The Strangest Disease: The Peculiar Past but Hopeful Future of Schizophrenia
Lecture by E. Fuller Torrey, M.D.
Wednesday November 4th 2015 6:00PM
This lecture will explore why schizophrenia has historically been regarded as a strange disease, a perception linked to changing understandings of the brain. This strangeness has affected how we think about schizophrenia's causes and how we treat those afflicted. As growing research in the neurosciences has identified schizophrenia as a disease of the brain, we are on the cusp of a new era in which science trumps strangeness, with promising possibilities for all.
Palmer Howard Amphitheatre
McIntyre Medical Sciences Building
The Public is cordially invited.
For further information call 514-398-6033