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Depression in the 21st Century – Causes, Symptoms and Management (5pm GMT) - 2 December 2020

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Depression is one of the world's leading causes of mental and physical disability.

Join Professor Allan Young, from the world-leading Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King's College London, as he explores the very latest research into the causes, symptoms and treatments for depression and other mood disorders.

If you are studying/recently graduated in psychology, medicine, nursing, neuroscience, biomedical science or related field, and looking to work in the area of mental health, or you are already working as a psychiatrist or psychologist, or if you are simply interested in mental disorders and brain science, please join our webinar! You will have the chance to ask Professor Young questions at the end of the presentation.

About Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience at King's College London

The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's, is world renowned. We are ranked 2nd in the world for Psychiatry & Psychology (US News Global Best Universities 2020).

Study of the mind and human brain is one of the most exciting and important areas of advancing medical science, and making a difference is at the heart of what we do. Our world-leading research impacts and influences how we understand, prevent and treat mental illness and other conditions that affect the brain.

We offer a range of undergraduate, master's and PhD opportunities, welcoming students from all over the world to learn and train with the best in the field. Based on the same site as the world-famous Maudsley Hospital, our students benefit from outstanding clinical placement, research, networking and mentoring opportunities that prepare them for rewarding and life-changing careers.

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Allan Young

Allan Young

Vice Dean (Academic Psychiatry)


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2 December 2020

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