We host regular events related to the field of addiction.
The Future of Addiction Treatment: CBD, Big Data, Adolescents, and Telehealth
On Sept. 23, the Addiction Institute of Mount Sinai hosted a symposium covering the latest research and clinical perspectives on addiction treatment. Eric Nestler, MD, PhD, moderated 20minute talks from Yasmin Hurd, PhD; Xiaosi Gu, PhD; Kara Bagot, MD; and Timothy Brennan, MD, MPH.
Watch the recording here.
Dr. Robert Newman Annual Lecture in Addiction
The new annual Dr. Robert Newman Lecture in Addiction features national academic leaders discussing the most current research and trends in addiction. The lecture is hosted at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in memory of Dr. Newman’s passion to serve patients suffering with addiction.
View the inaugural lecture from December 2, 2020, here.
Tackling Addiction Together
This monthly lecture series for Mount Sinai staff covers the latest discoveries in the field, bridging the gap between clinical services and scientific research within the AIMS community.
The purpose of the Addiction Club is to provide guidance, mentorship, and research opportunities to junior investigators and to promote a collaborative forum for senior mentors. Specifically, we:
- Explore the latest scientific discoveries and how we can use them to improve patient care
- Provide career development in academic addiction (and related fields)
- Teach about state-of-the art research and clinical skills
The club focuses on those interested in pursuing an academic career in addiction, and is open to Mount Sinai residents, fellows (basic, translational, and clinical), students, and staff.
Date: Third Thursday of each month
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