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Can the psychedelic in magic mushrooms treat depression?

February 16, 2024

Buckeyes may be synonymous with Ohio State University, but it’s magic mushrooms being studied by researchers there that could unlock new treatments for mental illnesses within the next few years. Psilocybin, the naturally occuring psychedelic …

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Boyd’s study published in Journal of Psychiatric Research

February 9, 2024

Congratulations to Dr. Donte Boyd who recently published the article “Examining developmental assets of young Black sexual gender minority males in preventing suicidal behaviors” in the Journal of Psychiatric Research. The study finds that Black …

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Krings to present at UN Commission for Social Development

February 7, 2024

Congratulations to associate professor Amy Krings who has been invited by the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) to be a panelist as part of the 62nd Session of the UN Commission for Social Development. …

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Bates to serve on National Advisory Board

February 2, 2024

Congratulations to Dr. Samantha Bates who was invited to serve as a member of the Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care School-Based Initiatives Advisory Board. This national position will help elevate the college’s work …

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After 7 years, alcohol control program still reduces child abuse

January 30, 2024

Study examined long-term impact of prevention effort A neighborhood alcohol control project in Sacramento that reduced cases of child abuse and neglect soon after implementation still had a positive impact seven years later, a new …

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Nothnagle’s self-efficacy coaching research abstract accepted

January 29, 2024

Congratulations to MSW-PhD student Emily Nothnagle who has been accepted to give an oral presentation at the Edward F. Hayes Advanced Research Forum. Nothnagle’s research examines Ohio sport coaches’ self-efficacy to (a) Promote life skill …

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