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Top 15 best art schools in New York, United States!

2023.03.24 06:04 Global_Tree_Careers Top 15 best art schools in New York, United States!

Top 15 best art schools in New York, United States!
When it comes to pursuing a career in the arts, attending a reputable art school can make all the difference. And if you're looking for the best art schools in New York, you're in luck because the city is home to some of the most prestigious art institutions in the world. From traditional fine arts programs to cutting-edge design schools, here are 15 of the best art schools in New York:
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1. Pratt Institute - Established in 1887, Pratt Institute is one of the oldest art schools in the country and offers a wide range of degree programs in areas such as architecture, fine arts, design, and communications.
2. School of Visual Arts (SVA) - Founded in 1947, SVA is known for its innovative programs in graphic design, advertising, and visual storytelling, as well as its strong fine arts curriculum.
3. Cooper Union - This tuition-free institution offers degrees in art, architecture, and engineering, and has a rich history of producing successful artists and designers.
4. Parsons School of Design - Part of The New School, Parsons is one of the most prestigious art and design schools in the world and offers programs in fashion design, graphic design, and more.
5. Columbia University School of the Arts - Columbia's School of the Arts offers MFA programs in film, writing, visual arts, and more, and is known for its rigorous curriculum and distinguished faculty. It is one of the top-notch universities in the USA that offers high-quality education.
6. New York Academy of Art - Founded in 1982, this institution focuses solely on the fine arts and offers programs in painting, sculpture, drawing, and more.
7. Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) - FIT is a top school for fashion design and offers programs in areas such as advertising and marketing, fashion merchandising, and textile design.
8. The Art Institute of New York City - Part of The Art Institutes system, this school offers degrees in graphic design, fashion design, and more, and is known for its hands-on, career-focused curriculum.
9. Tisch School of the Arts at NYU - Tisch is one of the top film schools to pursue the studies the in the USA in related fields like film and television, theater, and game design.
10. The New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture - This school focuses solely on the fine arts and offers intensive training in traditional techniques.
11. Hunter College - Hunter College's MFA program is highly competitive and offers concentrations in areas such as painting, sculpture, and photography.
12. Brooklyn College - Brooklyn College's MFA program is known for its emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration and offers concentrations in areas such as performance and interactive media.
13. Pratt Institute School of Architecture - Pratt's School of Architecture is highly regarded and offers programs in areas such as sustainable design and urban planning.
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14. SUNY Purchase College School of Art and Design - SUNY Purchase College offers programs in areas such as graphic design, painting, and sculpture, and is known for its diverse student body and supportive faculty.
15. Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning - Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell's art school offers a wide range of degree programs in areas such as architecture, fine arts, and city and regional planning.
Whether you're interested in fine arts, fashion design, or architecture, there's an art school in New York that can help you achieve your goals. With a rich history of producing successful artists and designers, these 15 institutions are some of the best art schools in the world, and offer a wide range of degree programs to suit every interest and skill level. So if you're looking to pursue a career in the arts, there's no better place to start than in New York.
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2023.03.24 00:59 RegionWonderful6684 NYU housing reservation legality

NYU requires students to send a " non-transferable/non-refundable $1,000 Housing Reservation Payment " to reserve housing. I paid this as it was due March 8th. Today, (March 23) I received an email that said "Our records indicate that you have confirmed your participation in a study away program for the Fall 2023 semester. Therefore, your NYU-NY housing application has been cancelled without penalty." But while not stated in the email, it seems that I cannot get back my $1000 deposit.
This seems really unfair because the study away decision came out way after the deposit deadline, so I had no way of knowing if I was going to be accepted. Additionally, they canceled my application without my permission. What is the legality concerning this situation? Is there any way to force them to give my "non-refundable" deposit back?
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2023.03.24 00:52 read-it-ter College decision season... sigh

