Coverage of department activities and its faculty in the general media.
Washington Post – June 23, 2015
The trouble with edibles: Many fail to deliver the promised dosage of marijuana
Ryan Vandrey, Ph.D. and his team check label claims of edible products.
Also: USA Today, New York Times, Time, NPR, Forbes, Medical Xpress, Yahoo Health, Associated Press, U.S. News & World Report, WUSA-TV, Washington Post, New York magazine, Vancouver (Canada) Sun
MD Magazine – June 22, 2015
Anxiety, depression, and PTSD common in acute lung injury patients
Joe Bienvenu, M.D. studies life after a stay in the ICU
U.S. News and World Report – June 18, 2015
New Strategies Aim to More Safely Treat Depression in Young Patients
Adam Kaplin, M.D., Ph.D. discusses rodent study that could lead to better treatment of child and adolescent patients.
International Business Times – June 16, 2015
Insomniacs experience worse knee osteoarthritis pain
Claudia Campbell, Ph.D. and her team discovered that people who suffer from both osteoarthritis and insomnia have a nervous system disorder that make them more sensitive to pain. See also Medical Xpress, News-Medical,
Quartz - June 16, 2015
Scientists helped smokers quit by giving them does of a drug found in magic mushrooms
Matthew Johnson, Ph.D. finds a therapy with double the success rate of other methods.
Baltimore Times - June 12, 2015
Geetha Jayaran Honored with Rotary Foundation Global Alumni Service to Humanity Award
NPR Shots Blog – June 8, 2015
Do creativity and schizophrenia share a small genetic link? Maybe
Ray DePaulo, M.D. and Kay Jamison, Ph.D. weigh in.
Orange County Register – June 5, 2015
San Clemente woman whose anorexia video went viral is hospitalized
Graham Redgrave, M.D. comments on serious eating disorders
Time Magazine – June 8, 2015
How your cat could make you mentally ill
Robert H. Yolken, M.D. has been investigating a possible link between the [cat-carried] parasite and mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
OZY – June 4, 2015
The scientist who chose love
A story about the career track of research Zachary Kaminsky, PhD.
The Verge – June 2, 2015
Link between antidepressants and newborn disorder may not be as strong as scientists thought
Jennifer Payne, M.D. comments on a new large study that brings more good information to decisions about using antidepressants during pregnancy.
New York Daily News – May 26
Everest Base Camp trekkers miss Nepal earthquake by a few days, raise funds to help rebuild
Na Young Ji, M.D. was among the trekkers
Capital Gazette- May 26
$100K grant to start injectable heroin treatment in jail
Kelly Dunn, Ph.D. comments on a new prison release program to help addicts
MSN – May 22
Just how bad are your less-than-ideal health habits?
Constantine Lyketsos, M.D. talks about all the ways the brain needs to be stimulated.
Daily Mail- May 13, 2015
Scientific study confirms second-hand smoke highs are real
Postdoctoral fellow Evan Hermann, Ph.D. comments on findings of a recent BPRU study
WBAL-TV -May 12, 2015
Woman killed after wandering from assisted living facility
Paul Rosenberg, M.D. warns families about the dangers of wandering in patients with dementia.
AARP Bulletin – May 1, 2015
Helping dementia patients stay at home longer
Quincy Samus, M.D. discusses the expansion of (and recruitment for) the Mind at Home research study after a promising pilot study. (See recruitment information below)
Baltimore Style Magazine
Jennifer Payne, M.D. counters arguments made in a recent book about woman, mood disorders, and medication.
Time – May 5, 21015
Can antidepressants be safe for kids?
A multidisciplinary team of Johns Hopkins researchers, including Adam Kaplin, M.D., have developed two new strategies to treat depression in young people. See also: Health Canal, International Business Times, Science Daily, Health News Digest, PsychCentral
Coverage of Shauna Reinblatt’s April 23 News Release
Children with ADHD at Risk for Binge Eating, Study Shows
Disordered eating pattern can lead to obesity, other health problems
News Medical – April 23, 2015
Medical Xpress – April 23, 2015
Science Codex - April 23, 2015
ADDitude Magazine – April 28
Stone Hearth News – April 28
Medical News Today – April 29, 2015
(Video)WGN-TV and CLTV (Chicago)
Vice- April 27
Where did my OCD come from?
