Bro Let's Talk EP2: The Stigma Around Suicide Among Men

"In episode 2 of “Bro Let’s Talk,” Marquette University junior Jack Began talks about his dad’s death by suicide and how it has had an impact on him and his family. Zachary Cohen, a clinical psychology researcher at UCLA, then talked about some of the awareness that celebrities and athletes have brought to suicide, in addition to some possible solutions to bring down suicide rates among men."

Depression: How to Recognize it and How to Treat it

ADAA Webinar

Conversation with Neal Sideman, co-chair of Anxiety and Depression Association of America's (ADAA) Public Education Committee

Determining What Works For Whom in Mental Health

The 60-Second Lectures series, University of Pennsylvannia, 2016

Can we predict the most effective treatment for depression patients?

MQ: Transforming Mental Health interview

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September 15, 2017

Penn Researchers Focus on Optimizing Mental Health Treatments Using Big Data

What if with the click of a button, a clinician could improve and personalize a patient’s treatment for a mental illness like post-traumatic stress disorder, depression or panic disorder? That’s the goal of a new data tournament created by Robert DeRubeis and Zachary Cohen of the University of Pennsylvania that will start in October and ... - Michele Berger, PennNews.

July 01, 2017

Matching people to the best psychological treatment option for them

MQ Data Science award project page

November 19, 2014

Penn-developed Method for Selecting Mental Health Treatments Receives $160,000 Award

MQ: Transforming Mental Health, a new United Kingdom-based charitable organization that supports mental health research, announced Wednesday the first major investment of its new flagship research program, PsyIMPACT. A team of University of Pennsylvania researchers is among ... - Evan Lerner, PennNews.

November 01, 2017

The right treatment at the right time. MQ: Mental Health

MQ PsyImpact award project page

January 08, 2014

The ‘Personalized Advantage Index,’ a Decision-Making Tool, Developed at Penn

One of the primary social motivations for scientific research is the ability to make better decisions based on the results. But whether it is deciding what material to use in making a solar panel, what antibiotic to use on an infection or when to launch a satellite, most decisions involve weighing multiple factors, all of which interact with one another in determining the best course of action... - Evan Lerner, PennNews.

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