prof. Bernard Lerer
Prof. Charles Nemeroff
Prof. Stephen Koslow
prof. Bernard LererProfessor Bernard Lerer gives this lecture entitled Pharmacogenetics of Antipsychotic Drug Treatment: From Man to Mouse to Clinical Diagnosis' at The Australian National University on 17 August 2010. This Public Lecture was held in conjunction with The Bootes Course on Translational Medicine: The Pathway from Discovery to Healthcare at the University's John Curtin School of Medical Research.
Prof. Charles Nemeroff"Personalized Medicine in Psychiatry" presented by Charles B. Nemeroff, MD, PhD, on October 5, 2012, as part of the Dorothy C. Fuqua Lecture Series "Trailblazing in Psychiatry: Charting future paths of mental health treatments" organized and hosted by Skyland Trail.
Prof. Stephen KoslowProfessor Stephen Koslow gives this presentation at the First National Symposium on Translational Psychiatry, 4 -5 April 2011, at The John Curtin School of Medical Research, The Australian National University. Dr. Stephen H. Koslow, PhD has been an innovator and creative leader in the fields of psychopharmacology, neuroscience and informatics. He continues to run his own consulting company, and his efforts in Neuroinformatics, and special interest in the clinical areas of mental illness. He had worked for many years at the National Institutes of Mental Health (NIH) where he had a major leadership role in these same areas.
Ia autism ready for personalized medicine?
Professor Charles Nemeroff
Ia autism ready for personalized medicine?Clinical seminar with Dr. Peter Szatmari
Professor Charles NemeroffCharles Nemeroff, MD, PhD Leonard M. Miller Professor and Chairman, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Director, University of Miami Center on Aging Objectives: Upon completion of the activity, participants should be better able to… 1. To recognize the role of genetics and epigenetics in the pathophysiology and treatment response in mood disorders 2. To recall the gene-environment interactions in the pathogenesis of mood and anxiety disorders 3. To restate the role of inflammation in the pathophysiology of depression *For more information about this lecture, please contact Dr. Charles Nemeroff firstname.lastname@example.org **For more information about the University of Minnesota's Psychiatry Grand Rounds, click here: http://www.psychiatry.umn.edu/educati... (CME credits are not granted for online viewing)