Stop casually throwing the word 'phobia' around
An article on HuffPost by journalist Kristen Adaway featuring Dr. Carolyn Rodriguez.
The article discusses the line between fear and phobia.
What to do (and carry with you) to cope with a panic attack
An article on NBC News Better by journalist Nicole Spector featuring Dr. Carolyn Rodriguez.
The article discusses what panic attacks are and how to cope.
Early Test Shows: Experimental Drug May Have Potential to Relieve OCD Symptoms Quickly and with Few Side Effect
A new article in Brain & Behavior Research Foundation's eNews came out today featuring Dr. Rodriguez's study in The American Journal of Psychiatry.
The study was an investigation of the drug rapastinel as a replacement for ketamine in the treatment of OCD symptoms.
Stanford's Health Matters 2018
Dr. Carolyn Rodriguez is a featured speaker for the Health Talks series at this year's Health Matters.
Come join us at this free Stanford event Saturday, May 19th, 2018 from 9:00am-2:00pm.
K for OCD: The Pros and Cons of Ketamine
An article by Stanford Medicine magazine's Plus about the benefits and dangers of treating OCD with ketamine.
(Photo, by Kotryna Zukauskaite, from the article.)
Veterans Affairs Research Week Fair - May 17th, 2017
Maria and Jordan manned the Rodriguez Lab booth at this year's VA Research Week Fair.
The Rodriguez Lab is proud to partner with the Palo Alto VA for research projects which better the lives of veterans and their families.
1 Millions Steps 4 OCD - June 4th, 2016 - Oakland, CA
The Rodriguez Lab participated in the 2016 "1 Million Steps 4 OCD" at Lake Meritt in Oakland, CA. The event was co-organized by the SF Bay Area and Sacramento chapters of the International OCD Foundation.
10th Cardinal Walk - Friday 13th, 2016
The Rodriguez Lab participated at the 2016 Cardinal Walk organized by BeWell.
This year's theme was "Celebrate Stanford" in honor of the university's 125th anniversary.
Stanford Medicine Inside features Dr. Carolyn Rodriguez, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences as scholar in the Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Clouds End in United Kingdom (UK) featuring BeWell@Stanford Interview of Dr. Carolyn Rodriguez