Tips to help parents, kids transition back to online learning
Jake’s mice: Searching for answers to the puzzle of autism
Prenatal, early-life influences on child brain development focus of new study
New study examines effects of divorce on children as separation rates rise amid COVID-19 pandemic
Antidepressant may prevent severe COVID-19, follow-up study indicates
Cheap, generic anti-depressant may reduce severe Covid-19 disease, study finds
Podcast: Remaining resilient while the pandemic drags on
Dr. Neha Navsaria discusses on this episode of ‘Show Me the Science’ how children and adults remain resilient despite the isolation and stresses of the pandemic.
Lenze’s EleVATE to receive Generate Health’s Standing Up for Black Mothers and Babies Award
The Cannabis Question: A PBS NOVA Investigation
As state-legalized cannabis spreads, NOVA investigates the latest scientific evidence for its potential benefits and risks, and how criminalization has disproportionately harmed communities of color. Dr. Cynthia Rogers’ prenatal cannabis study is showcased starting at the 30 minute mark in the video.
NOVA | The Cannabis Question | Season 48 | Episode 11 | PBS
Achilefu, Luby elected to National Academy of Medicine
Rogers, Spiegel named to Academy of Educators Honor Roll
Cynthia Rogers and Eric Spiegel have been named to the Academy of Educators’ Honor Roll, an award which recognizes faculty who have made outstanding contributions to education at the School of Medicine in the domains of advising and mentorship, direct teaching, curricular and instructional design, assessment, educational scholarship, or educational leadership. The Academy of Educators at Washington University School of Medicine is an institutional collaboration of educators who together foster a culture of educational excellence and an institutionally valued community of leaders in health science education. They are a service-based Academy with a selective membership process held every spring. The Academy sponsors several faculty development programs for educators, runs a small grants program to support educational scholarship, provides advocacy for education in the promotions process, and organizes events and programs which support educators. Membership is open faculty from all disciplines from the Washington University School of Medicine.
Preventing abuse by integrating sexual health into your practice
Dr. Daniel Mamah named Excellence in Mental Health Awardee
Dr. Mamah announced the 2021 recipient of the Dr. John M. Anderson Excellence in Mental Health Award
The St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund honors a mental healthcare professional each year who has made significant contributions in the field of behavioral health.
Podcast: Pandemic contributing to uptick of mental health problems in kids
Fluvoxamine: Finding a possible early treatment for COVID-19 in a 40-year old antidepressant
What to Do if a Young Child Expresses Dark Thoughts
Fluvoxamine may prevent serious illness in COVID-19 patients
Inaugural recipient of The brAvery Foundation award announced