In recent years, we have seen a massive, exponential growth of neuroscience research that is revolutionizing our understanding of the biological basis of psychiatric illness. For residents just beginning their careers in psychiatry— or for practicing clinicians or anyone else who’s not fully immersed in neuroscience — it is not possible to keep up with this literature. If you’ve ever found yourself having trouble keeping up with the science at your department’s Grand Rounds, if you feel like you’re missing something or you feel lost, intimidated, or confused… these talks are for you!
The following talks were recorded as part of a one day, NNCI sponsored event, held in conjunction with the Yale Resident Grand Rounds summer series. All of the presenters are current residents at Yale who worked with the NNCI to produce this special session. The goal of the event was to pick a handful of topics to present AT AN INTRODUCTORY LEVEL that each reflect cutting edge neuroscience that could change the way we think about and, ultimately, treat our patients – the kind of topics that will make you say – “Wow. This “Stuff” is really cool…”