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UT Physicians opens doors to new interventional psychiatry clinic

Joao de Quevedo, MD, PhD, cuts the ribbon for a new interventional psychiatry clinic surrounded by UTHealth Houston faculty and staff. (Photo by: Logan Ball, UT Physicians)

August 1, 2023

The new UT Physicians Interventional Psychiatry Clinic provides services for patients with treatment-resistant psychiatric conditions in one location. Its goal is to not only embrace the current interventional psychiatry services but also expand and develop new services.

UTHealth Houston study on seasonality of teen suicidality in JAMA Network Open

Study authors Youngran Kim, PhD, assistant professor at UTHealth Houston School of Public Health, and Scott D. Lane, PhD, professor and vice chair for research with McGovern Medical School at UTHealth Houston. (Photo by UTHealth Houston)

July 19, 2023

The incidences of teen suicidality including self-harm, suicidal ideation, and suicide attempts increased nationally between 2016 and 2021; were at seasonal high peaks in April and October; and were at their lowest when schools were shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to research at UTHealth Houston

UTHealth Houston School of Public Health researchers awarded $2M to help prevent obesity-related cancers

Shreela Sharma, PhD, professor in the Department of Epidemiology, Human Genetics and Environmental Sciences, will be the principal investigator in the community-based cancer prevention research program. (Photo by UTHealth Houston)

July 14, 2023

UTHealth Houston School of Public Health researchers will participate in a national initiative to help combat cancer disparities fueled by persistent poverty. The five-year grant was awarded to collaborators at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center from the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health. Nearing $10 million in funding for five years, UTHealth Houston researchers will receive nearly $2 million as co-investigators to foster cancer prevention research and strengthen community-based programs in low-income areas.  

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