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UW Psychiatry News

  • Managing the Stress of the 2021 Match

    On November 16, 2020, Department of Dermatology Chair Beth Drolet, MD, met virtually with Ned Kalin, Chair of Psychiatry, UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, to talk about the added stress of interviewing and matching …

  • Impact of COVID-19 on Wisconsin Families

    Click here to complete the surveys. INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN A RESEARCH STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON WISCONSIN YOUTH AND FAMILIES If you have a son or daughter between the ages of 6-17 and are …

  • Michael Koenigs, PhD Earns Collaborative Health Sciences Grant

    Congratulations to Principal Investigator Michael Koenigs, PhD (Associate Professor of Psychiatry) and Co-Principal Investigator Josh Cisler, PhD (Assistant Professor of Psychiatry) for becoming recipients of this year’s Collaborative Health Sciences Grant awards.  The awards of $600,000 …

  • “Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia” – book by Dr. Art Walaszek published this week

    Art Walaszek, MD, Psychiatry Department Vice Chair for Education & Faculty Development, recently authored the book Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia by American Psychiatric Association Publishing. Below is the book description, which can be …

  • A Holiday Survival Guide with Dr. Ned H. Kalin

    Department Chair, Dr. Ned Kalin was interviewed by the Korkor Foundation to share some helpful tips for navigating the difficulties that often arise for individuals and families during the holiday season:

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