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2020 Kettyle and Borus Teaching Award Recipients

March 26, 2020


Elizabeth Dunn, MD, and John Fromson, MD, are the recipients of the 2020 Cynthia N. Kettyle Teaching Award for Medical Student Education in Psychiatry. This award is presented annually (since 2004) to HMS faculty members who have inspired medical students by their warmth, character and dedication to medical student teaching in psychiatry and have exemplified for students the vitality and relevance of psychiatry to medical practice.

Joji Suzuki, MD, is the recipient of the 2020 Jonathan F....

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Eight Harvard Faculty Receive the APA's 2020 Roeske Certificate of Recognition for Excellence in Medical Education

February 11, 2020

Gaston Baslet, MD, Elizabeth Dunn, MD, Marshall Forstein, MD, John Fromson, MD, Masoud Kamali, MD, Joe Stoklosa, MD, Raluca Savu, MD, and Christine Wittmann, MD, have received the APA's 2020 Nancy C.A. Roeske MD Certificate of Recognition for Excellence in Medical Education.

The Nancy C.A. Roeske, M.D., Certificate — established in 1990 to honor Dr. Nancy C.A. Roeske — is awarded to individuals who have made outstanding and sustaining contributions to medical student education.

Nominate a mentor for the Stuart T. Hauser, MD, PhD, Mentorship Award in Psychiatry

December 18, 2019

HMS Psychiatry is proud to announce the 2019 Stuart T. Hauser, M.D., PhD., Mentorship Awards. The Hauser Award will be awarded to a faculty member for outstanding sustained mentorship of medical students, residents, fellows, and junior faculty in the areas of adult and child psychiatry, human development, and psychosocial research.

It is widely understood that successful career development in basic/clinical psychiatry (teaching, research, clinical, administration) requires the experience of quality mentoring relationships. We request your nominations for candidates to receive...

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2019 Kettyle and Borus Teaching Award Recipients

May 3, 2019

 

Montie Meyer, MD, and Michael Mufson, MD, are the recipients of the 2019 Cynthia N. Kettyle Teaching Award for Medical Student Education in Psychiatry. This award is presented annually (since 2004) to HMS faculty members who have inspired medical students by their warmth, character and dedication to medical student teaching in psychiatry and have exemplified for students the vitality and relevance of psychiatry to medical practice.


Justin Chen, MD, MPH, and...

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Justin Chen, MD, MPH, Receives the APA's 2019 Roeske Award

December 19, 2018

Justin Chen, MD, MPH, has received the APA's 2019 Nancy C.A. Roeske MD Certificate of Recognition for Excellence in Medical Education.

The Nancy C.A. Roeske, M.D., Certificate — established in 1990 to honor Dr. Nancy C.A. Roeske — is awarded to individuals who have made outstanding and sustaining contributions to medical student education.

Gene Beresin, MD, and Wes Boyd, MD, PhD, Receive the APA's 2018 Roeske Award

October 8, 2018

Gene Beresin, MD, and Wes Boyd, MD, PhD, have received the APA's 2018 Nancy C.A. Roeske MD Certificate of Recognition for Excellence in Medical Education.

The Nancy C.A. Roeske, M.D., Certificate — established in 1990 to honor Dr. Nancy C.A. Roeske — is awarded to individuals who have made outstanding and sustaining contributions to medical student education.

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HMS Psychiatry Awards and Recognitions 2016-2017

October 16, 2017

The Executive Committee of the Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, would like to acknowledge and congratulate the trainees and faculty who received the following HMS Psychiatry Awards and Fellowships during the 2017 academic year. It is a marvelous way to celebrate our vibrant combined academic community.

Stuart Hauser Mentorship Award - The yearly Award is...

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Can Neurocognitive Function Predict Suicide?

December 8, 2016

A study of Army administrative data found an association between decreased neurocognitive functioning and suicide in soldiers. Researchers found that lower scores on a computerized test of neurocognitive functioning—including problems in decision-making, problem-solving, verbal fluency, and memory—were linked to suicide attempts or death and suicidal thoughts in the following 12 months. The study showed more suicide attempts in soldiers who were female, less educated, white non-Hispanic, and younger at the time of testing, and who had a mental health diagnosis before testing. The...

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