OCD Program at Stanford Sat Oct 14, 2017









 

THIS PROGRAMS IS FREE
EVERYONE IS WELCOME

OCD Update: Current and Next-generation Treatments

The Rodriguez Lab at Stanford University invites you to a free OCD awareness event for patients, family members and health care professionals. You will learn about first-line OCD treatments and current research studies. (See program schedule below.)

Co-sponsored by: The Rodriguez Lab at Stanford University
and the Obsessive Compulsive Foundation of the SF Bay Area

Date & Time:

Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 10 am – 2 pm

Location:

Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center at Stanford University
Address: 291 Campus Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94305
Conference Room: 130

Contact:

For more information contact: Rodriguez Lab
ocdresearch@stanford.edu
650-723-4095

Program Schedule:

TIME

SPEAKER

TOPIC

10:00AM-10:10AM

MARIA FILIPPOU-FRYE

EVENT INTRODUCTION

10:10AM-10:15AM

CAROLYN RODRIGUEZ

INTRODUCTION OF DR. KORAN

10:15AM-10:45AM

LORRIN KORAN

OCD TREATMENTS OLD AND NEW

10:45AM-11:00AM

LORRIN KORAN

AUDIENCE QUESTIONS

11:00AM-11:10AM

COFFEE BREAK

 

 

CHILDREN/ADOLESCENT TOPICS

11:10AM-11:20AM

MARGO THIENEMANN

EARLY ONSET CHILDHOOD OCD

11:20AM-11:30AM

JENNIFER FRANKOVICH

INFLAMMATION AND OCD

11:30AM-12:00PM

LUNCH
(provided by Stanford University School of Medicine Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences )

 

 

CURRENT AND NEXT-GENERATION TREATMENTS IN ADULTS

12:00PM-12:10PM

ANTHONY LOMBARDI

COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY

12:10PM-12:20PM

CAROLYN RODRIGUEZ

RAPID-ACTING TREATMENTS

12:20PM-12:30PM

NOLAN WILLIAMS

TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION

12:30PM-12:40PM

MAHENDRA BHATI

FOCUSED ULTRASOUND AND DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION

12:40PM-01:00PM

COFEE BREAK

1:00PM-02:00PM

 

PANEL: ADVANCED TREATMENT QUESTIONS

 

Co-Chairs: Alan Ringold and William Hewlett
Co-Panelists: Lorrin Koran, Margo Theinemann, Jenifer Frankovich, Anthony Lombardi, Carolyn Rodriguez, Nolan Williams, Mahendra Bhati, Anita Kishore

Daly City Support Group for October will not meet
Please come to the OCD Awareness Program at SF State on Oct 21st