Dept. of Psychiatry

24Sep202111:00
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Zeno and the stoinauts: a new direction in modern psychotherapy - How the greco-romans discovered cognitive behavioural therapy, humanism, and anger management but asked for nothing in return

By Dr. Fiore Lalla

The presentation will be made available by Zoom as well as in the South Seminar Room at the Allan Memorial and in the Bikadoroff Conference Room at the MGH (Social distancing will be respected).

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27Sep202111:00
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How early-life experiences sculpt brain circuits to promote stress resilience or vulnerability: Role of microglia

By Jessica Bolton, Assistant Professor, Neuroscience Institute, Georgia State University, Atlanta , USA.

For details and Zoom link, click here

28Sep202109:00
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Role of developing hippocampus in organizing adult behaviors

By Lalit Srivastava, PhD

Are specific biological signatures associated with different forms of childhood adversities? Findings from the Health’s Early Roots & Origins (HERO) project

By Euclides José de Mendonça Filho, PhD Silveira Lab

Towards a Comprehensive Model of Perinatal Mental Health

By MinJu You, MSc Meaney Lab

29Sep202108:30
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Updates on Functional Neurological Disorders: The CHUM FND Clinic Experience

By Dr. Arline-Aude Bérubé, Assistant Professor, Université de Montréal, Neurologist, CHUM Epilepsy Group.

The Neurology Grand Rounds will be held virtually. Please join the Zoom meeting here

Meeting ID: 897 7503 9136

Passcode: 823782

29Sep202110:00
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Insights into Tauopathy Based on the Prion Model

By Dr. Marc Diamond,Director, Center for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenrative Diseases, Distinguished Chair in Basic Brain Injury and Repair, Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute, UTSouthwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, USA.

Zoom Meeting Link

Meeting ID: 868 0061 3539
Passcode: 535831

Insights into Tauopathy Based on the Prion Model

29Sep202111:00
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By Marianne Khalil, Agnes Belkacem, Olivier Percie du Sert, and Delphine Raucher-Chene, graduate students with Dr. Martin Lepage, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University

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29Sep202111:00
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Understanding Psychosis: New Neuroimaging and Pharmacological Findings

By Marianne Khalil, Agnes Belkacem, Olivier Percie du Sert, and Delphine Raucher-Chene, graduate students with Dr. Martin Lepage, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University.

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