Dr. Austin Perlmutter, of Big Bold Health on COVID, Depression and the Immune System

Please note, the views expressed in this presentation are of Dr. Austin Perlmutter and do not necessarily reflect the views of Mymee. The unprecedented spread of SARS-CoV-2 has created a global emphasis on the immune system and its role in…

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Please note, the views expressed in this presentation are of Dr. Austin Perlmutter and do not necessarily reflect the views of Mymee.

The unprecedented spread of SARS-CoV-2 has created a global emphasis on the immune system and its role in COVID-19 disease risk, outcomes and therapeutics. But we also understand that immunological alterations and perturbations have ripple effects far beyond infectious diseases. In particular, research highlights the overlap between mental health and immunological activation.

– How does COVID-19 provide a lens through which to better understand depression and immune-based therapeutics?
– What might the non-infectious effects of the virus represent as it relates to our mental health?
– How could lifestyle changes help to offset this risk?

In this talk, we’ll explore the history of the immune-mood interface, the relevance of COVID-19 in this discussion, and potential next steps to integrate this information into therapeutic strategies.

About Austin Perlmutter, MD
Austin Perlmutter is a board-certified internal medicine physician, New York Times bestselling author, educator, and consultant. He received his medical degree from the University of Miami and completed his internal medicine residency at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland Oregon.His focus is on helping identify and resolve the biological basis for “stuckness” in the body and brain, especially around decision-making. He hosts the Get The STUCK OUT podcast and is a co-producer of the Alzheimer’s, the Science of Prevention Docu-series. His writing is featured online on MedPage Today, Doximity, KevinMD, Medium, Psychology Today, MindBodyGreen, and DrPerlmutter.com, and his work connecting COVID-19 with immune-related depression appears in the peer-reviewed scientific literature.

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