Dr. Sponheim discusses his new NIMH-funded research project in a recent Health Talk article
“Now we have to understand how alterations in the connections from one part of the brain to other brain regions might explain brain disorders such as schizophrenia.”
Can Ecstasy help treat PTSD?
Dr. Lim was interviewed for a feature story on KARE 11 regarding the recent FDA approval of a large-scale trial of MDMA (Ecstasy) to treat PTSD
Dr. Katharine Nelson was asked to offer an opinion about a new venue that will offer patrons the opportunity to break things to 'relieve stress'.
“We don’t recommend any kind of activity that is a behavioral rehearsal of an aggressive act,” said Dr. Katharine Nelson, a psychiatrist at the University of Minnesota Medical School.
NARSAD Foundation supports Dr. Quevedo's work in positive thinking and voluntary brain training
Karina Quevedo, PhD is working to develop a novel treatment for severely depressed adolescents using real-time neurofeedback functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI-NF) during which participants try to change their brain activity by thinking of happy memories. Dr. Quevedo hopes that the results will generate a new mode of treatment for adolescents.
Searching for a better understanding of non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) through brain imaging and biological metrics
In a recent Health Talk article, Dr. Kathryn Cullen discussed her new 5-year brain imaging study that will examine self-harm behavior in adolescent girls.
The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota strives to fulfill the tripartite mission of the Medical School: excellence in teaching, research and clinical service.
We strive to provide original, stimulating and state of the art knowledge to trainees at all levels from the first year of medical school to the completion of post residency fellowships.
We provide outstanding inpatient and outpatient clinical care as a base for teaching medical students and residents at the University as well as providing specialized programs for patients and their families.