October 06, 2011
for Adolescent Research and Development at Mount Saint Mary College
will host a lecture, “The Use of Medication in Treating Adolescents
and Young Adults with Psychiatric Disorders,” on October 12 at 7
p.m. The free public event will be held in the Villa library on
campus, 330 Powell Avenue, Newburgh.
Dr. Randy Pardell (right), who was selected a Top Doctor in the
Hudson Valley by Hudson Valley magazine and who has also been
featured on Cablevision’s “Meet the Leaders” series, is the guest
Pardell established the TMS Center of the Hudson Valley and
Riverview Psychiatric Medicine, PC with the goal of providing the
highest quality psychiatric care addressing both physiological and
psychological aspects. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is
the latest technology used for treatment of resistant
A board-certified psychiatrist, he is a distinguished fellow of
the American Psychiatric Association. Pardell graduated from the
University of Pennsylvania, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and
the New York University School of Medicine with honors.
He completed, with distinction, the master in pharmacology
program sponsored by Neuroscience Education Institute. As a highly
regarded lecturer, Pardell has educated fellow physicians and
mental health clinicians on the latest pharmacologic and innovative
treatments of psychiatric disorders.
Mount Saint Mary College’s Center for Adolescent Research and
Development is a clearinghouse for research initiatives and also
assists in research-based program development for schools,
agencies, and families. The center was recently awarded a $5,000
grant from the Cestone Foundation to support the 2012 annual
conference on emerging adulthood.
Ranked a Top-Tier Regional University (North) by U.S. News &
World Report, Mount Saint Mary College offers strong career
preparation for health professions, education, business,
psychology, communication/media production and more.
Current events for prospective students are scheduled for
October 10 (instant decision for applicants with transcripts and
SAT/ACT), October 13 (adult degree information), and October 23
(open house). For information or to register, see www.msmc.edu
For information, contact Paul Schwartz, director, Center for
Adolescent Research and Development, at 845-569-3161 or