Gerald Nestadt, M.D. talks about the genetics of OCD.
Washington Post – April 27
Should you exercise after a heart attack?
Una McCann, M.D. discusses anxiety and depression in the context of heart disease
WFMZ-TV (Allentown, Pa.)
Life lessons: Healing power of forgiveness
Karen Swartz, M.D. talks about love and forgiveness
WYPR- Public Radio - April 7, 2015
The Science of Self Control
Matthew Johnson, Ph.D. talks about what happens in our brains when we practice self-control.
Fox News - March 12, 2015
Epilepsy drug found to boost memory in early Alzheimer's stages
Arnold Bakker, Ph.D. and is team are hopeful that a generic drug now used to treat seizures can improve memory in the early stages of Alzheimer's, even reversing the condition.
Forbes – March 11, 2015
Are psychedelics the wonder drug we've been waiting for?
Matthew Johnson, Ph.D. and his team found no causal relationship between the three classic psychedelics and long-term mental health problems.
The Scientist – March 10, 2015
Studies: Psychedelics not bad for mental health
Matthew Johnson, PhD. talks about some beneficial uses for psychedelic drugs
WBFF-TV (Fox Baltimore) – March 10, 2015
(VIDEO) Psychedelic study
Matthew Johnson, Ph.D. talks about a study he led that shows the use of psychedelic drugs can reduce suicidal thoughts.
New York Times – March 9, 2015
New research on antidepressants and pregnancy finds no link to asthma
Jennifer Payne, M.D. and her team’s research works to clarify the risks for mother and baby of taking antidepressants during pregnancy.
US News and World Report – March 5, 2015
Financial worries linked to rising suicide rate among baby boomers
Dean MacKinnon, MD comments on the contribution of life stressors on suicide
U.S. News & World Report – March 4, 2015
Heroin overdose deaths quadrupled since 2000
Kelly Dunn, Ph.D. explains why prescription drug addicts are turning to heroin.
Science 2.0 – March 3, 2015
'Just say no' to behavior-calming drugs for Alzheimer patients
Laura N. Gitlin Ph.D. and Constantine Lyketsos M.D., note in [a new] paper that "there needs to be a shift of resources from paying for psychoactive drugs and emergency room and hospital stays to adopting a more proactive approach.”
Raw Story – February 19, 2015
Psychedelic researcher says he believed LSD was dangerous ‘until I saw the science’.
Roland Griffiths, Ph.D. talks about psilocybin and other "classic psychedelics" in the laboratory setting.
CBC (Canada) – February 15, 2015
Alzheimer's poses unique challenges for teen caregivers....
Peter V. Rabins, M.D. talks about the special challenges for young people.
Scientific American – February 12, 2015
Addicts quit with paid work and near-daily drug tests
Kenneth Silverman, Ph.D. explains how a “therapeutic workplace” works.
Newsweek – February 12, 2015
Why men are killing themselves
Zachary Kaminsky, Ph.D. talks about his research team’s in search of a ‘suicide gene’.
Vice – February 9, 2015
Does cocaine have any potential as an antidepressant
Matthew Johnson, Ph.D. comments on an idea that isn’t new.
CBS/DC – January 29, 2015
Johns Hopkins Study Sheds Light on Brain Damage of Former NFL Players
Jen Coughlin, M.D. and her research team provide further evidence of potential long-term neurological risks to football players who sustain repeated head injuries
The New Yorker – February 9, 2015
The Trip Treatment
The work of Roland Griffith, Ph.D. and his team with hallucinogens is featured
DelmarvaNow – January 31, 2015
OC Jamboree case: Suspect performed 'a great deception'
Maggie Bruck, Ph.D. comments on children victimized by sexual abuse
Wall Street Journal – January 22, 2015
Dr. Death Makes a Comeback
Paul McHugh, M.D. on physician-assisted suicide
Everyday Health – January 13, 2015
Sex and Depression: Just Add Fifty Shades of Grey
Karen Swartz, M.D. talks about taking a ‘drug holiday’
Washington Post – January 12, 2015
Chronic pain not only hurts, it also causes isolation and depression. But there’s hope.
