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Dec. 08, 2022

Dr. Trivedi recognized as 2022 Highly Cited Researcher

Dr. Trivedi is one of the more than 20 UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists that are among the 2022 Highly Cited Researchers listed in the top 1% of researchers from across the globe demonstrating significant and broad influence in their chosen field or fields of research. Out of nearly 8 million researchers in the world over the last decade, less than 1% have published multiple papers frequently cited by their peers that rank in the top 1% of citations for their field and a year.

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Dec. 03, 2022

CDRC Faculty and staff join the Perot Museum's Community Day

The CDRC joined with more than 50 UT Southwestern colleagues for medIDEAs at the Perot for the Perot Museum’s Community Day 10th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, December 3rd to bring science into the community. This work is part of an important ongoing collaboration with partners in STEM outreach as well as the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. The CDRC helped to educate over 5500+ museum guests about mental health, brain development, Texas Resilience Against Depression, Youth Aware of Mental Health, EVEXIA, and more as well as engage in several games and activities centering on the brain.

Learn more about our T-RAD program
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Nov. 17, 2022

CDRC research and clinical strategies highlighted by local news outlet, WFAA

Dr. Trivedi and the CDRC receive mention for their research looking into ways to determine the causes of depression and better types of treatment.

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Nov. 14, 2022

CDRC work highlighted by local news outlet, WFAA

The CDRC's Youth Aware of Mental Health (YAM) program receives recognition this month for their mental health promotion and resilience work with North Texas youth.

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Nov. 14, 2022

CDRC work highlighted by local news outlet, WFAA

Dr. Trivedi and the CDRC receives recognition this month for their work on suicide prevention and research in North Texas.

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Nov. 9, 2022

Brainstorm Podcast Series: episode 6

This episode, hosted by Kathryn Forbes, features Marcellina Melvin, MA, LPC—the Deputy Director of The Hackett Center for Mental Health—in conversation with Dr. Madhukar Trivedi about health disparities among communities of color and the research and public policy initiatives that work to improve our mental health care system and advance health equity.

Listen to episode 6 on PodBean
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Nov. 09, 2022

CDRC visits El Paso TX-YDSRN team

The CDRC is highlighting community involvement in the Texas Youth Depression and Suicide Research Network (TX-YDSRN) where Dr. Shane Snyder visited a research site affiliated with the health-related academic institution in El Paso to build relationships with the research staff, comprehend site processes, and facilitate researchers on the project.

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Nov. 01, 2022

CDRC manuscript selected for "Editor's Choice" article

We would like to congratulate our team: Dr. Jha, Dr. Chin Fatt, Dr. Minhajuddin, Taryn Mayes, JD Berry, & Dr. Trivedi for their article being selected for Editor's Choice article in Psycho­neuro­endocrinology's October 2022 publication.
Our team continues to be on the cutting edge of brain health, and we are proud that the community can see our hard work through these journals.

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Oct. 29, 2022

AFSP’s Welcome to the Out of the Darkness DFW Metro Walk

CDRC Faculty, Drs. Rabia Ayvaci and Cherise Chin Fatt, along with AFSP program staff attend the Out of the Darkness DFW Metro Walk to support suicide awareness and prevention.

Learn more about our work with suicide prevention
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Oct. 26, 2022

Brainstorm Podcast Series: episode 5

What really IS depression? What does depression research entail? How does research work, who benefits from it, why is participation so important, and how can we progress it even further? If you’ve ever wondered how research studies are conducted, this episode is for you! Episode 5 features special guests Dr. Manish Jha, Dr. Geoffrey Obel, and Dr. DeWanda Harris Trimiar in discussion about research study protocols, diversity in participation, safety and privacy, and community research design.

Listen to episode 5 on PodBean
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Oct. 20, 2022

CDRC site leads all national sites with 23 participants randomized to date in STIMULUS study.

The purpose of the STIMULUS study is to evaluate the use of respective Transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) on individuals who use methamphetamine or cocaine. Research is needed to develop new substance use disorder treatments and to determine how to best broadly disseminate the treatments that are currently available and effective. Researchers and treatment providers in the Clinical Trials Network’s Big South/West Node contribute their expertise to solving this crisis impacting our nation and our Southern region.

Learn more about the STIMULUS study
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Oct. 18, 2022

Dr. Trivedi joins YMCA 2022 Key Leaders Luncheon

The YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas held its annual YMCA Key Leaders Luncheon panel "Spirit, Mind, & Body: supporting Mental Wellbeing in Our Youth". Over 400 guests joined the Y to hear a focused conversation about the mental well-being of our youth with featuring panelists: Dr. Madhukar Trivedi, Director of the Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care at UT Southwestern Medical Center; Dr. Jessica Gomez, Licensed Psychologist and Executive Director of Momentous Institute; and Sonya Parker Goode, Director of Outreach and Education at Grant Halliburton Foundation.

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Oct. 13, 2022

CDRC presents at GEM Cedar Hill Autumn Event

CDRC Faculty, Drs. Cherise Chin Fatt and Jane Foster joined the GEM event to share information about their work. The CDRC's own, Harmony Hilton presented about our newest program, Blue Steel, and the importance of resilience. Attendees included 350 female student-athletes between the 9th-12th grades.

