News Mentions for the week of April 24, 2023

Our experts are often called upon to provide insight on current events and topics in the news. Here are some of the articles Stanford Psychiatry faculty have been interviewed for in recent weeks.

  • KCBS Radio: On-Demand

    Taking melatonin sleep gummies? Most don't match their dosage labels, new study shows

    If you take over-the-counter melatonin gummies to sleep, you could be getting a different dose than advertised. The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has published a new study that found 22 out of 25 of the gummies analyzed were mislabeled, with the actual quantity of melatonin ranging from 74 to 347 percent of the labeled dose and one product with no melatonin at all. For more details on this study and possible implications for people who use melatonin gummies, KCBS Radio news anchors speak with Rafael Pelayo, clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences.

  • From Our Neurons to Yours - Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute

    Assembling the brain

    New techniques for growing human brain tissue in the lab are fueling a revolution in scientists' ability to observe human brain development, trace the origins of psychiatric disorders and develop new treatments. Sergiu Pasca, the Kenneth T. Norris, Jr. professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, discusses his work with the podcast team at Stanford's Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute.

  • Scope Blog - Stanford Medicine

    Celebrating Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at Stanford Medicine

    Ranak Trivedi, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, is featured in this piece that celebrates and recognizes the contributions of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community at Stanford Medicine.

  • 90 Seconds w/ Lisa Kim - Stanford Medicine

    The neuroscience behind appreciation

    Stanford Medicine scientists have identified how virtual interactions stilt our conversations and what that looks like in the brain. Stephanie Balters, postdoctoral scholar in psychiatry and behavioral sciences, is interviewed.

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