January 25

Sleepy, Sweaty, and Stressed: How Menopause Impacts Women’s Cardiovascular Health

Rebecca Thurston, PhD Professor of Psychiatry, Clinical and Translational Science, Epidemiology and Psychology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
January 28

EpiBrain Journal Club - Assessment of Racial Disparities in Biomarkers for Alzheimer Disease

Hosted by Drs. Beth Shaaban and Andrea Russo
February 1

Stress and Schizophrenia: Susceptibility in the Developing Brain

Anthony Grace, PhD Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience, Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology, University of Pittsburgh
February 8

CANCELLED - Toward Personalized Psychiatry: Individual Risk of Developing and Having Recurrent Manic Episodes

Boris Birmaher, MD Endowed Chair in Early Onset Bipolar Disease and Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
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Consistently ranked among the top psychiatric departments and hospitals in the US, our Department and its flagship hospital, UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital, revolutionizes psychiatric diagnosis and treatment, advances scholarship and knowledge, and continues to be a trailblazer in innovative research.

primary members trained in psychiatry, psychology, neuroscience, education, genetics, molecular biology, neuroimaging, statistics, and other basic sciences.


million in research funding in fiscal year 2018

Providing behavioral health services to patients and their families since


Our residency training program was ranked sixth in the nation by Doximity


ambulatory programs offering behavioral health services

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Create the future of psychiatry through basic, translational and clinical research.

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