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ACCESS Canada-TRAM: The Douglas Institute at the heart of the future in youth care

Dr. Ashok Malla and his team leads ACCESS Canada project TRAM- Transformational Research in Adolescent Mental Health. To read more about this five year and 25$ M initiative jointly funded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Graham Boeckh Foundation (GBF), click the following link.

Published: 20Feb2015

In the News: How a man's hand can reveal how he may treat women- Co-authored by Dr. Simon Young

A study led by Professor Debbie Moskowitz of the Department of Psychology, and co-authored by Emeritus Professor Simon Young of the Department of Psychiatry, reveals how men with smaller index fingers and longer ring fingers are nicer towards women.  To read more about the study and why, click the following links:

Published: 19Feb2015

In the News: Student Jay Olson's study attracts media attention

Graduate student Jay Olson who recently published a research paper with Professor Amir Raz is attracting positive media attention.  Jay Olson was also interviewed by The Atlantic, CBC radio, Radio-Canada International, ABC (Australian) radio, and the National Post about his research. To read more about his work, please click the following links below:

Published: 11Feb2015

Film Screening: Out of Mind, Out of Sight

24Feb201519:00
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21:00
Arts Building Moyse Hall, 853 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G5, CA

For more information, please view the attached flyer.

Spotlight on Dr. Jaswant Guzder and Dr. Jens Pruessner

In this edition of Spotlight, we would like to congratulate Dr. Jaswant Guzder and Dr. Jens Pruessner for their promotion to the rank of full professor.

Published: 6Feb2015

In the News: Dr. Jaswant Guzder on childhood mental illness

Dr. Jaswant Guzder is cited on CTV regarding childhood mental illness and parenting.  To read more, click the following link.

http://www.ctvnews.ca/health/childhood-mental-illness-not-a-matter-of-lazy-parenting-1.2209407

Published: 28Jan2015

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