A White House conference on mental health technologies this week featured two Emory teams presenting web-based and smartphone applications aimed at young adults.
A user-friendly mobile app designed to provide continuity and follow-up linkages for persons at risk for suicide has won first prize in an App Challenge sponsored by the Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Emory psychologist Nadine Kaslow earns Emory's 2013 Thomas Jefferson Award for significant service through personal activities, influence and leadership.
Nadine J. Kaslow, has been elected 2014 president of the American Psychological Association (APA). She will serve as APA's president-elect in 2013 and president in 2014.
Nadine J. Kaslow, PhD, ABPP, professor and vice-chair in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University School of Medicine, is the recipient of the prestigious 2012 Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award. Founded in honor of Dr. Beckman, an educator and pioneer in the field of psychology, the award recognizes the influence of extraordinary professors on the future of their students.
Through consultations and therapy sessions, psychologist (and ballerina) Nadine Kaslow tackles issues faced by Atlanta Ballet dancers.
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The Emory Medical Care Foundation's small grants program supporting clinical and basic science research is being reinstituted after a year¿s furlough. The next deadline is June 1.
Despite efforts to reduce the stigma of psychiatric disorders, media continue to misuse terms like schizophrenia, contributing to stigma, a new study shows.
A survey from the Committee on Class and Labor about working at Emory is expected to hit the email inboxes of University employees on Feb. 20.