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Translational Research: From Discovery to Impact
11/05/2022 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Please join us on 11 May 2022 to celebrate the innovative and exciting research taking place at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King’s.
This year, the IoPPN Research Festival will be covering the theme ‘Translational Research: From Discovery to Impact.’
With more than 20 five-minute talks on everything from anti-inflammatories in depression to male eating disorders, this online festival will also feature keynote talks by two world-class experts in their fields:
Louise Howard, Professor in Women’s Mental Health
Professor Peter Goadsby, Professor of Neurology
See below some of our speakers and talks at this event:
Dr Tim Powell Lithium, the elixir of youth?
Dr Valeria Parlatini The Maudsley CYPHER cohort study: understanding the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the mental health of children and young people with pre-existing mental health conditions
Dr Maria Antonietta Nettis Anti-inflammatories in Depression
Dr Charlotte Russell Understanding and ameliorating age-related memory changes
Dr Phil Holland New horizons in migraine therapy
Dr Una Foye Consider Male Eating Disorders: A Creative Approach to Improving Treatment in Primary Health Care for Men and Boys with Eating Disorders
Dr Ahmad Al Khleifat The identification of the clinical stage at which treatment is most effective in ALS
Dr Ewan Carr Passive transfer of fibromyalgia from patients to mice
Elka Giemza What is the CRF?
Dr Nicolaas Puts Sensory differences in Autism
Dr Rita Sousa-Nunes Cellular quiescence uncouples the proteome from the transcriptome
Dr David Andersson Passive transfer of fibromyalgia from patients to mice
Professor Cathryn Lewis Polygenic scores in mental health: prospects and pitfalls
Dr Paolo Deluca From ELIZA to PAHOLA, electronic interventions for harmful alcohol use
Dr Sandra Vieira Multimodal normative modelling in early psychosis
Dr Peter Hawkins Neuroimaging in clinical trials
Dr Ryan Patel The impact of descending pain modulation on spinal amplification mechanisms – from the rat dorsal horn to human psychophysics
Dr Emily Hird Open research: why do it?
(…with even more speakers still to be confirmed)
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