Department of psychiatry events
The Department of Psychiatry hosts many events that are open to the public and others that are by invitation only, meant for an internal audience. Please explore some of our department's events and keep up with the exciting world of Psychiatry at OHSU. If you have any questions about upcoming department events, please see the contact person listed for each event.
Psychiatry Grand Rounds
Special Lecture Series
We have several special lectureship series that are hosted by our department which include the William G. Rondeau Lecture (which is being hosted in unison with Psychiatry Grand Rounds in 2019), the Herbert M. Woodcock Lecture, and the George Saslow Lecture. Follow the links by clicking on the title of the lecture to find out more. For questions: firstname.lastname@example.org 503-494-4818
OHSU Autism Seminar Series
The Autism Seminar series is hosted by OHSU SPARK by Dr. Eric Fombonne and often hosts speakers from external institutions to come and speak on various topics relating to Autism Spectrum Disorder. For questions: email@example.com 503-974-6478
Psychiatry Faculty Meetings
Faculty Meetings are typically hosted once a month by the Chair of our department, Dr. George A. Keepers, and are meant for OHSU Psychiatry Faculty only. This is a place for the department to connect on strategy, department-wide updates, and upcoming and recent institutional changes. For questions: firstname.lastname@example.org 503-494-6153
Psychiatry Faculty M & M
Psychiatry Faculty M & M is open to psychiatry faculty members who see patients at OHSU and is a platform to discuss sensitive case studies and collaborate to find solutions and improve best practices. For questions: email@example.com 503-494-4818
Psychiatry Research Faculty Meetings
Special external news and events featuring psychiatry faculty
Many of our influential faculty participate in events that are hosted by departments outside the Department of Psychiatry or outside of OHSU. Below you can find information about various events going on that feature our faculty members. Please note that we do not coordinate or host these events and may not know details.
Department of Medicine Grand Rounds: The Psychological Impact of Racism presented by Alisha Moreland, January 14, 2020. For questions: firstname.lastname@example.org 503-494-5029
In the news
Watch: Kind is Better Youth Mental Town Hall Dr. Ajit Jetmalani, the director of the division of child and adolescent psychiatry here at OHSU, participated in a Town Hall on June 5, 2019 to talk about the challenges young people face.