A Conversation Between Ellen Levine, Dr. Dolores Malaspina & Dr. Myrna Weissman
Join us for a luncheon featuring an intimate discussion between Ellen Levine, Editorial Director of Hearst Magazine, and expert scientists Dr. Dolores Malaspina of NYU Langone Medical Center and Dr. Myrna Weissman of Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons. Read more about them here.
“By engaging in this important conversation about mental illness, Ellen Levine, and Dr. Malaspina and Dr. Weissman will educate the public, raise awareness and, most importantly, help eliminate the stigma around illnesses such as schizophrenia and depression that keeps so many people suffering in silence instead of seeking help.” - Jeffrey Borenstein, M.D.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Reception: 11:00 a.m.
Luncheon: 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
METROPOLITAN CLUB NEW YORK
One East 60th Street
New York, NY 10022
Business attire: Jackets and ties required for gentlemen
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Ellen Levine is responsible for strengthening current titles, developing new titles domestically and internationally, and evaluating opportunities for brand extensions, books, and digital alternatives for Hearst. Levine made publishing history in October 1994 as the first woman to be named editor-in-chief of Good Housekeeping. She was instrumental in launching O, The Oprah Magazine in 1999 and Food Network Magazine in 2008. Prior to Hearst Magazines, Levine served as editor-in-chief of Redbook (1990 to 1994) and Woman’s Day (1982 to 1990). She is the author of numerous books and articles, and her work has appeared in many publications, including The New York Times.
Dolores Malaspina, M.D., M.S., MSPH
Anita & Joseph Steckler Professor of Psychiatry & Child Psychiatry
NYU Langone Medical Center
Dolores Malaspina applied to medical school with one aim–to understand the illness, schizophrenia, that afflicts her younger sister. Dr. Malaspina’s research has found that about a quarter of all people living with schizophrenia may owe their symptoms to spontaneous mutations in paternal sperm, and the older the father, the more likely his sperm is to carry such mutations. Still a practicing clinician, Dr. Malaspina also hosts a weekly “Psychiatry Show” on Sirius XM’s Doctor Radio and is a four-time Foundation Grantee including two Young, one Independent and one Distinguished Investigator Grant.
Myrna Weissman, Ph.D.
Diane Goldman Kemper Family Professor of Epidemiology in Psychiatry
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
Dr. Weissman’s research is focused on understanding the rates and risks of mood and anxiety disorders using methods of epidemiology, genetics, neuroimaging, and the application of these findings to develop and test observation-based treatments and preventive interventions. She directs a three-generation study of families at high and low risk for depression who have been clinically studied for over 30 years. Dr. Weissman is a member of the Foundation’s Scientific Council, a three-time Distinguished Investigator Grantee, and member of the National Academy of Sciences.