Hey guys, so it's about that time when colleges are releasing their decisions. And many of you know, that means argument(s) at home. I'm kind of going through something right now, and I want to hear how you guys may handle it. I've tried asking other people, but they don't really understand the full extent of my parents' "Asian parent-ness."
So, in the fall I applied to around 10 SUNYs and CUNYs (state and city colleges in NY) as well as around 20 other T20's. My parents had been adamant that I stay in the city for college because of several reasons:
1) My brother went to a state college and came back as a minor drug distributor, and he could not find a job, as he graduated during the height of the pandemic
2) They're scared I won't be able to find a job in the city when I graduate
3) I'm a young Asian girl (which to them, translates to "naive", but I'm the one that pays all the bills, does groceries, cooks dinner every night, and fully taken the wheel on my education/career development)
4) It's going to cost a lot more. (However, many colleges, since they are mainly T20's, have given me close to full-ride scholarships, so that would be an invalid argument)
I recently got into Williams and Middlebury, and my parents were not at all impressed or happy, about the competitiveness of either school, or the financial aid packages. They kept asking about NYU and Columbia, and it's been very tense at home these days. They keep bringing up how one of their friend's kids go to NYU for free, in fact, they're even getting money back. That's absurd, if you know anything about NYU. So not only do they expect me to get into NYU and Columbia, they also demand that I go there for free.
They do not listen to facts or reason, and I've spoken to my counselor at school about this. I want her to call them and talk about it. But I know that they'll maintain face while on the call, but then scream and freak out when I get home. I know I want to leave the city for school, and I know that I am mature and independent enough to manage my own career right now. But I don't know how to do this without getting into a huge fight when they might threaten to kick me out or cut me off.
I'm still waiting on around 11 more decisions. I'm sorry that this was so long. Any sort of comment or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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2023.03.23 21:14 LeperGirl Can't afford a kid? That's fine! Philly will give you a grand a month for 18 months. You and yer kid are screwed after that, though.

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2023.03.21 04:48 Wayflo FTM/N Top Surgery, Radical Reduction

Hey everyone! Just thought that I should share my top surgery experience with the community!! :) Specifically the Anchor-T method ( Inverted-T, Radical Reduction). There aren't many post in this procedure!
My surgery took place in, New York (NYU Langone) with, Dr. Alexes Hazen. The experience was AMAZING! I love my results!! To give context, I started out with a size DD 34 and was completely hopeless that my only option would be to have a double incision. I thought that was what I wanted for years, but I became patient in my transition after my first top surgery appointment was CANCELLED. This was during covid and allowed me the time for growth and healing.
Later on, I found out that this wasn't what I wanted and I wasn't willing to give up my sensitivity. My surgeon was going to be Dr. Bluebond-langer. Her technique is great but she wasn't righr for me in the end. I searched months for other surgeons and different ways that I can have top surgery. That's when I found out about a radical reduction. I'm going to be completely honest, they do leave a little bit of breast tissue behind. Factors that contribute to how small a willing surgeon can get you depends on the width and shape of your size. People with the same cup sizes can have different outcomes. I cannot stress it enough to, KEEP THIS IN MIND!!
I was crushed and absolutely devastated upon finding out that my chest wouldn't look the same as another user that I used as a reference (with permission). We were the same size too. Please take your time and make a list of what exactly you want out of this surgery. DO NOT compare your body to other people!! This was a valuable lesson I had to learn!! It forced me to get rid of old cis-het expectations for how trans bodies should look. I also learned that I prioritized nipple sensitivity (which isn't guaranteed, take time to decide if you want to take that risk. Don't rush!), flatness, evenness, areola size, and the last thing was most shocking to me... Male chest reconstruction. Despite years of making this my ultimate goal, I let it go and accepted the capabilities of what my body can do and decided to work with it. What also helped was knowing that people who are amab have breast tissue. Sure it's not as developed, but why am I beating myself up for it?
My chest are nothing like how thet looked before, they're significantly smallr and flatter. It's close to an A-small B. They'll get smaller after the swelling goes down as well, so in the end I made the best decision for me and my goals. It was 💯 WORTH IT!
Right now I am only a few hours post-op (started at 8:00 AM, 3/20/2023). Recovery is going well and the pain is minor, keep in mind that everyone's body is different so be patient with yourself, no matter which surgery method you decide on! I will post some pictures a little later. The pictures included are pre-op, to the morning of when they marked me, and a post-op pic as soon as I got home.
My insurance covered my surgery too (Amida Care). It's a special needs plan for Transgender and people living with HIV, THEY WILL CATER TO YOU AND YOUR NEEDS!! If you can, try to apply for it!
I will keep you updated, hope this post was helpfu! 😄
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2023.03.21 03:03 Static_Bat 4 mo Post-Op with Dr. Weichman @ NYU Langone

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2023.03.20 23:51 bruhmoment1602 Help with School List and Chances for T20