Michael Clark, M.D. talks about the complexity of treating chronic pain
Psychiatry Advisor – January 5, 2015
Update on Eating Disorders: Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating
Angela Guarda, M.D. adds her expertise
US News and World Report – December 15, 2014
Transcranial magnetic stimulation: What is it and who needs it?
Irving Reti, M.D. comments on the low risks for patients.
Carroll County Times – December 17, 2014
Silent in the night: The holidays and depression
Karen Swartz, M.D. talks about why the holidays are difficult times for some
Why Depression is Underreported in Men
Dean MacKinnon talks about why so many men try to manage their condition. Read article
New York Times - December 8, 2014
When a Rapist's Weapon is a Drug
Reference is made to some 'somnophilia', a a sexual fetish given its name by the late Hopkins psychiatrist John Money. Read article
Allentown Morning Call - December 5, 2014
Expert not surprised by Jessica Padgett video allegation
Fred Berlin weighs in discusses necrophilia following the death of woman in Allen Township, Pa. Read article.
Newsweek - December 3, 2014
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and the Half-Mad Mind
Gerry Nestadt comments in this profile of a young man with OCD who killed himself. Read article.
Public Radio International - November 27, 2014
Could magic mushrooms become a new drug for hospice care?
Psylocibin studies at Bayview's BPRU are mentioned. Read article.
AZ Central - November 26, 2014
Fired UA marijuana researcher's team secures nod for Colorado grant
Ryan Vandrey mentioned as lead of Johns Hopkins team who is partnering on this grant. Read article.
Time Magazine - November 10, 2014
Do depression drugs still need suicide warnings?
Mark Riddle talks about te FDA's cautioning users that the drugs may increase the risk of suicidal thoughts and behaviors in children and young adults. Read article.
Live Science - October 25, 2014
Mind Maze: How Your Memory Deceives You
Jason Brandt amnesia that occurs by itself (not after a brain injury) — so-called "amnestic syndrome.— Read Article
Pregnancy and Addiction Treatment
Meg Chisolm discusses what motivates pregnant women who are addicted to seek treatments.Read article
Business Leader - October 30, 2014
A Virus Found In Lakes May Be Literally Changing The Way People Think
Mikhail Pletinkov’s work with Robert Yolken and University of Nebraska. Read article
See also JH Children’s Center News Release
Wall Street Journal – October 27, 2014
How Much Caffeine is Too Much?
Matthew Johnson explains Read article
Live Science – October 25, 2014
Mind Maze: How Your Memory Deceives You
Jason Brandt comments on amnesia. Read article
Fox News - October 21, 2014
Parkinson's drugs linked to sex and gambling addictions
Dr. Gregory M. Pontone on the study. Read article
US News and World Report - September 25, 2014
What you need to know about Schizophrenia
Daniel Weinberger of the Lieber Institute on the study. Read article
ABC News - September 26, 2014
5 Signs You Should See a Doctor for Depression
Jennifer Payne, M.D. on the prevalence of depression. Read article
Washington Post - September 22, 2014
Strategies for managing a loved one with dementia
Dr. Laura Gitlin and her book on the subject. Read article
Baltimore Sun- September 21, 2014
Oriles' Chris Davis was caught in crackdown
Dr. David Goodman on ADHD and drug use. Read article
The Economist - September 20, 2014
John Gartner on entrepreneurs and hypnomania. Read article
Science News for Students - September 19, 2014
You can be too thin
Angela Guarda on choice. Read article
CNN - September 17, 2014
How 'magic mushroom' chemical could free the mind of depression, addictions
Roland Griffiths on psilocybin and addiction. Read article
Huffington Post - September 16, 2014
A blood test for depression proves the illness is not a matter of will
Zachary Kaminsky, Ph.D., is excited about the implications of this finding. Read article
Washington Post - September 15, 2014
People with paralysis explore therapeutic effects of scuba diving
Dr. Adam Kaplin looks at how those with spinal cord injuries benefit from the activity. Read article
Baltimore Sun - September 12, 2014
Unauthorized use of Adderall concerns health and sports officials
Dr. Eric Strain on the energy booster drug. Read article
WMAR-TV - September 12, 2014
What is Adderall? Does it give you an advantage?
