In this special episode of Charged, a panel of three guests discuss the history of racism against the AAPI community, how the pandemic has fueled it and why this group has been widely excluded from conversation, data and policy intended to foster racial equality.
Maurizio Fava, MD, Chief of Psychiatry
John B. Herman, MD, Associate Chief
Jeff Huffman, MD, Associate Chief for Clinical Services
Sabine Wilhelm, PhD, Chief of Psychology
Timothy E. Wilens, MD, Chief of Child Psychiatry
Janet Wozniak, MD, Associate Chief for Quality and Safety
Gregory L. Fricchione, MD, Associate Chief of Psychiatry
Felicia Smith, MD, Associate Chief for Psychiatry and Medicine
Sheila M. O'Keefe, EdD, Director of Psychology Training
Scott Beach, MD, Program Director, MGH/McLean Adult Psychiatry Residence
Deborah Blacker, MD, MSc, Associate Chief for Research
Roy Perlis, MD, Associate Chief for Research
Jordan W. Smoller, MD, MSc, Associate Chief for Research
Lee Cohen, MD, Associate Chief for Philanthropy and Department Communication
Derri Shtasel, MD, MPH, Associate Chief for Public and Community Psychiatry
Joy B. Rosen, Vice President
Laurie Ansorge Ball, Executive Director
- Press Release
- Jul | 8 | 2021
Las imágenes médicas cerebrales ayudan a entender la neurobiología del trastorno neurológico funcional (de conversión)
Una investigación ha descubierto una conectividad alterada entre las regiones cerebrales que se encargan de la señalización sensoriomotora, emocional y cognitiva en pacientes con trastorno neurológico funcional.
- Press Release
- Jul | 6 | 2021
For the first time, researchers have used fMRI to understand how some older adults can learn and remember new information as well as a 25-year-old.
- Jun | 4 | 2021
What do I need to know about COVID-19 vaccines? How can I social distance and maintain a positive outlook? How can I cope with the economic hardship of the pandemic? These are just a few of the wide range of questions answered in...
- Jun | 2 | 2021
We care about the family and friends that help provide care for our patients at Mass General Cancer Center and recognize the emotional and physical toll this can take.
- May | 28 | 2021
After a widespread, worldwide shift to virtual gatherings at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, a study conducted by MGH researchers also showed a shift in the way many people were feeling about their physical appearance on video-based platforms.