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Release Date: 12/11/2020

Congratulations Dr. Robert Marvin recipient of the 2020-2021 ABPN Research Award

The ABPN Research Award supports research projects related to the mission of the ABPN, which is to promote and assess the competency of psychiatry and neurology candidates for initial and continuing certification (maintenance of certification). Each year, up to two psychiatry and two neurology awards are presented.

Release Date: 10/20/2020 Source: TEDx Talks YouTube

Our own Alex Leow’s TED TALK on BiAffect!

"Tracking the fitness of your brain", featuring Dr. Alex Leow on TEDx Chicago Salon

Release Date: 08/22/2019 Gallery

Drs. Martin Hinrichs, Surya Sabhapathy and Amber May nominated for Resident/…

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.

Release Date: 11/30/2018 Source: ABC 7 Chicago ABC 7 Chicago

Twin doctors launch website for women of color considering a medical career

Twin doctors Brittani and Brandi Jackson are changing the face of medicine.

Release Date: 11/15/2018 Source: NBC News Nightly

UIC identical twin Chief Residents hope to change the face of medicine

Dr. Brandi Jackson, Chief Resident in the Department of Psychiatry and twin sister Dr. Brittani Jackson, former Chief Resident in the College of Medicine-Family Medicine, were featured on the NBC Nightly News. They discussed their journey at UIC, and their mission to inspire the next generation in medicine.  

Release Date: 07/01/2018 Source: American Psychiatric Association (APA)

Dr. Brandi Jackson received APA/SAMHSA Minority Fellowship Program

The goal of the APA SAMHSA Minority Fellowship is to enhance the knowledge and capabilities of racial and ethnic minority psychiatry residents to teach, administer, conduct services research and provide culturally competent, evidence-based mental health services to minority and/or underserved populations.