Dr. Matthew Johnson on the drug and Baltimore Orioles player Chris Davis. Watch
Washington Post - September 12, 2014
Hallucinogen in ‘magic mushrooms’ might have helped smokers quit
Researchers help longtime smokers quit after 6 months of treatment. Read article
Huffington Post - September 11, 2014
7 of the most helpful things you can say to someone with depression
Dr. Adam Kaplin weighs in. Read article
Bloomberg News - September 11, 2014
‘Magic Mushrooms’ Help Smokers Kick Habit in Small Study
Dr. Matthew Johnson on smoking cessation and psychedelic drugs. Read article
WMAR-TV - September, 2014
Baltimore County Police digging deeper into Towson student's death
Dr. Matthew Johnson on alcohol overdose. Read article
WYPR - September 4, 2014
Dr. Matthew Johnson on the rise of ecstacy at music festivals. Listen
Washington Post - September 4, 2014
‘Acid test’: the case for using psychedelics to treat PTSD, depression
Dr. Roland Griffiths on the effects psychedelic drugs have on the mind. Read article
LiveScience - August 26, 2014
Teens with depression benefit from "collaborative care."
Dr. Mark Riddle on the effectiveness of the practice. Read article
LA Times - August 15, 2014
Time to shine a light on suicide, and banish the shame
Kay Redfield Jamison on family and guilt. Read article
New York Times - August 15, 2014
To Know Suicide
Kay Redfield Jamison's opinion piece on the treatment of depression. Read article
WBALTV - August 14, 2014
MD Removing Names from Sex Offender Registry
Dr. Fred Berlin says it does little to reduce recidivism. Read article
USA Today - August 13, 2014
Robin Williams: A link between genius, mental illness?
Kay Redfield Jamison on the "tortured genius." Read article
NBC News - August 13, 2014
Robin Williams' Death
Dr. Ray DePaulo speaks to the "contagion effect." Read article
Baltimore Sun - August 12, 2014
In Williams' death, suicide prevention advocates see opportunity to raise awareness
Dr. Adam Kaplin links the poor economy with a rise in suicides.
HuffPost - August 12, 2014
'What did Robin Williams have to be sad about?' isn't a question you should be asking.
Dr. Adam Kaplin stresses the importance of empathy when discussing depression. Read article
NBC News - August 12, 2014
Robin Williams: The Funny Face of Depression?
Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison says the rate of suicide in patients with depression is high. Read article
ABC News - August 12, 2014
What's the Deal with Comedians and Depression?
Dr. Michael Clarke suggests that research shows depression and creativity often go hand-in-hand. Read article
Reuters - August 11, 2014
Little evidence to support sleep/wake drugs for shift workers
Dr. David Neubauer calls for more studies on the sleep patterns of shift workers. Read article
Forbes - August 9, 2014
Genetic Biomarker Identified That May Predict Suicide
Dr. Zachary Kaminsky speaks to interventions for those predisposed to suicide. Read article
Baltimore Sun - August 5, 2014
Deaths draw attention to drugs in EDM scene
Dr. Matthew Johnson on the prevalence of Ecstasy at live concerts. Read article
Today - August 1, 2014
Study Suggests Genetic Indicator to Suicidal Thoughts
Zachatry Kaminsky, Ph.D., discusses genes and their relationship to suicide. Watch video
US News and World Report - July 30, 2014
Could a Blood Test Predict Suicide Risk?
Zachary Kaminsky, Ph.D., studies a gene that could indicate one's predisposition to suicide.
