Colloquium on Depression and Related Mood Research

The UCSF Depression Center, in partnership with the UCSF Research Development Office’s Team Science Program, is hosting a day-long research colloquium focused on depression and mood-related research. We are looking to highlight research in these areas at UCSF and UC Berkeley, increase the associated collaborative research potential, and foster innovative thinking and new approaches. We hope that you, as UCSF and UC Berkeley faculty interested in transdisciplinary research in these fields, will join us for this exciting event.

Opening Speakers Include: 
Chancellor Sam Hawgood
Tom Insel, President and Co-Founder of Mindstrong Health
Bruce Miller, Director of the Center for Memory and Aging

Lightning Talk Topics Include:
Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms and Processes
Psychological Mechanisms and Processes
Sociocultural Context and Determinants
Psychological and Behavioral Interventions
Biological Interventions

Tentative Agenda
8:30am       Breakfast (provided)
9:00am       Welcome and Charge
9:30am       Keynote 
10:30am     Break
10:45am     Lightning Talks on Pivotal Research Areas
12:45pm     Lunch (provided) and Networking
2:00pm       Breakout Discussions on Pivotal Research Areas
3:30pm       Report Back from Discussions
4:30pm       Summary and Next Steps

Monday, September 24, 2018 at 8:30am to 5:00pm

Golden Gate Club 135 Fisher Loop, San Francisco CA

Event Type

Conference, Academic


Postdocs, Faculty




Department of Psychiatry, Research Development Office, UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences

Event Registration Required

This event requires registration.