Vet Fest a Success
The live music festival was a fun way to support our troops and raise money for their mental health care.
We are pleased to share our final newsletter of 2019 with you. It has been a busy year in the department, and we are working hard to share important updates with our alumni. This is such a busy time of year for all of us, but we wanted to take a few moments to provide you with some timely announcements and highlights.
Our strategic planning is ongoing; this year we are focusing on facilitating ways to better link our clinical and research missions. We are also proud to be ranked number one among the state of South Carolina’s medical facilities!
Each year, we enjoy sharing updates from a selection of our many top-notch training programs and invite you to meet some of our current trainees. While we expand our global outreach work, we are also working to further enrich our current programs and opportunities.
In the coming year, we will strive to provide you with additional highlights of our research, clinical and training activities. So much of this work is accomplished through key collaborations, both within and outside of the department as well as with other institutions. Support from alumni and friends like you represents the other critical collaboration that accelerates our progress. We are continually grateful for your interest and for your support.
Please stay connected as our department continues to provide outstanding clinical care, conduct quality research, and stand out as leaders training the future of mental health care.
Dr. Robert Layton
McCurdy and Dr. Thomas Lewis
Alumni Committee co-chairs
Keywords: Winter 2019