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Release Date: 03/15/2021

Dr. Dana Rusch provided three guest lectures (Jan-March 2020) at non-UIC…

Dr. Dana Rusch provided three guest lectures (Jan-March 2020) at non-UIC graduate training programs on research-practice-policy issues related to immigrant mental health justice. In mid-March, Dr. Rusch will also serve as an invited discussant for a pre-doctoral psychology intern’s clinical case presentation at the University of Chicago.


Release Date: 03/15/2021

Dr. Olu Ajilore was invited to present work from the CoNeCT lab at the UCLA…

Dr. Olu Ajilore was invited to present work from the CoNeCT lab at the UCLA Brain Mapping Center, McLean Hospital at Harvard Medical School and the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Vermont.


Release Date: 03/15/2021 Source: National Fire Protection Association

Dr. Neil Pliskin was a participant in a podcast for the National Fire…

Podcast: Psychological approaches to treating electrical shock injuries.


Release Date: 03/15/2021

Jesse Herron, APRN has been chosen to be an advanced facilitator

Jesse Herron, APRN has been chosen to be an advanced facilitator for 2nd annual "Foundations of Interprofessional Collaborative Practice" program at UIC, where he will be concentrating on the practice focus of chronic pain management.


Release Date: 03/15/2021 Source: National Institutes of Health

Congratulations to Dr. Emma Childs on receiving an R21 award from the National…

On research “Influence of synthetic sex hormones on alcohol effects and consumption in women.“ with the co-investigators are Dr. Maki, Dr. Eisenlohr-Moul, and Dr. Aneet Ahluwalia.


Release Date: 03/15/2021

Dr. Patricia Graczyk co-presented to the national educational group in the…

February 4, 2021 Dr. Patricia Graczyk co-presented to the Steunpunt Passend Onderwijs, a national educational group in the Netherlands, on "A Response to Intervention Framework to Promote School Attendance and Address School Attendance Problems."