Hi everyone! I'm applying this upcoming cycle and wanted some opinions on my school list including schools that you would recommend adding or removing from my current list. In addition, I have been very worried that my ECs are lackluster for T20 schools so I wondering your opinions on my chances (I know its a crapshoot for anyone).
State: NY College: T20/Ivy GPA: 4.0 MCAT: 522 (132/127/132/131) ORM No gap year
Clinical Experience(paid and unpaid): 100 hours volunteering in the ER department. Started a scribe position last year and will have around 200 hours before applying which I will continue during the application process.
Non-Clinical Volunteering: 200 hours volunteering at an understaffed local nursing home assisting the recreation office. I would help plan/run activities, transport residents around the building, and keep residents company.
Research: Around 800 hours working in a structural biology lab. Sadly I have not had the opportunity to do a poster presentation or publication. Many of the proteins I have tried working with end up not being a good candidate for structural studies (and if you know how time consuming structural biology is you can understand why I haven't had a postepublication with that many hours). I also have around 100 hours assisting a neurologist with her research. I wrote an abstract on a case study that was accepted to be presented at a national conference for neurologists (essentially a poster presentation). After the conference the neurologist said it would also be published.
Other Activities: Due to COVID it was very hard to find anything clinical to do during 2021. A teacher reached out to me from my elementary school and asked to lead a tutoring program for students who fell behind due to COVID. I completed around 100 hours of tutoring during the summer. More importantly I have A LOT of TA experience across multiple subjects. I have around 150 TAing for General Chemistry where I helped run office hours (which 150 students would show up to) and participated in a 1-on-1 tutoring program for students who did poorly on the first exam. I will have 300 hours of TA experience in genetics where I helped run genetics lab sections and held office hours. Finally, I will have an additional 150 hours of TA experience in biochemistry. Here I helped administer and grade quizzes and run office hours while helping maintain the study center associated with the course since it was auto-tutorial. Finally I have participated in a lot of advocacy regarding a rare neurological disorder that my family and I have. It is often misdiagnosed, there is no cure, and there is little treatment. It is even hard to find doctors knowledgeable on it (if you want to hear more feel free to PM). Essentially, in college I spoke to around 200 physical therapy students at a local university regarding the disorder (since physical therapy is the main treatment available). I also created an educational video about my experience that, to my knowledge, is still being used to teach students. In high school, although I can't include this in my application, I did a similar thing where I was able to speak to medical students at that same university regarding misdiagnosis, symptoms, and my own experience.
Shadowing: 40 hours shadowing a neurologist and 45 hours shadowing a primary care physician
School List: Boston University, Columbia, Hofstra, Duke, Harvard, Mt. Sinai, Johns Hopkins, UCLA, USC, UCSF, Stanford, Mayo Clinic, Northwestern, NYU, UPenn, Stonybrook, UChicago, UMichigan, URochester, UVA, Vanderbilt, WashU, Cornell, Yale, Emory, Brown, Case Western, SUNY Buffalo, Albert Einstein, Kaiser
Edit: I just want to add this school list was largely made by my premed advisor. Originally the list ONLY had T30… all the other schools were added by me. It made no sense to me and seemed like a problem in the making which is why I’m asking for help.
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2023.03.20 21:18 whatsupdawwg school list help<3 515/3.99/ORM

hellooo i would appreciate it if i could have some advice on my school list, ie. what’s out of reach vs. reasonable since I don’t have any crazy X factor!
-Texas residency, Colorado ties
-ORM (white lady)
-Non prestigious undergrad, big state school
-MCAT: 515 (128/127/128/132)
-cGPA and sGPA: 3.99
-Major: Neuroscience
-Clinical: >1000 hours (CNA)
-Research: ~800 hours (across 2 labs, did an intensive summer internship resulting in 1 poster and hopefully 1 2nd author pub by May)
-Shadowing: 50 hours (various specialties)
-Volunteer: >150 hours (homeless center, and just started at a day center for kids with developmental disabilities)
-Leadership: 100 hours (was the new member educator for my sorority)
-Study abroad: was in the Netherlands for a semester
-Mentor and tutor for neuroscience students, 75 hours
-Hobbies: Cycling
*I’ll be taking a gap year during the application cycle so I’ll have projected hours in addition to those above
School list:
UT Dell
UTMB
McGovern
UTSW
UT Long
Baylor
TCU
Drexel
Geisel
Kaiser
NYU Long Island
UMiami
Colorado
Brown
Pittsburg
Wake Forest
Tufts
Stanford
NY Medical College
USC
Albert Einstein
Duke
Thomas Jefferson
Icahn
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2023.03.19 16:12 Slynn0104 Clinics- weighing options

