Video: Bridging Science, Treatment, and Public Education of Anxiety Disorders

Video: Bridging Science, Treatment, and Public Education of Anxiety Disorders

As a tribute to the life work of Jerilyn Ross, cofounder of ADAA, the National Institute of Mental Health sponsored Bridging Science, Treatment, and Public Education of Anxiety Disorders, a free symposium.

Watch six world-renowned experts discuss the hottest research, including what it means for treatment today and in the future.

 



Moderator and Welcoming Remarks

Thomas Insel, MD
Director, National Institute of Mental Health

The Societal Burden of Anxiety Disorders
Ronald C. Kessler, PhD
Professor, Department of Health Care Policy
Harvard Medical School

Changing Fear
Elizabeth Phelps, PhD
Professor of Psychology and Neural Science
New York University

Developmental Neuroscience Comes of Age: Research on Anxiety Leads the Way
Daniel S. Pine, MD
Chief, Section on Development and Affective Neuroscience
Chief, Emotion and Development Branch
Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program
National Institute of Mental Health

Translational Approaches to Understanding Fear and Fear-Related Disorders
Kerry Ressler, MD, PhD
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Center for Behavioral Neuroscience, Yerkes Research Center
Emory University

Transforming Treatment Outcomes for People with Anxiety Disorders
H. Blair Simpson, MD, PhD
Director, Anxiety Disorders Clinic and OCD Research Program
Associate Professor, Clinical Psychiatry, Columbia University
Research Psychiatrist, New York State Psychiatric Institute

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