Zachary Kaminski

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University

Guest

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Research Interests: Biomarkers predictive of depression and suicide risk; Heterogeneity confounds in brain-derived epigenomic datasets; Suicide; postpartum depression; Major depression; Mood disorders; Epigenetic factors underlying psychiatric disease.

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Imagine being able to prevent just one of the roughly 40,000 suicides that happen every year in the US.

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Imagine being able to prevent just one of the roughly 40,000 suicides that happen every year in the US.

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