Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems and E-Liquid Modifications to Vape Cannabis Depicted in Online Videos
Rachel Ouellette, PhD; Sophia Selino, BA; and Grace Kong, PhD, are co-authors of a paper in JAMA Network Open that analyzed YouTube videos for use, modification, and marketing of electronic nicotine delivery systems to vape cannabis.
- October 27, 2023
NIDA Invests Nearly $7M to Address the Opioid Crisis Among Women Who Experience Intimate Partner Violence
The National Institutes of Health and National Institute on Drug Abuse has awarded nearly $7 million to MPIs Tami Sullivan, PhD (Psychiatry and Public Health); E. Jennifer Edelman, MD, MHS (Internal Medicine and Public Health); and Dawn Johnson, PhD (University of Akron Department of Psychology) to study medication for opioid use disorder treatment retention among women who experience intimate partner violence.
- October 20, 2023
Alexis Alfano, BA, postgraduate associate in the Family Violence Research Lab (Tami Sullivan, PI), has been honored with the Underrepresented Student Travel Award for the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) Addictive Behaviors Special Interest Group (AB-SIG).
- October 20, 2023
Researchers in the Family Violence Research Lab at Yale School of Medicine wore purple on October 20, 2023 to recognize October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
- September 15, 2023
Joy Kaufman, PhD, professor of psychiatry, will be appointed director of The Consultation Center (TCC) effective November 1, 2023.
- August 16, 2023Source: Forbes
“Resilience is not only something that is ‘inside’ a person, or a fixed trait,” says Yale psychologist, Jacob Tebes, PhD. The former editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Community Psychology, Tebes says that resilience made up of internal factors and outside influences.
- August 02, 2023
Patricia Simon, PhD, assistant professor adjunct of psychiatry, has been invited to present at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Diversity Supplement Professional Development Workshop.
- July 24, 2023
Greater Stress and Trauma Mediate Race-Related Differences in Epigenetic Age Between Black and White Young Adults in a Community SampleSource: Neurobiology of Stress
A new Yale study published in Neurobiology of Stress shows more trauma and assaults on young Black compared to white Americans is linked to faster cellular aging. Study authors are Terrell Holloway, MD; Zachary Harvanek, MD, PhD; Ke Xu, MD; Derrick Gordon, PhD; and Rajita Sinha, PhD.
- July 21, 2023
The Yale School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry’s Psychology Section celebrated the graduation of its class of 2023 last month.
- July 20, 2023Source: Medical press
In the midst of an unprecedented mental health crisis plaguing our nation's youth, a study led by YCSC Assistant Professor Christina Cipriano, PhD and Michael Strambler, associate professor of psychiatry, substantiates the evidence of social and emotional learning (SEL) in supporting student flourishing in school and life.