After 2 very disappointing rounds with RMA IVF I am between a few various clinics in the NY area (guess I’ll have to travel a bit!) -NYU Langone Fertility -Cornell Fertility -CCRM -Kofinas
Please share your experiences (the good, the bad and the ugly!) If you have specific recommendations, I’m all ears. RMA barely did any testing prior to IVF and after only 3 embryos created (2 euploid that resulted in MC) I am DEFINITELY making a switch
Thank you group ❤️
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2023.03.19 15:45 Educational_Bunch672 test results ANA + DSDNA

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2023.03.18 20:53 WorkingCapital5 Profile Review: 27M, 2 or more races, CPA, Big 4 FDD, targeting IB, Fall 2024 Admission

Hello,
Getting a head start on my apps for R1 of next year and wanted to see what was realistic for me based on my work experience/other stats.
Demos: 27, Male, 2 or more races (each ORM)
Academic Stats: Bachelor's in Accounting - 3.9 GPA, University regularly in the top 30. Transferred early from a community college where I had a 4.0.
Testing: GMAT first attempt 690 (43Q, 41V), second attempt 700 (49Q/36V). Practice tests were ~730 average. Should I try to take it a 3rd time to make my profile more appealing to M7?
Work Experience: Two years at B4 in audit/assurance (expected promotion to senior, high performer), and 2 years in financial due diligence (3 years by matriculation, expecting early promotion to manager)
Extracurriculars: (Probably the weakest part of my app) Captain/organizer of firm sponsored athletic team. Alumni mentospeaker for a business club at the community college I attended. Involved in on campus recruiting for firm.
MBA Goals: Short Term - I have enjoyed M&A and deals based on my experience in FDD. Would like to gain more exposure to the whole transaction lifecycle (not just diligence) by pursuing investment banking.
Long Term - Head of corporate development/CFO in industry.
Target Schools: UCLA (not sure which others would fit this category). Would also like Columbia, NYU to be target schools, but I'm sure this would require a higher GMAT.
Reach Schools: Harvard, Wharton, Booth
I am open to moving for school, but would like to work full-time on the west coast. Have a long-term significant other whose career would require a decently sized city (think LA, NY, SF, Chicago, etc) for employment.
Other Questions: Should I retake the GMAT? I'm feeling pretty discouraged my official scores were 30+ points lower than my practice exams. Also, are there any other schools that I should target? Not too interested in Cornell given my significant other's career.
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2023.03.18 20:26 CityLifeOrg City Life Org - Kairos Italy Theater in association with KIT Italia and Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò at NYU present In Scena! Italian Theater Festival NY 2023

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2023.03.18 17:49 venusflytrqp Latina with mid-EC’s and SAT optional gets Hopkins waitlist and other acceptances!!!

Demographics
Intended Major(s): Comp. Neuro, Neuroscience, Human Biology
Academics
Standardized Testing
List the highest scores earned and all scores that were reported.
Extracurriculars/Activities
List all extracurricular involvements, including leadership roles, time commitments, major achievements, etc.
  1. President of Culture honors society: raised funds for scholarships for senior class, hosted annual culture nights both junior and senior year, President position
  2. Editor in school newspaper
  3. National Science Honors Society: Did beach clean ups, raised funds, etc.
  4. EMT start-up training
  5. Math Honors Society
  6. Student activism club
  7. Student grade advisory
  8. Job at an ice cream parlor
Awards/Honors
List all awards and honors submitted on your application.
  1. HSF Scholar
  2. NHS/NJHS
  3. AP Capstone Diploma
  4. AP Scholar with Distinction
  5. Honors List
Letters of Recommendation
(Briefly describe relationships with your recommenders and estimated rating.)
Interviews
(Briefly reflect on interview experiences, if applicable.)
Essays
Decisions (indicate ED/EA/REA/SCEA/RD)
Acceptances:
Waitlists:
Rejections:
Awaiting:
Additional Information:
My GPA kind of dropped due to some mental health crises I had this year, but overall I’ve tried my best with what I could throughout my high school career. I think my essays definitely carried me a bit, but overall I’m pretty happy with my decisions so far! I’m between waiting out for Hopkins or going to stony but I’m going to give it a few more weeks to wait out for Stanford.
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2023.03.18 17:04 SnooTigers7558 School list 2024 cycle advice

