Dr. Ed Cook was selected as an International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) Fellow in May 2019. This award is the highest honor given by the International Society for Autism Research. It recognizes the sustained international research contribution to autism science that a person has made in their career, and the effect that it has had internationally on autism science.
The Abraham L. Halpern Humanitarian Award is bestowed by the American Association for Social Psychiatry for extraordinary achievement in advancing human rights. The Award is named after the forensic psychiatrist and human rights activist Abraham L. Halpern, M.D. (1925-2013).
Dr. Ajilore discussed UICDR’s newly launched Digital Mental Health Initiative (DHMI). The DMHI is a collaborative, transdisciplinary group of clinicians, researchers, educators and stakeholders working to improve equitable access to mental health treatment with innovative, smart connected technology.
Two residents, Drs. Martin Hinrichs and Surya Sabhapathy, as well as one child fellow, Dr. Amber May were nominated for resident/fellow of the year.
Eisenlohr-Moul has a $3.1 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to study how stabilizing certain hormones that fluctuate over the menstrual cycle in women at risk for suicide can keep suicidal thoughts at bay.
Dr. Martin Harrow has been selected by the faculty in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University to receive the Richard Atkinson Lifetime Achievement Award.