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Andrea Niles
Postdoctoral Fellow at UCSF researching anxiety, mood disorders, emotion regulation, and physical health
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UCSF Psychiatry Jan 18
reading: Inflammation as a Predictor of Disease Course in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression: A Prospective Analysis from the Mind Your Heart Study -
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Yale Psychiatry Jan 9
Is excessive and obsessive exercising evidence of worse mental health? of in .
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Andrea Niles Jan 9
Interesting piece on writing quality and article impact.
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Anxiety and Depression Research Center at UCLA Jan 8
! A new study examining changes in neural connectivity following treatment for by a fantastic team of affiliated researchers, including Dr. Lily Brown, , , and . Check it out:
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Andrea Niles Jan 3
Great NYT article featuring work by !
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Andrea Niles Jan 3
Opportunity to work with the absolute best!
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Andrea Niles Jan 3
Thanks ! And thanks to PI Michelle Craske for the nomination!
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The Lancet Jan 3
What is an appropriate level of evidence for a intervention? Comment by
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Aoife O'Donovan Jan 2
Summary of our recent paper on depression, anxiety and physical health outcomes with ⁦
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Andrea Niles Jan 2
Thanks for nominating me ! So honored to be selected.
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Andrea Niles Dec 19
physical activity was more complicated because most of the sample did not exercise, whereas only 15% had anx/dep. So the samples were not as comparable and we didn’t compare them.
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Andrea Niles Dec 19
I can say that heavy alcohol use didn’t predict any medical condition, which is interesting. So anxiety and depression would be a stronger predictor for any outcome that it was associated with.
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UC San Francisco Dec 17
We know that smoking and obesity hurt your health, but a new psychiatry study shows and may be just as harmful.
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Catherine Mackay Dec 17
& high risk factors for physical health To our knowledge this first study directly compared anxiety & depression to obesity & smoking as prospective risk factors for disease onset in long term studies 🧠
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Aaron Fisher 24 May 18
If you'll be at in San Francisco, we have a fantastic symposium organized by on Personalizing CBT for Anxiety & Trauma. Friday, 9AM in Nob Hill 4–5. I'll be presenting data from my lab's recent open trial of personalized modular CBT for mood & anxiety.
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Columbia Psychiatry 1 Apr 18
Travel can have powerful mental health benefits. Here are 12 reasons why traveling might boost your mood.
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Dylan Gee 20 Oct 17
We're hiring a full-time RA in clinical dev psych/neuro ! Please RT & spread the word!
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Hillary Clinton 2 Oct 17
Replying to @HillaryClinton
The crowd fled at the sound of gunshots. Imagine the deaths if the shooter had a silencer, which the NRA wants to make easier to get.
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Elliot Berkman 8 Sep 17
Lewin the hamster wheel: my advice for at the start of this academic year.
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