Postdoctoral Resident | Denu’s professional interests focus on anxiety, depression, eating concerns, life transitions, identity development, and emotional distress related to chronic or acute medical illness.
UHS is committed to a safe community
UHS is committed to a safe and respectful community
University Health Services is committed to promoting a safe and respectful UW-Madison campus community. Hate, racism and bigotry have no place on this campus. Click here to read the UHS Diversity and Inclusion Statement.
The criminal acts of hate targeted at Dejope Hall’s sacred fire circle on Indigenous Peoples’ Day are upsetting and offensive. We respect and honor the Native American community’s contributions to UW-Madison.
You may experience strong reactions to this incident which can impact your mental health or ability to cope. If you would like to talk to someone, UHS is here for you. Multiculturally-aware counseling is available. We’re dedicated to creating safe, healthy spaces for students to express their feelings and concerns.
If you need to talk, drop in to Mental Health Services Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can also or call our 24-hour crisis line at 608.265.5600 (option 9).
To report an incident of hate/bias on campus, click here. This reporting system is closely monitored and updated regularly.