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Understanding Brain Disorders: Depression

(01:17:03) On March 23, 2011, The McGovern Institute partnered with Families for Depression Awareness, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people recognize and cope with depression, as part of an evening seminar series called, “Understanding Brain Disorders.” The seminar series is designed to encourage an open dialogue among scientific researchers, patients, their families, and others affected by diseases of the brain.

In this one-hour video, McGovern investigators John Gabrieli and Ki Goosens joined Julie Totten, President and Founder of Families for Depression Awareness, in a panel discussion about depression.  Following the formal presentation, the speakers opened the floor to discussion, taking questions and comments from the audience.

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