ACTSI Investigator Dr. Andrew Miller in the News

Andrew Miller, MD, ACTSI investigator, William P. Timmie Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University and Director of Psychiatric Oncology at the Winship Cancer Institute 

US News & World Report | USA Today | Study shows how stress triggers immune system
January 23, 2012

Emory New Center | Depression: Evolutionary byproduct of the ability to fight infection?
March 1, 2012

HealthDay News | MSN Health & Fitness | Yahoo! Health | Why stress might make you sick
April 2, 2012

Science Daily | Chronic fatigue syndrome patients had reduced activity in brain's 'reward center'
April 24, 2012

WAMC Radio | Evolutionary persistance of depression
May 10, 2012

Opposing Views | Does Depression Trigger Immune Activation in Body? 
July 11, 2012 

Psychiatry Online | Burgeoning field of study could impact psychiatry
August 3, 2012 

Lab Land | The Healing Spice: Curcumin
August 24, 2012 
  
Emory News Center | Targeting Inflammation to Treat Depression miller
September 4, 2012

Times of India | Science Blog | World Pharma News | Inflammation drug may help cure depression
September 4, 2012

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Emory research offers hope for depression
September 6, 2012

WABE | Emory study connects dots between inflammation and depression
September 10, 2012

The Atlantic | The evolutionary advantage of depression
October 2, 2012   

MedicalXpress.com | Uncovering the source of inflammatory malaise
October 22, 2012

WREK Radio | "Inside the Black Box"
October 24, 2012

Chico Enterprise Record | Stress might be good for you
January 27, 2013

MedPage Today | Depression may lower response to vaccine
February 15, 2013

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