1. 2015 Faculty Artist Recital Part 1

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    As part of the 2015 Faculty Arist Recital Series at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, neuroscientist and soprano (and Inquiring Minds podcast host) Indre Viskontas is joined by Grammy-nominated pianist Keisuke Nakagoshi in an exploration of the mind through music. Why does one piece 'go viral' while another languishes in obscurity, even when written by the same composer? What can we learn about music from observations of the brains of people who are enjoying it? In this unique presentation, Dr. Viskontas combines her curiosity about the brain with her passion for singing.

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    • DR. BRAIN: The Biology of Suicide

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      What if, with a blood test, we could tell if someone were going to kill themselves? An alliance of doctors is using clinical history and cutting edge technology to search for the biological basis of suicide and other mental health issues.

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      • DR. BRAIN: Virtual Reality Therapy

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        Clinicians now use 21st century virtual reality to help vets relive past traumatic events and overcome them. Could it be equally effective for other mental health issues?

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        • Recapitulant qué hem fet

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          Final de taller dins l'activitat "Jugant a ser neurocientífics", Setmana del Cervell 2015, 20/03/15 a l'Escola Bellaterra

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          • Muntant la sinapsi

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            Taller de l'activitat "Jugant a ser neurocientífics" dins de la Setmana del Cervell 2015- 20/03/15 a l'Escola Bellaterra

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            • Radio Spa

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              World's First Spa You Can Listen To

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              • "Psychosis vs. Psychopathy" Discussion and Q & A

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                Part of "Psychosis vs. Psychopathy: Navigating the Risk of Violence in the Clinic and Courtroom" An event sponsored by the MGH Center for Law, Brain & Behavior February 19, 2015 | Pierce Hall, McLean Hospital

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                • Judith Edersheim: Key Issues

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                  Part of "Psychosis vs. Psychopathy: Navigating the Risk of Violence in the Clinic and Courtroom" An event sponsored by the MGH Center for Law, Brain & Behavior February 19, 2015 | Pierce Hall, McLean Hospital __ Dr. Judith Edersheim is Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Center for Law, Brain and Behavior, an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, and an attending Psychiatrist in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Edersheim graduated magna cum laude from Brown University and attended law school at Harvard, where she graduated cum laude. She was a law clerk to the Honorable Robert W. Sweet, United States District Judge for the Southern District of New York, and practiced law at the firm of Hill and Barlow before returning to Harvard Medical School. She was an intern at the Mount Auburn Hospital and received her clinical psychiatry training at the Cambridge Hospital adult psychiatry residency program. Dr. Edersheim completed a fellowship in the Law and Psychiatry service at Massachusetts General Hospital. She is a member of the Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is licensed to practice medicine in Massachusetts and is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, with added qualifications in Forensic Psychiatry. Dr. Edersheim has performed a wide variety of forensic evaluations in both civil and criminal settings, including evaluations of competencies to stand trial, testamentary capacity, the capacity to make medical decisions, fitness for duty, the assessment of emotional damages, diminished capacity and criminal responsibility. She is a principal lecturer in the forensic psychiatry fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital and teaches forensic psychiatry to adult psychiatry residents at Massachusetts General and McLean Hospitals. Dr. Edersheim teaches extensively in the legal arena, including lectures sponsored by the Boston Bar Association, the Judicial Institute, and the Mental Health Legal Advisor’s Committee. She had been a member of several non-profit boards, including the Mental Health Legal Advisor’s Committee and the Board of Governors of Tel Aviv University. Dr. Edersheim’s research interest is in the translation of psychiatric and neurologic behavior into legal settings. She has published articles regarding the intersection of legal and medical concepts in peer reviewed medical journals such as the Journal of the American Academy of Law and Psychiatry and The Clinical Companion to the Journal of Primary Care and in legal journals such as the Massachusetts Family Law Journal. She has been a featured speaker locally, regionally and nationally regarding issues pertaining to neuroscience, psychiatry and the law.

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                  • Hon. Roanne Sragow: Judge's Perspective

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                    Part of "Psychosis vs. Psychopathy: Navigating the Risk of Violence in the Clinic and Courtroom" An event sponsored by the MGH Center for Law, Brain & Behavior February 19, 2015 | Pierce Hall, McLean Hospital __ The Honorable Roanne Sragow is First Justice for the Cambridge District Court. http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/Roanne_Sragow

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                    • Larry Seidman: Researcher's Perspective

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                      Part of "Psychosis vs. Psychopathy: Navigating the Risk of Violence in the Clinic and Courtroom" An event sponsored by the MGH Center for Law, Brain & Behavior February 19, 2015 | Pierce Hall, McLean Hospital __ Larry J. Seidman, PhD, a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist, is Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center (MMHC) Public Psychiatry Division of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). He is Vice Chair (Research at MMHC), Public Psychiatry Division of the BIDMC, Director of the Center of Excellence in Clinical Neuroscience and Psychopharmacological Research, and Director of the Neuropsychology Laboratory at MMHC. He has been a faculty member of the Clinical and Research Program of the MGH Pediatric Psychopharmacology Unit since 1991. An active researcher, teacher, and clinician, particularly with respect to neurodevelopmental disorders in psychiatry, currently Dr. Seidman in Prinicipal Investigator at Harvard Medical School on several National Institute of Health grants designed to clarify the etiology and pathophysiology of schizophrenia and is the PI of the Prodrome Treatment and Education grant funded by the Sidney R. Baer, Jr. Foundation, which funds a clinical program oriented to early intervention and prevention of psychotic illnesses. He also has been heavily involved in ADHD research over the past two decades.

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