Psychiatry, Institute of

Psychiatry, Institute of

 

of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR; established in Moscow in 1944 and subsequently incorporated into the Academy of Medical Sciences.

Since 1962 the Institute of Psychiatry has engaged in research on the clinical and biological manifestations and treatment of schizophrenia. The institute includes four clinical departments specializing in childhood schizophrenias, schizophrenia in adults, senile schizophrenia, and outpatient treatment of the disease. In addition, the institute has an epidemiology department and a number of laboratories for research in pathopsychology, neurophysiology, general pathophysiology, experimental pathology, and pathomorphology of the brain.

The Institute of Psychiatry, is the Soviet Union’s leading scientific institution for the study of the principal mental diseases. It offers programs for graduate students and clinical resident physicians. Among the well-known Soviet psychiatrists who ave worked at the institute are V. A. Giliarovskii and E. A. Popov.

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