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Join us on Friday, September 9th for our Psychiatry Grand Rounds with Czerne Reid, PhD

Published: Aug 22nd, 2016

PGY-4s - Anu Mathur, MD; Marc Ettensohn, MD; Melinda Hansen, MD; Jacqueline Hobbs, MD, PhD; Jordan Brown, MD; and Deepak Davidson, MD

Congratulations to our Graduating Psychiatry Residents!

Published: Jun 24th, 2016

Fei Chen, DO

Congratulations to our Resident of the Month for June 2016!

Published: Jun 23rd, 2016

Fei Chen, DO Resident of the Month for June

Jennifer Davis, MD

Dr. Davis appointed member of AAMC’s Organization of Resident Representatives

Published: Jun 21st, 2016

We are happy to announce that Jennifer Davis, MD – PGY-2, has been appointed as a member of the Association of American Medical College’s (AAMC) Organization of Resident Representatives (ORR).  […]

UF Health Shands Psychiatric Hospital

ECT Open House at Shands Psychiatric Hospital

Published: Jun 10th, 2016

UF Health held an open house Thursday, June 9th at UF Health Shands Psychiatric Hospital to showcase their newly developed  state-of-the-art Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) suite. ECT is currently used to […]

Uma Suryadevera, MD
Assistant Professor

Dr. Suryadevara appointed to Alzheimer’s Disease Research Grant Advisory Council

Published: Jun 9th, 2016

Uma Suryadevara, MD has been appointed a geriatric psychiatrist member on the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Grant Committee.

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Parent child interactive therapy helps improve families’ lives

Published: Jun 9th, 2016

GAINESVILLE, Fla — Sometimes a child’s behavioral problems can get out of hand, but now there’s a new kind of interactive therapy available for parents and children at UF Health’s Medical Psychology Center in Gainesville.PCIT, or Parent Child Interactive Therapy, is for children who have more disruptive behavior than the average child

Marcelo Febo, PhD
Assistant Professor

“Bath salt” drug spurs psychosis-like condition in the brain, UF Health study finds

Published: Jun 9th, 2016

The use of psychoactive “bath salts” can induce a condition in the brain similar to that of patients suffering from psychosis, University of Florida Health researchers have found.

Research Volunteers

Research Volunteers Needed

Published: Jun 1st, 2016

The University of Florida Neurocognitive Laboratory is searching for volunteers, aged 25-59, for a research study of cognitive and emotion in healthy adults.

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Staff member Geri Underhill retires after 35 years

Published: May 25th, 2016

Thank you Geri for your hard work and dedication to the UF Department of Psychiatry  – We wish you the best!