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14th Paul Janssen Lecture

“Preventing Schizophrenia- easier than you think?”

This year's Paul Janssen Lecture took place in the Wolfson Lecture Theatre, Institute of Psychiatry on Wednesday 6th November 2013.

The speaker was Professor John McGrath from the Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland, Australia.

Professor Tony David acted as chair and the Vote of Thanks was provided by Professor Sir Robin Murray.

video of the event is available here

Audio Podcast:

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13th Paul Janssen Lecture

“Why can’t psychiatric genetics be more like neurology?”

 Wednesday 7th November 2012.

The event focused on psychiatric genetics and neurology, with Professor Tony David acting as chair and Vote of thanks provided by Professor Sir Robin Murray.

The speaker was Professor John Hardy, Head of Department of Molecular Neuroscience, Institute of Neurology UCL, who spoke about genetics of neurological and psychiatric disorders.

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9th Paul Janssen Lecture | Genes, the brain and schizophrenia

"What can genes tell us about the brain and schizophrenia"

This Paul Janssen lecture is looking at the involvement of genes on schizophrenia and the brain. This lecture will look at the work to characterize the neural effects of risk genes for schizophrenia, in order to find out more about the illness and identify new treatment targets.

Speakers

Professor Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg.

Dr. Meyer-Lindenberg studied medicine at Bonn (Germany) and Cornell University and did residencies in psychiatry and psychotherapy in Giessen (Germany) and in neurology in Bonn. He received his M.D. in 1991 and his Ph.D. (Habilitation) in 1999. He is board certified in psychiatry, psychotherapy and neurology. He also holds a Master's degree in pure and applied mathematics from the University of Hagen (Germany).

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