UCSF Psychiatry News
UCSF, Stanford team link shorter telomeres to smaller hippocampus
Alexander, von Zastrow named Royer Award honorees
Jeanne Leventhal Alexander, MD, and Mark von Zastrow, MD, PhD, have been selected as this year’s recipients of the Dr. J. Elliot Royer Award for outstanding contributions to psychiatry. The award was established by Oakland physician J. Elliott Royer after his death in 1962. His will specified the eligibility criteria, selection process, and amount of the annual award, which alternates each year between neurology and psychiatry.
UCSF faculty and residents to take part in the 2014 APA Annual Meeting
Dunn takes AIM at exploring the impact of spiritual care
Cheyette awarded NARSAD Independent Investigator Grant
McBurnett speaks to The New York Times about the debate surrounding sluggish cognitive tempo
Citywide Case Management Services providing resources at new affordable housing complex
The UCSF Citywide RCA Support Services team, part of the Division of Citywide Case Management Services at SFGH, is providing comprehensive mental health, substance abuse, and case management services to the 120 residents of the Rene Cazenave Apartments, a new affordable housing development in San Francisco’s Transbay Redevelopment Area.
9th annual Wallerstein Lecture to be held March 19
Noted psychoanalyst, educator, and author Morris Eagle, PhD, will be featured as the keynote speaker at this year’s Robert S. Wallerstein, MD Visiting Scholar Lectureship on Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.