Grand Rounds

Distinguished Visiting Lecturer Series

Please note that specific lecture titles and speakers 'to be determined' will be added as the information becomes available.

Unless otherwise noted, lectures are held:

Time: 11:00-12:30

Location: Wilf Family Center auditorium, UMMCH map

 

2018-19 Schedule

Below is a preview of the speakers we have scheduled for the 2018-19 Distinguished Visiting Lecturer series.

September 26, 2018

Engaging Audiences with Brain Science
Stephen Kelley, JD
Senior Fellow
Humphrey School of Public Affairs

October 3, 2018

Connectomics, Cognition and Psychosis
Deanna Barch, PhD
Professor and Chair, Psychological & Brain Sciences
Washington University, St. Louis, MO

November 7, 2018

How do patients get stuck? The neurobiology of anorexia nervosa
Joanna Steinglass, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
New York State Psychiatric Institute
Columbia University

February 6, 2019

Megan Gunnar, PhD
Department Chair, Director of the Institute, Regents Professor, Distinguished McKnight University Professor
UMN Institute of Child Development

March 6, 2019

Barbara Brandt, PhD, EdM
Associate VP and Director, National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education
Academic Health Center, University of Minnesota

March 13, 2019

Effective Disconnection of Intrinsic Networks in the Prefrontal Cortex: Convergence across Primate and Mouse Models of Schizophrenia
Jennifer Zick, PhD
Medical Scientist in Training Program

April 3, 2019

Beverly Daniel Tatum, PhD
President Emerita
Spelman College

April 10, 2019

Beyond Simple Tests of Value: A neuroeconomic, translational, disease-relevant, and circuit-based approach to resolve the computational complexity of decision-making
Brian Sweis, PhD
Medical Scientist in Training Program

May 1, 2019 

John Q. Young, MD, MPP, PhD
Professor and Vice Chair for Education, Department of Psychiatry
Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine & The Zucker Hillside Hospital

June 5, 2019

Daniel Pine, MD
Chief, Emotion and Development Branch and Section on Development and Affective Neuroscience
National Institute of Mental Health (NIH)

Lecture Info

  • Open to the public (please sign in at the door)
  • CME credits are available to those who attend in person
  • With permission from the speaker, Grand Rounds are broadcast for live remote viewing as well as recorded for future review

Watch live online

To watch the Psychiatry Grand Rounds live online:

  1. Visit video conference website (Google Chrome browser is recommended)
  2. Enter your name and the passcode 9365 

Please note, we cannot grant CME credits for online viewing.

Listen to live audio

To listen to the lecture as audio only:

  1. Call: 612-313-8775
  2. Enter code: 53762
  3. Enter PIN: 9365

Please remember to mute your mic.

Lecture flyers

To receive email announcements a day or two prior to Grand Rounds presentations:

Contact:
Laura Cabral
cabra004@umn.edu 

Wilf Family Center Auditorium

Grand Rounds Videos

Recordings of past Psychiatry Grand Rounds lectures are available online. With permission, new recordings are added a day or two after each lecture.

Visit our YouTube channel

We cannot grant CME credit for online viewing.