A new book co-edited by Daniel Antonius, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry, examines how varied emotional responses to terrorism—especially fear—influence the political process.
Six outstanding University at Buffalo medical residents and fellows have been honored with 2013 Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Awards.
Maria Theresa Mariano, MD, has won a national poster competition
for research demonstrating the value of the PSYCH mnemonic.
Forensic psychologist Daniel Antonius, PhD, assistant professor
of psychiatry, has observed that the Tsarnaev brothers suspected of
planting the Boston Marathon bombs share characteristics with
others who have participated in terrorist acts.
Eleven medical school teachers and five residents received 2013
Louis A. and Ruth Siegel Awards during an April 17 ceremony.
Jane Elberg, MD, co-chief fellow in the Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry Fellowship, has been named a Laughlin Fellow of the
American College of Psychiatrists (ACP).
Forty-two residents, fellows, faculty and medical students were
inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society and one student
received the Goldstein scholarship during a March ceremony.