Integrating Indigenous Wisdom and Western Medicine

Dr. Tommy Begay is using sleep research to combat PTSD for Native populations impacted by historical trauma.

Denise Rodriguez Esquivel, PhD
Road-rage incidents nearing record numbers in Arizona

KOLD News 13 interviews Psychiatry assistant professor Denise Rodriguez Esquivel, PhD about ways to keep cool when experiencing road rage.

Vascular Surgeon to Study Brain Blood Flow and Alzheimer’s

Researchers hope that finding a connection between carotid disease and Alzheimer’s could provide a new pathway for preventing dementia.

Clinical Assistant Professor Noshene Ranjbar, MD
Pandemic means isolation, more stress for UA doctors-in-training

Psychiatry clinical assistant professor Noshene Ranjbar, MD, was interviewed by the AZ Daily Star about the stress medical students face and how it impacts mental health.

Geriatric specialist talks ‘complexity and gray areas’ of cognitive decline

The Jewish News interviews Psychiatry Professor and Chair Jordan Karp, MD, about his Sept 9 webinar, "Preventing Cognitive Decline in Late-Life: Evidence-Based Ways to Keep Your Brain Healthy.“

New Program to Boost Rural Behavioral Health Care Workforce

A new program will train psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner students and psychology interns in real-world integrated health care settings.

Patricia Harrison-Monroe, PhD
COVID-19 Racial Disparities on Minority Mental Health

In recognition of #MinorityMentalHealthMonth, UAZ Health Sciences interviews our Vice Chair of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Patricia Harrison-Monroe, PhD, for the Expert Insights video "What is the impact of COVID-19 Racial Disparities on Minority Mental Health?"

Conversations on Healing podcast
Staying Ground through Mind-Body and Integrative Medicine

Conversations on Healing podcast host Shay Beider interviews Assistant Professor Noshene Ranjbar, MD, about the balance of nutrition, emotion regulation, sleep, and other key building blocks needed to promote health.