UCSF Psychiatry News

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August 08, 2017
The UCSF Department of Psychiatry has been ranked among the top ten centers for adult psychiatry in the nation in U.S. News & World Report’s annual America’s Best Hospitals survey.
Nicholas Roznovsky
July 17, 2017
UC San Francisco staff member Nicholas Roznovsky has been elected Chair-Elect of the UCSF Staff Assembly, an association of more than 7,000 university and medical center employees who are not represented by a union or other bargaining unit.
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July 07, 2017
The members of the Department of Psychiatry's State Lab were among the UC San Francisco faculty, students, and staff members recognized for their efforts in supporting and advocating for sustainability measures at the seventh annual Sustainability Awards on June 20.
People working
June 30, 2017
The Department of Psychiatry is pleased to welcome three new faculty members to its ranks this summer.
John Sikorski, MD
June 29, 2017
Longtime faculty member John Sikorski, MD, was honored earlier this week as the inaugural recipient of the UCSF Psychiatry Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry.
Medals
June 28, 2017
Resident physicians in the UCSF Adult Psychiatry Residency Training Program have chosen 11 department educators to honor for their outstanding commitment and dedication to resident education.
Movie cast
June 27, 2017
The Female Brain, a relationship comedy motion picture loosely based on the 2006 book of the same name by UCSF neuropsychiatrist Louann Brizendine, MD, had its world premiere on June 17 at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
Alicia Boccellari, PhD
June 27, 2017
Longtime UC San Francisco clinician, educator, and research Alicia Boccellari, PhD, will officially retire on June 29, 2017, after a career spanning more than three decades in the Bay Area.
Artwork
June 26, 2017
Art lovers and bargain hunters are invited find new treasures for their collections while supporting LGBTQ and HIV-related mental health care.
Upset child
June 22, 2017
Around one in five children with Tourette syndrome, a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary movements and vocalizations, met criteria for autism in a study headed by UC San Francisco. But this prevalence may be more a reflection of similarity in symptoms than actual autism, according to the study’s researchers.

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