Find out more about Blue Steel
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Oct. 12, 2022

Brainstorm Podcast Series: episode 4

Kathryn Forbes interviews Dr. Madhukar Trivedi and special guest Tom Osborne, the co-founder and CEO of Shamiri Institute, about evidence-based youth interventions. This discussion includes topics such as contextual and cultural understanding of mental health approaches, the meaning of stigma, and the impact of peer support. The Shamiri Institute is a youth-led organization that provides affordable, evidence-based and personalized mental health care to young people across Sub-Saharan Africa.

Listen to episode 4 on PodBean
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Oct. 3, 2022

Brainstorm Podcast Series: episode 3

CDRC's own, Kathryn Forbes interviews Dr. Madhukar Trivedi and special guest Kelly Davis, Associate Vice President of Peer and Youth Advocacy at Mental Health America, about youth lived experiences, community networks, and research. Kelly opens up honestly about her own mental health journey, her experience navigating the mental healthcare landscape, and how this has all led to the amazing work she does today. Learn about the ways that we can advance mental health services and support for youth, in schools and beyond.

Listen to episode 3 on PodBean
CDRC brings Blue Steel to GEM

Sept. 22, 2022

CDRC brings Blue Steel to GEM

As part of our ongoing community engagement, the CDRC did a second Blue Steel cohort with GEM (Girls Empowered by the Mavericks) in collaboration with UT Southwestern’s Pediatric Group and the Office of Communications at Dunbar High School with over 100 student athletes. The program, for girls ages 9-14+, is comprised of various educational and interactive sessions that engage, inspire, and empower young females. These tremendous athletes were empowered, inspired, and educated with Dr. Adrienne Mays and Ms. Harmony Hilton over Blue Steel constructs of resilience, self-monitoring, and building a personalized mental health toolkit. Please contact us at the CDRC to bring Blue Steel to your school and educational organization!

Learn more about Blue Steel here.
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Sept. 18, 2022

CDRC at UT Southwestern's RedBird Opening Celebration

As part of our ongoing community engagement, Dr. Jane Foster represented the CDRC at UT Southwestern's Redbird grand opening [HealthFest]. Dr. Foster joined the 'Ask a Doc' booth to share her knowledge about gut microbes, and our longitudinal research studies that are part of the T-RAD program.

Learn more about our T-RAD program.
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Sept. 14, 2022

Brainstorm Podcast Series: episode 2

What is the difference between mental illness and mental health? How can we make the shift from being reactive to being proactive? How can we promote recovery of the whole person, rather than just treat the symptoms? In this episode, Kathryn Forbes interviews Dr. Madhukar Trivedi and Dr. Anne Fuller about strategies to reduce risk, promote resilience, and ultimately prevent depression in adolescents. Learn about the importance of early identification and about CDRC research and outreach programs that are working to improve our understanding of youth mental health.

Listen to episode 2 on PodBean
Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast Series

Medscape Podcast, episode 6

Dr. Trivedi hosts Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast series on Major Depressive Disorder. In this episode, Dr. Trivedi discusses the role and future of psychedelics for the treatment of major depressive disorder with Dr. Greg Fonzo.

Mood and the Microbiome

Sept. 08, 2022

Unraveling the relationship between gut microbes and brain health

The role of the microbiome in intestinal and systemic health has garnered close attention among researchers for many years. Now evidence is mounting that this collection of microorganisms in the human gut can also impact a person’s neurological and emotional health, according to a recent perspective article in Science by neuroscientist Jane Foster, Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry.

Read about it on UT Southwestern's Newsroom.
Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast Series

Medscape Podcast, episode 5

Dr. Trivedi hosts Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast series on Major Depressive Disorder. In this episode, Dr. Trivedi discusses the role of sleep in major depressive disorder with Dr. Andrew Krystal.

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Aug. 31, 2022

Brainstorm Podcast Series: Season 2, episode 1

The CDRC's own, Kathryn Forbes interviews Dr. Madhukar Trivedi and three special guests—a clinical psychologist, a pediatrician, and a minister—about adolescent risk and the protective factors that can prevent mood disorders and promote mental health and well-being in adolescents.

Listen to episode 1 on PodBean.
Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast Series

Medscape Podcast, episode 4

Dr. Trivedi hosts Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast series on Major Depressive Disorder. In this episode, Dr. Trivedi discusses applying measurement-based care in the treatment of major depressive disorder with Dr. Bradley Gaynes.

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July 2022

CDRC Team Present at STEAM Summer Camp

Dr. Madhukar Trivedi and CDRC Faculty and staff join the AT&T Performing Arts Center STEAM Summer Camp to educate campers on mental health and wellness.

Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast Series

Medscape Podcast, episode 3

Dr. Trivedi hosts Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast series on Major Depressive Disorder. In this episode, Dr. Trivedi discusses the role and future of gut microbiome research in major depressive disorder with Dr. Jane A. Foster.

Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast Series

Medscape Podcast, episode 2

Dr. Trivedi hosts Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast series on Major Depressive Disorder. In this episode, Dr. Trivedi discusses the role of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) in major depressive disorder with Dr. Jonathan Downar.

Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast Series

Medscape Podcast, episode 1

Dr. Trivedi hosts Medscape's InDiscussion Podcast series on Major Depressive Disorder. In this episode, Dr. Trivedi discusses novel treatments with Ketamine and Esketamine in major depressive disorder with Dr. Manish Jha.

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