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Studying the ethics of invasive therapies for depression

Laura Cabrera, an assistant professor in the Center for Ethics and Humanities, has received a $1.4 million National Institutes of Health-Brain Initiative grant to study the ethics around interventions that use electrical stimulation for treating depression. 

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Mental Health Awareness Week

Join the movement during Mental Health Awareness Week, November 10-17. Associated Students of Michigan State University has organized events to prevent the stigma around mental health, educate students on resources available to them, advocate for increased mental health resources on campus.

MSU hires director to address wellness and vulnerable populations

Claudia Finkelstein, an internal medicine physician and medical educator, has been named to the newly created position of director of wellness, resiliency and support for the vulnerable. Finkelstein is helping MSU health care providers address care for vulnerable populations and is also developing a wellness and resilience program for the College of Human Medicine’s faculty and staff.

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