Nocturia and Heart Disease
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Dr. Yates focus at Laureate has been in clinical trials and scientific writing. His interests include mood disorders, substance use disorders and eating disorders. Currently he is overseeing studies involving novel treatments for alcoholism and MDD. The studies of MDD serve to facilitate and support recruitment of patients for imaging studies of MDD.
Research interests: Clinical trials, mental disorders the medically ill, mood disorders and substance dependence.
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