Pelisyonkis Langone Psychiatry 2016 Year in Review

Inside This Issue

2016 was an exciting year for the Departments of Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Over the past year, we’ve recruited an array of outstanding faculty in autism, schizophrenia, anxiety and mood disorders, eating disorders, military trauma, and women’s reproductive psychiatry. Our researchers published landmark studies on Alzheimer’s disease, infant–caregiver attachment, and on a novel medication that produced prolonged reductions in anxiety and depression symptoms in cancer patients. 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:

  • Anxiety and Depression: Hallucinogen Offers Breakthrough for Cancer-Related Distress
  • Attention Disorders: Decoding the Misconceptions Behind Adult ADHD
  • Autism: Diagnosing Early Childhood Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Gender and Sexuality: Unique Service Provides Psychosocial Support for Gender-Variant Youth
  • Alzheimer’s Disease: Exploring the Causes, Identifying Biomarkers
  • Complex Care: Raising the Standard of Care for Treating Complex Patients
  • Translational Research: Linking Scientific Research with Public Service
  • Childhood Trauma: Finding Better Ways to Treat Childhood Trauma
  • Schizophrenia: The Biochemistry of Schizophrenia
  • Veterans’ Mental Health: Healing the Invisible Wounds of War
  • Education and Training: Bringing a New Generation into the Field