University of Louisville Depression Center

NNDC Board Members:

Allan Tasman, MD, DFAPA, FRCPsych
Jesse H. Wright, MD, PhD

The University has developed one of the nation’s first university-wide multidisciplinary depression centers, focusing on the underlying causes of mood disorders and developing new treatments to better target the causes of mood disorders. The University of Louisville Depression Center was founded in April of 2009.It conducts clinical services, research, and community and professional education, utilizing a multidisciplinary methodology. The center offers specific programs related to women’s mental health, the mental health of children and adolescents, geriatric care, substance abuse, and students. The mission of the University of Louisville Depression Center is to “serve as the major regional resource for the treatment of depression and bipolar disorder, research, and education.”

Louisville Depression Center Building Hope Community Presentation April 10, 2014 
Free and Open to the Public

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