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Psychiatry Newsletter - Hopkins Brain Wise Summer 2010
Hopkins Brain Wise Summer 2010
Addictions researchers Andrew Tompkins and Maxine Stitzer see vaccines’ potential as part of a wave of change in addictions treatment. “There’s no magic bullet,” says Stitzer, but patients could go longer between visits and the biology is more strongly on their side.
Articles in this Issue
What if there were a safe and lasting way to block the high that users get from cocaine?
Researchers testing an anti-cocaine vaccine are well aware of details that could derail their trials.
A mood disorder is a disease you can treat. It's not who you are.
Mood Disorders: First Person
An insightful teen talks about her road to recovery.
Assessing and planning for cognitive changes in children treated with chemotherapy and radiation makes all the difference.
Dr. Glenn Treisman make sense of seeming contradictions in research about the effectiveness of antidepressants.
A cellphone-based system is designed to help patients monitor their moods more accurately.
A free, online dementia risk assessment provides a private way to check your memory or that of a family member.
Marjorie Centofanti - Editor
Patrick Gilbert - Director of Editorial Services
Marjorie Centofanti - Editor, Writer
Melissa Hendricks - Writer
David Dilworth - Designer
Keith Weller - Photography