Noshene Elaine Ranjbar, MD, our Integrative Psychiatry Program Director, is interviewed for TV 332 - an Iranian broadcast - on coping with the trauma incurred from the ongoing protests in Iran.
Research by sleep scientists at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson’s Department of Psychiatry shows a correlation between poor sleep and suicide risk in college-aged adults.
Two of our perinatal psychiatrists - Saira S. Kalia, MD and Kathryn Emerick, MD - are working to launch a statewide hotline that will connect health care providers directly to psychiatrists to facilitate consultations about a patient’s mental health.
Michael Grandner, PhD, MTR, CBSM, FAASM, director of the Sleep and Health Research Program and associate professor of psychiatry at the College of Medicine – Tucson, is quoted in the article "The 10 Best Heated, Weighted Blankets for a Cozy, Anxiety-Free Night".
Michael Grandner, PhD, College of Medicine - Tucson Associate Professor of Psychiatry is quoted in some articles about students who utilize food pantries.
Dr. Noshene Ranjbar and Shally Zomorodi engage in a conversation about Iran's increasing rates of suicide due to the current political situation.
Noshene Ranjbar, MD, was interviewed by BBC Persian on how to improve quality of sleep when confronted by lack of sleep, insomnia, and nightmares resulting from concerns regarding the news of protests in Iran.
The Institute for Mental Health Research (IMHR) has opened its Fall 2022 grant competition and will award up to $600,000 in grants for innovative research in mental health.
Noshene E. Ranjbar, MD, was interviewed by BBC Persian 37 Degrees to share her experience regarding the turmoil in Iran.
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry Noshene E. Ranjbar, MD, writes to the New York Times editorial board about the Women-Life-Freedom movement in Iran.