Mayo Clinic researchers are sharing their latest research findings and expertise this week at the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Meeting in San Francisco.
The meeting is also a good chance for our physicians to learn about the newest and best research and clinical therapies from other institutions across America.
Specifically, Mayo Clinic research findings and clinical experts will be presenting on topics including new treatments for children with ADHD, fighting depression with magnetic stimulation and finding biomarkers in the brain to better target therapies for children fighting depression.
Above, Mayo Clinic resident Chad Puffer, D.O. talks about his first year at the conference and what it’s like to be at a gathering of such great minds.