The IoPPN Research Festival 2021 ‘Across the Lifespan’ celebrates the innovative and exciting research taking place at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King's.
The full programme for this year's event can be found here.
Watch the recording.
Full line-up of speakers and topics:
Professor Grainne McAlonan Autism across all ages: What does a vulnerable brain look like? Can we shift biology?
Joyce Peters Why Diversity and Inclusion is a topic for everyone
Dr Tom McAdams Intergenerational Genetic Research: How it Has—and Will—Shed Light on the Causes of Psychopathology
Professor John Marsden Cocaine Addiction: mental imagery and craving control
Dr Tatiana Salisbury Improving mental health: when expertise is not enough
Dr Matthew Grubb Getting nosey about brain repair
Dr Rali Dimitrova Characterising heterogeneity in the developing neonatal brain
Curie Kim (3-minute thesis finalist) The positive impact of intermittent fasting on memory and the brain
Dr Katherine Young Anxiety and Depression during the COVID-19 pandemic
Dr Chris Albertyn Dementia research in a digital age – the role of Artificial Intelligence
Professor Terrie Moffitt Surprises about psychopathology revealed by following 1000 people for four decades
Dr Rosalyn Moran Pushing Beliefs, Neuromodulators and Computational Psychiatry
Dr Gemma Modinos Neurobiology of psychosis risk: From mechanistic to big data approaches
Professor Gerome Breen Anorexia nervosa is both a psychiatric and metabolic disorder
Dr Maria Elisa Serrano Navacerrada Imaging brain synaptic density across the lifespan: from normal to pathological
Dr Virginia Carter Leno Associations Between Theory of Mind and Conduct Problems in Autistic and Non-Autistic Youth
Dr Sam Cooke Distinguishing the novel from the familiar: cortical plasticity across the lifespan
Lucy Chester (3-minute thesis finalist) Cannabis and psychosis
Dr June Brown Offering Accessible Early Interventions for Depression and Anxiety across the lifespan
Dr Lauren Carson The eLIXIR Partnership
Dr Petra Proitsi Deciphering the role of blood metabolites in midlife cognitive function and Alzheimer’s disease