UCLA and Zócalo Public Square to host panel about the global epidemic of depression in D.C.

August 20, 2019

UCLA and Zócalo Public Square will host a panel discussion in Washington, D.C. on September 11, 2019 titled, “Is Depression a 21st-Century Epidemic?”

Amy Ellis Nutt (former science writer for The Washington Post) will moderate a conversation focused on modernity’s role in the global epidemic of depression. Panelists include Shelli Avenevoli (deputy director of the National Institute of Mental Health) and UCLA Depression Grand Challenge (DGC) Executive Committee members Nelson Freimer (psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences professor and director of the DGC) and Michelle Craske (psychology and psychiatry professor and director of the Innovative Treatment Network within the DGC).

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For more details and to register for tickets, please visit the event page.