Patient Safety (CANCELLED)
The Clinical Grand Rounds originally scheduled for March 15th focusing on increasing awareness about patient safety among health professionals and the public has been cancelled due to a scheduling conflict. We hope to feature this topic at a future date.
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Impaired Endocannabinoid Signaling in Stress and Addiction
Dr. Natividad's research integrates behavioral and biochemical approaches to study neurotransmitter and lipid signaling systems in brain regions that modulate behavioral anxiety and the anhedonic responses of the “dark side” of addiction. Expanding his research scope to broad-scale assessments of the brain proteome, he is interested in using advanced platforms in mass spectrometry to comprehensively study the effects of drugs of abuse and negative affective states on small molecule transmitters and protein signaling in the brain. Dr.
The Youth Mental Health Imperative: Creating Early Access to Mental Health Care for Our Young People and Families
The Department of Psychiatry welcomes Steven Adelsheim, MD as our featured speaker for this year's Clinician Educator Grand Rounds. Dr. Adelsheim is a child and adolescent and adult psychiatrist who works to support community behavioral health partnerships locally, regionally, at the state level and nationally.
Targeting Neurocognitive Profiles in Anxiety and Depression: Towards Psychobiological Intervention
The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine's Senior Vice Chancellor's Research Seminar Series will feature Rebecca Price, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology, as its speaker on March 22, 2019.