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Dr. Knickmeyer Publishes in Neuropsychopharmacology

Dr. Knickmeyer Publishes in Neuropsychopharmacology

Dr. Knickmeyer finds that antidepressant use may be associated with structural changes in the infant brain.

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Dr. Knickmeyer Awarded R21/R33

Dr. Knickmeyer Awarded R21/R33

Dr. Knickmeyer was awarded an R21/R33 by the NIMH to study the relationships between gut microbiota, anxiety, and human brain development.

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Students learn spiritual practicality for both life and work

In a collaboration between the UNC School of Social Work and the Duke Divinity School, Dustin Rawlins, who is in his fourth year in the program, completed his field placement this past spring with the UNC Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health, where he worked in a critical time intervention (CTI) model with community partners such as psychiatrists and mental health workers.

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