Pelisyonkis Langone Department of Psychiatry 2015 Year in Review

Inside This Issue

Over the past year, our investigators shed new light on disorders of mood, sleep, attention, and cognition, weaving together basic and clinical science. Together, they are developing the next generation of diagnostics and therapeutics. These advancements allow us to provide innovative models for practitioners across the globe, ensuring that people of all ages and backgrounds have access to excellent, evidence-based, and compassionate mental healthcare.

Highlights of our annual report include:

  • Autism: Establishing a Clinical Pathway
  • Addiction: Exploring the Causes, Finding Solutions
  • Children’s Mental Health: Improving Outcomes Measurement
  • Attention Disorders: Bringing Patients into Focus
  • Child and Adult Psychiatry: Finding Better Approached to Treating Trauma
  • Veterans’ Mental Health: Healing the Invisible Wounds of War
  • Sleep Disorders: Untangling the Links Between Sleep and Alzheimer’s
  • Telepsychiatry: Bringing Care to Underserved Patients
  • Inpatient Care: Focusing on Medically Complex Patients
  • Education Programs: Cultivating Exceptional Researchers and Clinicians