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The Future of Medicine Sparks Here Video

The Future of Medicine Sparks Here

This is UT Southwestern Medical Center, and this is where a spark happens. Join UT Southwestern Medical Center and find your spark.
Functional Neurological Disorders: Exploring Unmet Needs News

Functional Neurological Disorders: Exploring Unmet Needs

A specialist in functional neurological disorders calls for greater attention to these common neuropsychiatric conditions.
New AI tool may help detect early signs of dementia News

New AI tool may help detect early signs of dementia

UTSW-led study finds an automated speech analysis algorithm is able to recognize cognitive impairment in a Spanish-speaking population.
The Habenula: From Synaptic Dynamics to Mood Disorders News

The Habenula: From Synaptic Dynamics to Mood Disorders

The Shabel Lab is at the forefront of investigating the role of the habenula in motivated behavior and mood disorders.
Demystifying Schizophrenia and Related Psychotic Disorders News

Demystifying Schizophrenia and Related Psychotic Disorders

A veteran clinician-researcher seeks to advance knowledge of schizophrenia and related disorders.
Transforming Mental Health: Texas Consortium's Pioneering Effort to Tackle Childhood Trauma and Depression News

Transforming Mental Health: Texas Consortium's Pioneering Effort to Tackle Childhood Trauma and Depression

Carol A. Tamminga, Chair of UT Southwestern’s Department of Psychiatry is coauthor of an article published in Personalized Medicine in Psychiatry entitled The Texas child mental health network: A child and adolescent research registry.
How education, race, and ethnicity may factor in who gets dementia and mild cognitive impairment News

How education, race, and ethnicity may factor in who gets dementia and mild cognitive impairment

KERA’s Sam Baker talks about why dementia isn't all about age with Dr. Molly Camp, an Assistant Professor in the Psychiatry Department of UT Southwestern Medical Center.
UTSW-led studies are largest ever for stimulant use disorders News

UTSW-led studies are largest ever for stimulant use disorders

NIDA-funded trials will test possible treatments for methamphetamine, cocaine abuse
UTSW study challenges classic tenet of memory research News

UTSW study challenges classic tenet of memory research

Findings suggest activating hippocampal neurons may weaken their connections in select cell population
Study gathers data on Texas youths being treated for depression News

Study gathers data on Texas youths being treated for depression

UT Southwestern researchers analyze statewide network data on suicidal ideation, behavior
The Sound of Silence: Cognitive Biases and Socioeconomic Barriers Leading to Delayed Diagnosis of Metastatic Cancer News

The Sound of Silence: Cognitive Biases and Socioeconomic Barriers Leading to Delayed Diagnosis of Metastatic Cancer

This paper is a case report telling the story of a patient misdiagnosed with a psychiatric illness resulting in a delayed cancer diagnosis. We highlight the socioeconomic and systemic barriers as well as treatment biases that contributed and offer recommendations for psychiatrist to serve as advocates for their patients.
Hippocampal subfield transcriptome analysis in schizophrenia psychosis News

Hippocampal subfield transcriptome analysis in schizophrenia psychosis

In this study we identify changes in gene expression between individuals with schizophrenia and healthy controls, unique to hippocampal subfields. These studies provide clues to molecular mechanism potentially important in schizophrenia studies, ideas which we are exploiting in several federal grant studies.

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