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Fairfield County Mini-Meeting: What’s New in Psychopharm, with Hassan Minhas MD

  • 27 Jan 2018
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • The home of Lois Fox

 FAIRFIELD COUNTY WINTER 

MINI –MEETING

What’s New in Psychopharm, 

with Hassan Minhas MD

 

Saturday, January 27, 2018 1 - 3 PM


 The home of Lois Fox: 

17 Woodcock Lane Westport, CT 06880


JOIN US FOR AN INFORMAL DISCUSSION WITH DR. MINHAS, ABOUT THE NEWEST TRENDS IN ADULT AND CHILD PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS. 

BRING YOUR QUESTIONS AND CLINICAL CASES.



Hassan M. Minhas MD is a psychiatrist with training in Adult Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and Forensic Psychiatry. He is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Currently Dr. Minhas is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Yale University School of Medicine, and is the director of the Outpatient Autism Center at the Hospital for Special Care. He also consults to the Walden Eating Disorder Unit in South Windsor CT, and provides services to hospitals affiliated with Eastern Connecticut Health Network (ECHN). He graduated medical school from Rawalpindi Medical College, then completed his residency at the renowned Brown University Program, and continued to do a two year fellowship in Pediatric Psychiatry. During his residency and fellowship Dr. Minhas worked at several hospitals including the free standing Butler Hospital, and at Bradley hospital – the first neuropsychiatric hospital for children in the U.S. During his training, Dr. Minhas worked on several projects on understanding the genetics of autism, and published and presented his findings on national forums. Following his clinical training, he continued a one year fellowship at Yale University in Law and Psychiatry. Dr. Minhas is an advocate for mental health services, and is deeply involved in advocacy, research, and international collaborations.




PLEASE RSVP:  Susanne Weil at smweil@yahoo.com


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