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Woebot, Tele-Psychology

July 25, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

WoeBot
Quoting directly: “Created by a team of Stanford psychologists and AI experts, Woebot uses brief daily chat conversations, mood tracking, [MORE]

Medical R&D Projects in the EU

August 30, 2016 | | Posted in Newsletter

ICT
You’ll have to download either or both reports in this piece to get the details on information and communication technology [MORE]

Brain Stimulators for Military Use

July 22, 2014 | | Posted in Newsletter

Brain Machine
Brain-implanted devices are gaining traction in part because so many soldiers in recent wars have sustained limb loss or [MORE]

Tracking PTSD Before, During and After Military Service

October 23, 2012 | | Posted in Newsletter

This 415 page downloadable report assesses the biomarkers and physiologic basis of post-traumatic stress disorders among veterans of the [MORE]

Psychiatric Patients in the ED

August 7, 2012 | | Posted in Newsletter

Hospitals that claim a 30 minute waiting time in their Emergency Departments must have found a solution to handling [MORE]

Markers of Depression

June 28, 2011 | | Posted in Newsletter

Psychiatric disorders amply illustrate that “diseases” are intellectual artifacts which don’t exist naturally; the natural phenomenon is the mentally [MORE]

Mental Health Drug Discovery: From Probabilistic to Patient Focused Approaches


Mental health issues and substance abuse continues to be an underserved yet high unmet medical need.  Based on past and [MORE]

Medicine as “A Path to Social Justice”

November 16, 2010 | | Posted in Newsletter

This past summer, Johns Hopkins Medical School began a first-of-its-kind residency program in urban health.  Residents work [MORE]

The Human Connectome Project

October 12, 2010 | | Posted in Newsletter

Connectome Project MRIs
Over the next five years, the National Institutes of Health will be funding a $40m project to [MORE]

Stress vs. Strikes

July 28, 2009 | | Posted in Newsletter

University of Warwick (UK) researcher Bernard Casey recently presenting his analysis showing that work-related stress accounted for more loss of [MORE]