbia University Irving Medical Center’s (CUIMC) Institute of Genomic Medicine (IGM) and the Department of Psychiatry.
- 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.
In The Media
Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman said many psychiatrists would likely want to try digital Abilify, especially for patients who just had their first psychotic episode and are at risk of stopping medication.
SourceNew York Times
"Among physicians with academic appointments at public medical schools in the USA, women are paid about 80% of what men are paid," writes Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman.
Dr. Colleen Cullen notes that for victims of sexual harassment, the most common diagnoses are depression, anxiety, and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Dr. Paul S. Appelbaum said a neuropathological examination is not unreasonable to "see whether it might contribute to our understanding of what occurred.”
"There's a crescendo of voices saying, 'If you don't do X or Y, you're doing it wrong,'" Dr. Catherine Monk says. The result is "a kind of over-preciousness about motherhood."
- April 26, 2017
Dr. Anne Marie Albano discusses learning to recognize and manage anxiety.
- April 19, 2017
The sixth annual gathering of Leon Levy Fellows in Neuroscience brings together premier early-career scientists at the five leading neuroscience research institutions in New York City.
- April 5, 2017
“How Early Life Experience Shapes Brain Function”
- April 4, 2017
Jacqueline Gottlieb at the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute studies attention and information seeking.
- April 3, 2017
Dr. Andrew Solomon talks to the NewStatesman about his work and latest writing.
- 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.
- February 24, 2017
“As the ‘silver tsunami’ approaches, substance use disorders in the elderly are expected to more than triple by 2020,” says Dr. Kotbi, Associate Professor of Psychiatry
- February 8, 2017
Study in mice shows drug’s potential to prevent PTSD in soldiers and others likely to experience psychological trauma.
- February 7, 2017
Fake news and questionable claims are not confined to the world of politics and social media.
- January 18, 2017
Major gift provides for expertise and training to expand access to mental health services for victims of domestic violence.