US News and World Report - July 29, 2014
How a Lack of Sleep Can Hurt Your Finances
Emerson Wickwire relates concentration to managing money. Read article
The Diane Rehm Show - July 17, 2014
New Findings on Postpartum Depression: Symptoms, Risk Factors and Treatment Options
Zachary Kaminsky, Ph.D., on his DNA research. Listen
USA Today - July 6, 2014
How to Deal with Insomnia to Get a Good Night's Sleep
David Neubauer, M.D., on the effects of the disorder. Read article
Washington Post - June 30, 2014
Fueled by social media, 'thigh gap' focus can lure young women to eating disorders
Angela Guarda, M.D., on girls' fixation with thin legs. Read article
8 Ways to Help Someone Live Well With Schizophrenia
Krista Baker, Ph.D., speaks to strategies that help encourage self-care. Read article
FT Magazine- June 20, 2014
Psychology: IQ Tests—A Matter of Life or Death?
James Harris, M.D., in favor of “adaptive functioning” tests over IQ tests for those on death row. Read article
NYTimes.com - June 9, 2014
Abuse Cases, and a Legacy of Skepticism
Dr. Maggie Bruck on the influence adults have when interviewing children. Read article
The Awkward Place Between Conventional and Alternative Medicine
Dr. Karen Swartz on the studies and efficacy of supplements. Read article
How Safe Are Energy Drinks?
Dr. Roland Griffiths wants to improve labeling for caffeine content. Read article
AgingCare.com - June 4, 2014
Addressing Alzheimers' Elephant in the Room
Drs. Laura N. Gitlin and Constantine Lyketsos talk about geriatric psychiatry. Read article
NPR - May 26, 2014
Anxious Parents Can Learn How to Reduce Anxiety in Their Kids
Golda Ginsburg, Ph.D., talks about how parents act as models for their children's anxiety. Read article
WAMU 88.5- May 23, 2014
New Sweat Disorder Center Aims to Cool People's Heels, Hands and Underarms
Dr. Carisa Perry-Parrish assists in helping those with sweat disorders.Read article
DelmarvaNOW - May 19, 2014
Why Can't Maryland Law Keep Chronic Offenders Off the Road
Dr. Strain on addiction Read article
The Scientist - May 14, 2014
Antidepressant Could be Prophylatctic for Alzheimer's
Constantine Lyketsos, M.D., comments on the recent discovery. Read article
Fox News - May 13, 2014
Researchers Identify Genetic Marker for OCD
Gerald Nestadt, M.D., leads the study. Read article
Psychiatric News - May 12, 2014
When Autism Entered the Lexicon
James Harris, M.D., speaks about Hopkins' own Dr. Leo Kanner and the earliest description of autism. Read article
WYPR Radio -May 6, 2014
Constantine Lyketsos, M.D., discusses Alzheimer’s disease on Midday with Dan Rodricks. LISTEN HERE
Farm and Ranch Guide - April 30, 2014
Chronic Stress Can Lead to Brain and Genetic Changes
Richard Lee, Ph.D., leads a team that studies how stress affects the brain.
WYPR - April 30, 2014
Hopes for Budding Medical Marijuana Industry High, Yet Hazy
Ryan Vandrey, a behavioral pharmacologist at Bayview, on medical marijuana's potential in Maryland.
Wired (UK) - April 28, 2014
Sending Rats Into Deep Space Makes Them Stupid
Robert Hienz, Ph.D., looks into the attention deficits seemingly caused by sending certain rats into space.
Psychiatric News - April 17, 2014
Cardiovascular Fitness May Help Prevent Early-Onset Dementia
Dr. Constantine Lyketsos on the impact exercise has on the brain.
Medscape - April 3, 2014
Anticancer Compounds Show Potential in Schizophrenia
Dr. Akira Sawa on inhibitors that may reverse effects of schizophrenia-like behaviors.
Baltimore Sun - April 2, 2014
Hopkins Looks at Screening for Postpartum Depression
Zachary Kaminsky, Ph.D., takes blood tests that screen for postpartum depression.
Philadelphia Inquirer - April 2, 2014
Guilty Plea in Killing Ends Family's 27-Year Wait
Dr. Jeff Janofsky speaks to the legal aspects of the case.
