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The Newsletter of the Johns Hopkins Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
New research by Shizong Hang and Jimmy Potash shows molecular genetic proof connecting depression with alcoholism.Read More
Jimmy Potash, new director of the Department of Psychiatry, shares his full-circle trajectory and goals.
Eating disorder expert Angela Guarda urges patients and their families to be wary of private, for-profit residential treatment programs. She explains why the Johns Hopkins model has proven more successful in the long term in changing behaviors about food and weight.
Depression and suicide rates are rising among the elderly. Johns Hopkins geriatric psychiatrist Susan Lehmann wants every doctor to spot the signs—before it’s too late.
Johns Hopkins psychologist Karen Seymour and neurologist Stewart Mostofsky research subcortical neuroanatomy in boys and girls with and without attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Their recent MRI study analyzed volume and shape and found sex dysmorphic results that may be a biomarker for boys at risk for emotion dysregulation, an associated feature of ADHD.
A new book by O. Joseph Bienvenu, Ramona Hopkins and Christina Jones examines the psychological and cognitive impact of critical illness; Robert Findling has published a new edition of a clinical manual of child and adolescent psychopharmacology; and George Everly and Jeffrey Lating have published a guide to psychological first aid.