A conversation with Chuck Raison, MD on interplay between specific behavioral changes and depression.
Chuck Raison, MD, is the Mary Sue and Mike Shannon Distinguished Chair for Healthy Minds, Children & Families and Professor, Human Development and Family Studies, in the School of Human Ecology, and Professor, Department of Psychiatry, School of #Medicine and Public #Health, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Dr. Raison also serves as Director of Clinical and Translational #Research for Usona Institute and as Director of Research on #Spiritual #Health for Emory #Healthcare in Atlanta, GA.
Web of Science named him one of the world’s most influential #researchers, with nearly 11,000 citations in the decade preceding 2019 and 137 publications. Dr. Raison is internationally recognized for his studies examining #novel mechanisms involved in the development and treatment of major #depression and other #stress-related #emotional and physical conditions, as well as for his work examining the physical and #behavioral effects of #compassion training.
Find out more about Dr. Raison at https://spiritualhealth.emory.edu/about-us/bios/raison-charles.html
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