Medscape - April 2, 2014
Anxious Kids With Comorbidity May Need Specialized Approach
Courtney Keeton. Ph.D., speaks about monitoring change in children's symptoms.
Psychiatric News - April 1, 2014
High Court Weighs Standards for Intellectual Disability
Dr. James Harris helps the APA file an amicus brief with the Court. Read article
Johns Hopkins Health - April 1, 2014
For Pain, Sometimes It's Mind Over Matter
Luis Buenaver, Ph.D., links catastrophizing to insomnia.
Johns Hopkins Health - April 1, 2014
A Hopeful View on Depression
Margaret Chisolm, M.D., on symptoms and treatment for depression.
MedPage Today - April 1, 2014
Where Do Biomarkers Fit Into the Diagnosis of Alzheimer's?
Dr. Constantine Lyketsos on the capabilities of biomarkers.
U.S. News and World Report - March 28, 2014
ICU Patients May Face Mental Health Issues After Discharge
Dr. Joseph Bienvenu on patterns in patients who survive a critical illness in the ICU.
Live Science - March 24, 2014
Springtime Suicide Peak Still Puzzles Scientists
Dr. Adam Kaplin on the possibilities of the springtime spike in suicides.
New Medical - March 24, 2014
Anxiety Relief in Children
An interview with Dr. Golda Ginsburg
Baltimore Sun - March 12, 2014
Would You Want to Know?
Columnist Susan Reimer gets opinions on biomarkers from Dr. Constantine Lyketsos and Dr. Jeffrey Kahn.
BBC World Service - March 1, 2014
Kay Redfield Jamison on Exchanges of the Frontier
Clinical Psychologist Kay Jamison, Ph.D., speaks about mania, creativity, and medicine of bipoloar illness.
AARP Blog - February 20, 2014
Living with Dementia and Caregivers: So Many Unmet Needs
Associate Professor Betty Black speaks to her study of caring for those with dementia.
Nature - February 19, 2014
Science in Court: Smart Enough to Die?
Dr. James Harris discusses intellectual disability in the death penalty debate
Science World Report - February 19, 2014
"Bad Heroin": Fentanyl Gives Lethal High
Dr. Eric Strain looks at the deadly effect of a popular heroin combination.
JAMA Video - February 18, 2014
Effect of Citalopram on Agitation in Alzheimer Disease
Dr. Constantine Lyketsos discusses an antidepressant that holds promise
Philly.com - January 29, 2014
Treatment Often Inadequate for Children with Anxiety Disorders, Study Finds
Golda Ginsburg, Ph.D. contributes to study focused on helping those with anxiety.
Maryland Physician - January 9, 2014
Advances in Cardiovascular Diagnosis and Treatment
Dr. Adam Kaplin discusses depression as a primary risk factor in coronary artery disease
Washingtonian magazine - January 7, 2014
Professor Probes Psychedelic Drugs for a Cure to Nicotine Addiction
Matthew Johnson, Ph.D., of the Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit uses non-traditional
methods to help smokers ditch the habit.
Psychiatric News - January 3, 2014
Bulimia Treatment Comparison Finds CBT Superior to PPT
Dr. Angela Guarda comments on new study measuring effectiveness of treatments
Science 2.0 - November 28, 2013
Happy Thanksgiving: If Kids Exercise, They Are Not Doomed By Maternal Epigenetics To Be Obese
Dr. Kellie Tamashiro's research with rats on offspring of obese mothers
New York Times - November 23, 2013
Sleep Therapy Is Expected to Gain a Wider Role in Depression Treatment
Michael T. Smith, Ph.D. on sleep therapy and depression
Reuters - November 13, 2013
FDA panel supports approval of Sanofi MS drug Lemtrada
Paul Rosenberg, M.D.comments on a new treatment for multiple sclerosis
Health Central - November 13, 2013
New test could detect early-stage dementia
David Schretlin, Ph.D. research on neuropsychological testing to detect dementia
USA Today - November 9 , 2013
Brain a 'creativity machine,' if you use it right
Kay Jamison, Ph.D. on creativity
Cosmopolitan Magazine - November 7, 2013
Why Your Body Hates You When You Get Less Than 7 Hours of Sleep
David Neubauer, M.D. on sleep disorders
Chicago Tribune - November 1, 2013
Killing molly myths: Euphoric drug often isn't pure, and it can be deadly
Una McCann, M.D. on MDMA
Psychiatric News - October 31, 2013
Overcoming Health Disparities Is Goal of Baltimore Experiment
Anita Everett, M.D. explains the Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership (J-Chip)
Baltimore Sun - October 11, 2013
Bryn Mawr student advocates for mental illness awareness
Dr. Findling talking to the Baltimore Sun about trying to break stereotypes associated with mental illness and violence
Reuters - October 3, 2013
Brain problems can linger months after ICU stay
Karin Neufeld, M.D., a delirium expert, comments on thinking and memory problems that develop in critically ill people after a stay in an intensive care unit (ICU).