Hi, I need just general feedback on my school list - if there any i should just totally take off or schools that would be helpful to add. I plan on applying MD and DO but for DO the only schools I def want to apply to are PCOM and PCOM GA. I'm mostly looking on feedback on my MD list. I have some that are def reaches like UCSF/Brown but those are for the heck of it. I'm not opposed to applying to more. I know my GPA is on the lower side
female BME major, GA resident, ORM, Not disadvantaged. graduated Dec 22
Cumm Gpa: 3.7, BCPM, 3.6 MCAT: 517. I went to engineering-focused school
Experiences:
Scribe at Children's ER: 1000 hours (ongoing)
Hospital volunteering: 100 hours (ongoing)
BME Student advisory board ( 3 years, was chair my final year): work with faculty and students to make changes in the department
Social media chair for health and well-being committee in student government for 2 semesters
Crisis text line: 250 hours (ongoing)
Shadowing: 30 hours (Pediatric Endocrinology)
Food kitchen volunteering: 30 hours (this was like one hour a week here and there)
TA for intro BME design course for one semester
Neuroengineering research lab (ongoing) - 3 years, 1 poster, working on publication at the moment. (2000+ hours). I also won the undergraduate research award to get paid for one sem)
Paid engineering internship working at stroke device startup for one semester (worked directly with stroke patients in acclimating them to the device) - 6 months
This is a general overview of me, TIA!
School list:
Emory
Medical college of georgia
Mercer
Morehouse
Albert Einstein
Hofstra
George Washington
Temple
U of Miami
U of Pitt
Western Michigan
Carle Illinois
Eastern Virginia
Indiana
NOVA MD
OSU
SUNY downstate
UCSF
UMich
UNC
UVA
WF
VCU
Kaiser
Mt sinai
Brown
Case western
NYU LI
NY Medical College
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2023.03.17 23:52 manateefourmation In hospital - CT Scan shows Acute pan colitis

I was first diagnosed with mild to moderate ulcerative proctitis - lower 20 cm - about 25 years ago. I have had colonoscopies every other year since, my last in Feb. 2020. Each time, same diagnosis. I’ve been treated with mesalamine, going from 2.4 to 4.8 grams depending if I was active or in remission.
Fast forward to Tuesday night this week, when I started non-stop runs to the bath room with loose stool. Wednesday the same with massive cramping. Thursday morning I had just pure loose red blood. I spoke to my GI who suggested I go to NYU Langone (I’m in NYC) because they have one of the best IBD departments and he suspected given the symptoms this might be an infection and not my typical colitis.
That was yesterday. Late yesterday, they took blood, a stool sample and performed a CT Scan with contrast. The bloodwork came back normal except for a high sed rate and inflammatory markers. Nothing I hadn’t seen before. I actually was feeling better by the afternoon. Pain was gone and not running.
The stool sample came back negative for a panel of tested bacterial and viral infections. And then come the CT Scan with showed findings consistent with “acute moderate to severe pan colitis.”
I was admitted he have been started on IV steroids. Just ending my first day of them. Tomorrow they are doing a sigmoidoscopy which they claim they will get through my transverse colon. They said a sigmoid is protocol and not a colonoscopy - which seems a bit strange.
Today, one of the senior attending physicians in the IBD team came to talk to me and said that they will do 3 days of steroids and if that doesn’t work, they will keep me hear and do about a week of twice a day remicade infusions. If that doesn’t work, “worst case is colectomy.” She casually talked colectomy like it’s a near term option.
I feel fine. I have no fever. No fatigue. I truly feel like I could work out. But this CT Scan sounds dire. And the attending’s words were worse. I’m freaking out to say the least.
Thoughts. Thank you!
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2023.03.17 22:40 Tyquandrius1 Chance me for Northeastern, NYU cs transfer

