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On May 13, 2004, Gerald Klee, MD was honored, Dr. Steven Daviss became the President, and Dr. Carolyn Robinowitz spoke about "Psychiatry for the 21st Century: Great Expectations.” The dinner, held at the Overhills Mansion in Catonsville, was attended by 73 members and guests.
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  Gary Wand, MD, Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry at JHU, is the Director of Neuroendocrine Services in the department of Medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His research team studies the neurobiology of alcohol dependence. The research group is particularly interested in elucidating the genes that govern enhanced stress responsivity as well as understanding how stress hormones affect Mesolimbic dopamine release and drug reinforcement. 
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  . On October 4, 2003, the MPS and the Maryland Foundation for Psychiatry sponsored a scientific meeting at Goucher College in Towson centering on a play–-’Night, Mother--and discussions about its theme of suicide. A total of 412 people attended the evening’s activities.
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  Due to a $60 million deficit facing the Mental Hygiene Administration (MHA), public mental health services (PMHS) are being cut in January. Rates for Residential Rehabilitation Programs (RRP’s) and Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs (PRP’s) will be cut by 10%, and plans for cuts in outpatient services are being finalized.
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  Research News from Johns Hopkins Neuropsychiatry: Immune-Mediated Depression and Cognitive Impairment in Transverse Myelitis and Multiple Sclerosis
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  When The Art of Serenity arrived, unbidden, in the mail early last year, I was puzzled. I hadn’t ordered it, and it didn’t look like a book I would buy. The glib promise of a joyful life, right there on its sky-blue cover, provoked my involuntary snob response towards books of the self-help ilk. Still, I amused myself with the whimsical notion that it had been “sent” to me. After all, who doesn’t long for a bit of serenity these days, and hadn’t I been recently pondering the role of religion in my own life?
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