The Department of Psychiatry is planning to hold a “PIs’ Day” to complement the Postgraduates’ and PhD students’ days of presentation and discussion, with which you will be familiar and which have been enormously useful in drawing together and informing members of the department.
The event will be held on Thursday 1st February 2018 at the Riley Auditorium, The Gillespie Centre, Clare College, and it will entail an array of presentations from PIs within the department, with all other members of the department being invited to attend.
If you would like to attend, please advise Tara Hayden email@example.com before the 25th January 2018.
08.30 – 08.55 Arrival and Tea/Coffee (Garden Room)
09.00 Ed Bullmore – Introduction
09.10 – 09.35 Petra Vertes
The Allen Brain Atlas: what six ‘healthy’ post-mortem brains can tell us about disease
09.35-10.00 John O’Brien
Studies in Lewy body dementia
10.00-10.25 Li Su
Early neuroimaging biomarkers for dementia: 20 years before symptoms start
10.25-11.00 Mid-morning Tea/Coffee (Garden Room)
11.00-11.25 Karen Ersche
Risk and Resilience in Stimulant Drug Addiction
11.25-11.50 Paul Wilkinson
Non-Suicidal Self-Injury – Does it Matter?
11.50-12.15 Barbara Sahakian
Cognition, motivation and their interaction
12.15-12.30 General discussion
12.30-13.30 Buffet Lunch (Garden Room)
13.30 – 13.55 Ed Bullmore
Mood and Inflammation
13.55-14.20 Valerie Voon
Defining substrates of neuromodulation in addictions: adventures of the Voon lab
14.20 -14.25 Graham Murray
Pathophysiology of psychotic symptoms
14.45-15.15 Afternoon Tea/Coffee (Garden Room)
15.15-15.40 Rudolf Cardinal
The spectrum of computational psychiatry
15.40-16.05 Simon Baron-Cohen
Autism: A multi-level approach
16.05-16.30 Hisham Ziauddeen
Psychiatry in Rare disease groups, Patient-public involvement and Outreach