("Not important" as I think this won't be of interest to nearly everyone. The fact that he shortens CFS to "Chronic Fatigue" makes me suspicious)
Human Resources: Upcoming Programs
New Frontiers in Treating and Managing Depression and Chronic Fatigue; February 18; noon1 p.m.; free. Depression and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome often coexist and have very similar symptoms. While millions of people suffer from one or both of these conditions, there are currently many new treatments being researched and developed. This workshop will teach you about the development of new antidepressant medications, including alternative treatments (like herbal therapy), the science of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and the neurobiology of depression. It will be led by Jay D. Amsterdam, professor of psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Depression Research Unit.