Mind the Gap Workshop

The Mind the Gap Workshop is held once a month, hosting fascinating speakers discussing subjects linking the gap between clinical care and research. This seminar series provides an opportunity for a resident and research fellow to come together and present a research topic, followed by an in-depth discussion to promote its educational purpose.

 

By encouraging better communication between basic science researchers and clinicians, we hope to better understand mental illnesses and ultimately treat patients more effectively. In our goal to understand mental illness holistically, we host talks by a variety of clinicians and researchers.

 

Our audience for this event continues to increase with an average of 70 attendees per workshop. 

Date
Speaker
Topic
12/15/2018
Alison Buchholz, PhD; Edgar Woznica, MD
The Dimensional Perspective: Exploring the Cognitive Deficits of Schizophrenia
11/7/2018
Anne Leonpacher, MD; Adriana Amigo, PhD
Disease perspective: Treatment refractory and chronic schizophrenia
10/17/2018
Stephanie Solazzo, MD; Gertha Boersma, PhD
Behavior perspective: Anorexia Nervosa
2/23/2018
Mary Kimmel, MD
DSM-IV - V
11/8/2017
Nadia Zaim, MD; Christina Timmerman, PhD
Dimensional Perspective - Psychiatric pathology in children with developmental disabilities secondary to a pathological process
10/11/2017
Paul R. McHugh, MD
'On Bull****' and the Perspectives of Psychiatry: A conversation with Dr. Paul McHugh
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