DART Didactic Seminars

 

 Students gather for DART didactic seminar

The DART Resident Seminar Series is held on Tuesdays during the spring and fall semester in the Resident Education Center. Those interested in attending must contact DART Program Coordinator prior.

Journal Clubs are open for all Psychiatry Residents to attend.


2021 Fall Didactic Seminars
Resident Research Track

August 24 - Orientation - DART Faculty, Staff & Trainees

August 31 - Research & Career Journey - Colleen Halliday, Ph.D., DART Co-Investigator

September 7 - Journal Club - Kelly Barth, D.O., DART Co-Director

September 14 - Good Clinical Practice & Research Ethics - Susan Sonne, PharmD 

September 21  - Midtreatment Problems Implementing Evidence-based Interventions in Community Settings - Phillippe Cunningham, Ph.D.

September 28 - Working with the IRB - Leslie Bell

October 5 - Journal Club - Corey Hassell, M.D., current DART Trainee, & Jacobo Mintzer, M.D., DART Mentor

October 12 - Research Career Development - Kathleen Brady, M.D., Ph.D., DART Founder and Co-Director

October 19 - The State of Smoking Research - Tracy Smith, Ph.D.

October 26 - Mental Health Services, Research & Telehealth with Latin-X Populations - Lisette Saavedra, Ph.D., DART Advisory Board Member

November 2 - Adapting Motivational Interviewing for Patients with Opioid Use Disorder - Liz Santa Ana, Ph.D. 

November 9 - TBD

November 16 - Addiction & Trauma Treatment in Adolescents - Carla Danielson, Ph.D.

November 23 - No Seminar, Thanksgiving Break

 

Fall DART Resident Presentations

November 30 - Adverse Outcomes Associated with Dementia and Opioid Use - Corey Hassell, M.D.

November 30 - Ketamine Treatment for Migraines - Manish Karamchandani, M.D. 

December 7 - Autistic Females and Sexual Health and Knowledge - Emily Whisler, D.O.

December 7 - Chris Austelle, M.D.

December 14 - Daniel Hashemi, M.D.

TBD - Anna Ehrhardt, M.D.

 

Please visit our Current Residents page for more information about our trainees, their research projects, and their mentors.