The Semel Institute at UCLA is pleased to present Psychiatry Grand Rounds, our weekly educational conference that brings you cutting-edge information about the clinical neurosciences, human behavior, and mental health care. The conferences are held in the West Auditorium at the Institute on the UCLA campus, and have been webcast online since 1996 with streaming video.

We hope you'll attend these programs in person whenever possible, and use the webcast and podcast editions to enhance your learning experience.
-- Ian A. Cook, MD, Course Director

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 January 2015
6 UPDATE ON SEXUAL ASSAULT REPORTING ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES: WHAT IS EXPECTED OF THOSE WHO TEACH OR PRACTICE AT UCLA?
Elizabeth Gong-Guy, Ph.D.
Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology
Executive Director, UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services
Department of Psychology
CME
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13 PHILIP MAY MEMORIAL LECTURE: PREDICTING AND TRACKING THE TRANSITION TO PSYCHOSIS IN CLINICAL HIGH RISK YOUTH
Dan Mathalon, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
University of California, San Francisco
CME
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20 Martin Luther King Holiday - NO GRAND ROUNDS
27 DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER SERIES:TREATMENT OF OPIOID USE DISORDERS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE POPULATIONS
Peter Friedmann, M.D.
Division of General Internal Medicine
Rhode Island Hospital
Director, Research Enhancement Award Program in Health Services Research and Development
Providence VA Medical Center
CME
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All Institute Grand Rounds are held in the Louis Jolyon West Auditorium (C8-183) in the Semel Institute building at 760 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles CA 90024 (Google Map), routinely on Tuesdays. Unless otherwise indicated, the presentation will begin at 11:00 AM, and coffee will be served in the auditorium foyer at 10:45.

Grand Rounds presentations are archived and available on this site. If a presentation has been archived, its title will appear as a hyperlink; if the title is not a hyperlink, then either it has not been archived yet or the speaker declined to permit webcasting.

For more information about our other educational programs, such as the UCLA Annual Review of Psychiatry in November please call the Office of Professional and Community Education at (310) 206-9299, or send email to