Childhood adversity, the brain and psychosis

Location
Zoom - registration required
Dates
Monday 23 January 2023 (10:00-13:30)
Contact

Stacey Smith

All Speakers

Childhood adversity, the brain and psychosis

This webinar brings together experts from across Europe, Canada and Australia to address the challenge of childhood adversity and psychosis. Hear from those leading the vital research into biological and psychological mechanisms factors, as they discuss the currently clinical unmet need of individuals with psychosis.

The Panel

  • Prof Thomas Frodl - Uniklinik RWTH Aachen, Germany
    Childhood trauma, cognition and in individuals with psychosis
  • Prof Alice Egerton - King’s College London, UK
    Glutamate, clinical and functional outcomes in individuals with psychosis
  • Dr Maria Dauvermann - Institute for Mental Health, University of Birmingham, UK
    Childhood adversity, brain function and connectivity in individuals with early psychosis
  • Dr Dara Cannon - University of Galway, Ireland
    Structural connectivity, cognition and clinical symptoms in individuals with psychosis
  • Prof Rachel Upthegrove - Institute for Mental Health, University of Birmingham, UK
    The inflammatory basis of early psychosis
  • Dr Yann Quidé - University of New South Wales, Australia
    Interactions among childhood adversity, cognition, immune response and brain changes in individuals with psychosis
  • Prof Lena Palaniyappan - McGill University, Canada
    Glutamate, Glutathione and dysconnectivity in early psychosis

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