Depression Center Colloquium Series
For health professionals and researchers with an interest in depression and related illnesses.
For each Colloquium Series presentation, the learning objectives are:
To help physicians, researchers, social workers, psychologists, and other health care professionals to increase their knowledge of the epidemiology, etiology, and treatment of depression. With greater understanding of recent advances in depression research and new treatment modalities, clinicians can make more informed decisions regarding patient care and help to translate research into practice.
All programs run from 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM in the Rachel Upjohn Building auditorium (Garden Level), and offers 1.5 CE credits for psychiatrists, and social workers. There is no charge for attendance, and a pizza lunch is provided for those who register. For each colloquium, please arrive at 11:45 AM for lunch. The first speaker will begin promptly at 12 PM.
If you are unable to attend in-person, please check this webpage on the day of the event for a link to a live webcast of the presentation. To view the webcast, please make sure you have the following:
- a Broadband connection
- Adobe Flash Player version 8 or higher
- U-M Weblogin* (uniqname and kerberos password)
*if you do not have a U-M Weblogin, please create a "Friend Account"
Jan 30, 2015
The Impact of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms on Health
- J. Todd Arnedt, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology; Director, Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program, University of Michigan
- Christopher Drake, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit; Bioscientific Staff investigator, Henry Ford Hospital Sleep Disorders and Research Center
Feb 13, 2015
Environment and Epigenetics
- Srijan Sen, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychhiatry
- Dana Dolinoy, PhD
John G. Searle Assistant Professor, Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, University of Michigan
Apr 17, 2015
Healthy Minds Network: Population-level Approaches to Adolescent and Young Adult Mental Health
- Daniel Eisenberg, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Health Management & Policy; Director, PhD Program in Health Services Organization & Policy; Principal Investigator, The Healthy Minds Network; University of Michigan School of Public Health
- Sarah Ketchen Lipson, EdM
Doctoral student, School of Public Health and School of Education, Assistant Director, Healthy Minds Network, School of Public Health