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IMH Lunchtime Seminar - Dr Paul Stokes

Location
Old Gym LG10
Category
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Life and Environmental Sciences, Social Sciences
Dates
Monday 13th July 2020 (13:00-14:00)
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Contact

Please contact  imh@contacts.bham.ac.uk if you have any questions at all.

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We are pleased to invite you to the next instalment of our IMH Lunchtime Seminar Series on Monday 13 July 2020 led by Dr Paul Stokes.

Dr Paul Stokes  is a consultant psychiatrist with the National Affective Disorders Service at the Maudsley Hospital (a national specialist service for people with treatment resistant mood disorders) and is a specialist consultant psychiatric advisor in mood disorders for the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority. Dr Stokes joined the Centre for Affective Disorders in 2013 where his main research interest is to use neuroimaging to better understand the neurochemical brain mechanisms which mediate bipolar disorder and related co-morbid addictions. He is also very interested in the use of clinical trials and functional neuroimaging to assess treatments to improve mood and cognitive symptoms in mood disorders..

Dr Stokes was elected to the British Association for Psychopharmacology governing council in 2016, is the joint academic secretary for the Royal College of Psychiatrists General Adult Faculty. He is the Frontiers in Psychiatry Specialty Chief Editor for Affective Disorders Research. Dr Stokes is the Integrated Academic Training Lead for Psychiatry at King's College London and is also the NIHR CRN South London Lead for Mental Health.

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Drinks and refreshments will be provided and all welcome to attend.

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