Department of Psychiatry

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The Department of Psychiatry at Michigan State University is unlike any other in the country.

Events

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MSU Psychiatry Residency Journal Club

Wed, July 1, 2020 - Wed, June 30, 2021, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
done via ZOOM
On the third week of each month a resident will present a current journal article and examine the clinical and educational relevance to practice. The intended audience is any interested faculty, resident, or medical student. Please email gewirtz4@msu.edu to get the ZOOM information.

Marcel Yotebieng, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H. Presenting

Thu, October 8, 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
presentation will be given via ZOOM
Presenting on research related to the immunological/neurodevelopmental/neurobehavioral relationships in HIV-affected children in Kinshasa and Kigali. Please email gewirtz4@msu.edu to get the ZOOM information.

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Grand Rounds - Matt Kardynal, DO

Thu, December 10, 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
held via ZOOM
Please email gewirtz4@msu.edu for the ZOOM meeting information.

13th Annual Muslim Mental Health Conference

Fri, April 2, 2021 - Sat, April 3, 2021
ONLINE
THEME: Restorative Healing and Liberation in Context

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Welcome

Department of Psychiatry at Michigan State University

Looking for something different? The Department of Psychiatry is the only academic psychiatry department in the nation that is part of two medical schools, DO and MD. We have approximately 530 students doing third-year psychiatry rotations, the largest such clerkship in the USA. We have research programs located in Africa dealing with chronic diseases like HIV and malaria. Please peruse our website and see who we are and what we do.

Watch an introduction by our Chairperson, Dr. Jed Magen

News

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Department Statement Regarding Social Justice

The Department of Psychiatry's statement regarding recent events in Minnesota and systemic racism.

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Michael Boivin, Professor

Using Computer Games to Aid Cognitive Development in African Children

Using Computer Games to Aid Cognitive Development in African Children

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