Consultation-liaison psychiatry, previously known as psychosomatic medicine, has a long history. And that history, said Thomas Wise, MD, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at SMHS, is important to reflect on to learn how to advance...» Read More
Cultural identity and the understanding of one’s self play into how the brain processes information and in how violence is motivated by one’s identity, topics discussed at the GW Department of Psychiatry’s most recent Grand Rounds.
Sangeeta, Ramesh, Asha. Those are names of children whose lives were restored thanks to Brandon Kohrt, MD, PhD, RESD ’13, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences. Kohrt told their stories at his installment as the Charles and...» Read More