Johns Hopkins Health - October 1, 2013
Washington Post - September 27, 2013
Teens find salve for soul at International Burn Camp
Story on emotional issues faced by teen burn victims. Story includes insights from Renee DeBoard-Lucas, a psychologist who works with the burn team at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
Read online article
WYPR-FM - September 19, 2013
Brain Talk - Identifying and Helping Kids with Anxiety
Golda Ginsburg, Ph.D., is the guest expert on this segment on childhood anxiety.
San Diego Union-Tribune - September 17, 2013
Caffeine addicts on Shaky Ground
Steven Meredith, Ph.D., on the dangers of caffeine
Washington Post - September 8, 2013
Self-harm blogs pose problems and opportunities
Shannon Barnett, M.D. discusses self-harm blogs
Huffington Post - September 2, 2103
What Makes Someone A Light Sleeper?
David Neubauer, M.D. on what makes someone a light sleeper
NPR Shots Blog - August 20, 2013
Study Finds No Link Between Hallucinogens and Mental Problems
Matthew Johnson, Ph.D. talks about a study that found that psychedelic drugs are not linked to mental illness
CNN - August 13, 2013
Spanning the globe for scary high bridges
Joseph Bienvenu, M.D. talks about fear of bridges
CBS News - August 7, 2013
Two cups of hot cocoa a day sharpen seniors' brains, study suggests
Paul Rosenberg, M.D. comments
Health Day - July14, 2013
Two New Alzheimer's Drugs Show Promise in Early Studies
Paul Rosenberg, M.D. discusses new Alzheimer's research
Washington Post - July 24, 2013
Anthony Weiner's sexual behavior may have underlying issues
Fred Berlin, M.D. is quoted about inappropriate sexual behavior
New York Times Mind Blog - July 22, 2013
Nightmares After the I.C.U.
Time - July 18, 2013
Apps for Mastering Your Mood
Time covers Dr. Adam Kaplin's Project: Mood 24/7
KPCC - Southern California Public Radio - July 17, 2013
What happens in the brain of someone with amnesia?
The Atlantic - June 27, 2013
How Meditation Works
Scientific American - June 26, 2013
A Hospital Stay Can Trigger PTSD
New York Times Mind Blog - June 24, 2013
Clues in the Cycle of Suicides
PsychCentral - June 3, 2013
Mice Study Suggests Lead Exposure Linked to Schizophrenia
Wall Street Journal - May 17, 2013
DSM-5: A Manual Run Amok
Baltimore Magazine- May 2013
Huffington Post�- February 14, 2013
ADHD Persists In Young Children Despite Medication: Study
The Atlantic - February 13, 2013
ADHD Symptoms Persist Despite Medication in 9 Out of 10 Kids
Bloomberg - February 11, 2013
Drugs Don't Benefit Preschoolers With Attention Disorder
Baltimore Sun- February 11, 2013
Treatment not helping kids with attention deficit disorder
CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley | January 31. 2013
"Stigma" of Mental Illness a Setback for Patients, Society
Watch video clip
PBS News Hour Science Blog - January 23, 2013
Genes and Environment Combine to Bring on Mental Illness