This paper is Gaye Carlson's contribution to The Balanced Mind Parent Network's series, Translation of the Scientific Evolution of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder. The series presents the leading researchers' contribution to the field. It describes the programmatic approach and direction of the labs, the seminal questions which drive their research, a listing of their most important findings and a summary of how their work impacts the field. The Balanced Mind Parent Network is very grateful to Dr. Carlson for sharing her insights with our readers.
This is a transcript of a live chat held with Mary Fristad, Ph.D. on September 16, 2009. Dr. Fristad is a Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology at the Ohio State University, where she has been on faculty since 1986. Dr. Fristad is the Director of Research and Psychological Services in the OSU Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Fristad’s area of specialty is childhood mood disorders. She is has published over 100 articles and book chapters addressing the assessment and treatment of childhood-onset depression, suicidality and bipolar disorder (manic-depression).
Did you miss our chat with Christopher Correll? Read the transcript of this exciting and informative chat. To stay informed about monthly Expert Chats and other The Balanced Mind Parent Network events, join our mailing list now by entering your email address and zip code in the box in the top right corner of the screen.
Christoph U. Correll, M.D., is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and research scientist. He graduated from the Medical School at the Free University of Berlin in Germany before completing his training in child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry at the Zucker Hillside Hospital and Schneider Children's Hospital, New York. Dr. Correll's primary interest is in the timely identification and treatment of young people who are in the earliest stages of severe mental illnesses, including psychotic disorders. Dr. Correll is a member of The Balanced Mind Parent Network's Scientific Advisory Council.