Currently a freshman at RPI studying cs
Ethnicity:White (Romanian)
Country:USA
State:NY
High school gpa: 95.something%, no actual gpa out of 4.0
College gpa: 3.83, but after this semester it may be somewhere between that and like 3.75ish absolute worst case
SAT: 1540 (780 math, 760 English)
No hooks or anything special, but my parents are both immigrants from Romania if that helps
APs: 5 on CSA, Calc bc, physics 2, us history 4 on micro, macro, Spanish, world history, physics 1
College ECS (All done this semester, I didn't do any last semester due to getting used to college):
High school ECS:
Awards and honors: - Rpi dean's list fall 2022
Rec letters: - just one from my high school physics teacher that I had for 2 years (it's kinda hard to get rec letters in college rn cuz most of my classes are hella big)
Additional stuff: - My super old grandmother lives with us at home so covid was insanely stressful for me (idk if this is relevant though might just not include it)
PLEASE lmk if I have a shot at getting into northeastern and NYU for computer science. northeastern is like my dream school and I've been praying od to get in... I got deferred then waitlisted and then rejected last year if that helps at all. Also I never took an English course cuz rpi doesn't require it, and northeastern has it as a recommended course for cs transfers, but I've talked to people who have gotten in never having gotten credit for calc 1 so I think it's probably not a huge deal. I have been stressing about this for hella long cuz I hate rpi and I don't wanna go here anymore ☹️☹️. Any input is greatly appreciated
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2023.03.17 21:14 Depression_studies Paid Depression Research Study in NYC @ NYU Langone

Suffering from Depression? Help us find new treatments!
What is SGLT2-MDD?
This is an in-person research study that aims to understand the effect of empagliflozin, a medication part of the class of sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors, in depression. Since this medication simulates the metabolic effects of the “ketogenic diet,” which some studies suggest improves mood, this study will also help us understand how problems with mood might relate to how the brain uses energy.
You may be eligible if:
If you are interested, please email [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) with your name and phone number! Our study team will give you a call with more information.
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2023.03.17 19:14 Depression_studies Depression Research Study SGLT2-MDD @ NYU Langone

Suffering from Depression? Help us find new treatments!
What is SGLT2-MDD?
This is an in-person research study that aims to understand the effect of empagliflozin, a medication part of the class of sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors, in depression. Since this medication simulates the metabolic effects of the “ketogenic diet,” which some studies suggest improves mood, this study will also help us understand how problems with mood might relate to how the brain uses energy.
You may be eligible if:
If you are interested, please email [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) with your name and phone number! Our study team will give you a call with more information.
This post is reviewed and approved by manhattan MOD team.
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2023.03.17 18:33 PrimeJedi Been trying to get treatment for over a year, they either don't treat adults or don't accept my insurance. help I'm close to losing my career :(

I'm a 19 year old composer, and it's what I absolutely love to do the most. But I just have not been able to work at even half of what I need to be doing. I've dealt with adhd all my life, but its been getting worse and worse as I've gotten older.
I saw a psychiatrist and a therapist through an app called Amwell (I did it online as I'm on chemotherapy, and it was during the pandemic so it was very dangerous), and they both screened me, and I was diagnosed with ADHD combined type. My psychiatrist said he thought a stimulant would be life changing, but he can't presribe controlled substances as he's online.
I saw my primary care doctor through NYU langone (NYC), and she said "I usually don't prescribe medication" so she referred me to a phone number to call. Which is alright, but the number I called said they didn't even do ADHD treatment. Then THAT number gave me like 4 different numbers, all of which I called, and all of which either don't accept my insurance (Cigna), or said they treat pediatric adhd but not adult adhd for some reason
And take into account this is all very hard to keep up with as even the most basic tasks take me a long time now. It can take an hour+ just for me to get basic food or go walk my dog.
I messaged my old neurologist to help me find a doctor to do neurocognitive testing, and it's been days without a response. And she's like the 3rd or 4th person who's promised to get back to me with a referral and never responded.
Does anyone know where tf I can get treatment? I can't go to a place without insurance unless it's very cheap, as I'm already practically broke paying for chemo treatment. I'm so damn close to losing my career that I've worked for since I was 14, I feel freaking broken and like giving up.
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2023.03.17 15:31 NYUMBSR2023 Subjects needed for a study on treatment of anxiety

Do you worry a lot?
You may be eligible to participate in a study conducted by the Anxiety,
Stress, and Prolonged Grief Program at NYU Langone Health.
Eligible participants with Generalized Anxiety Disorder will be
randomized to an 8-week group intervention of Mindfulness-Based
Stress Reduction (MBSR) or stress education classes. Participation in
this study requires 10 study visits over 13-14 weeks plus one 3-month
follow up assessment as well as 8 or 9 MBSR or stress education
classes.
Participants will receive compensation for their time.
If you are a right-handed person, between the ages of 18-50, and are
interested in this study, please contact:
[[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) or 1-888-44-WORRY
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