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Depression and the workplace

Depression and the workplace

“Because we don’t have long-term follow-up data – we don’t have the lab test – we’re not really at a point where people accept it as an illness. There are still a lot of people who think of depression as some kind of weakness, Read More

Three things to know about your depressed employee

Three things to know about your depressed employee

Dr. Madhukar Trevedi talked to Think host Krys Boyd about the need for employers to understand depression as the brain disease it is. Here's what Dr. Trevedi, who directs the Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care at UT Southwestern Medical Cent Read More

The battle for biomedical supremacy

The battle for biomedical supremacy

New York’s medical schools are feeling the heat. Over the past four years, institutions in Texas have offered almost $40 million in research grants to tempt scientists to leave New York. Another eminent researcher lured by Texas money was Sean Morrison, Read More

Shaare Tefilla selects new rabbi

Shaare Tefilla selects new rabbi

Dr. Abramowitz, incidentally, is a graduate of Brandeis University and the Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University. She is joining the faculty of the UT Southwestern School of Medicine and is becoming an attending physician in their Department o Read More

Psychiatrists praise Hawk for disclosing depression

Psychiatrists praise Hawk for disclosing depression

Dr. Madhukar Trivedi, director of the Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care at UT Southwestern Medical Center, said it often is difficult for people to acknowledge their depression because of a mistaken assumption that the sufferer could simply Read More