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Parade of Stars: celebrating staff and student research

Denmark Hill Campus, Main IoPPN Building, Wolfson Lecture Theatre
20/04/2016 (13:30-16:00)

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Parade of Stars: celebrating staff and student research
Wednesday 20 April 2016 13:30-16:00 Wolfson Lecture Theatre

The Research & Innovation Committee is responsible for an annual event that showcases and celebrates research at all levels across the IoPPN. This provides an opportunity for academics to highlight their work to colleagues, stimulate collaboration and celebrate research success. The Executive Dean and Chairs of the Research & Innovation Committee invite you to attend this event, which will include:

  • A showcase of exciting and innovative research areas
  • Five minute talks from researchers at all levels, from students to professors
  • Inspiring and facilitating networking and collaboration
  • Meeting the professional services that support our work
  • Presentation of Independent Researcher Awards
  • Celebrating research excellence at the IoPPN

The event will be followed by a networking wine reception and canapés.

Parade of Stars: celebrating staff and student research
13:30 Opening welcome
Executive Dean Prof Shitij Kapur and the Chairs of the Research & Innovation Committee Prof Thalia Eley & Prof Carmine Pariante
13:40 Presentation of the Independent Researcher Awards
13:45 Mrs Helen Cargill &
Mr David Crossinggum
Library Services support for the research community at King’s
13:50 Ms Kate Merritt The nature of glutamate dysfunction in psychosis
13:55 Dr Stephani Hatch Urban Mental Health: the South East London Community Health (SELCoH) study
14:00 Dr Michael Craig Altering connections on the road to antisocial behaviour
14:05 Dr Melanie Abas Psychological therapy to reduce depression and improve HIV outcomes in low-resource settings
14:10 Dr Rashmi Patel Text mining electronic health records to investigate clinical outcomes in psychotic disorders
14:15 Prof Annalisa Pastore How structural biology can contribute to the study of neurodegeneration
14:20 Dr Juliana Onwumere Connecting a global community of carers of people with psychosis
14:25 Prof Philip Asherson Three things not widely known about ADHD in adults
14:30 Dr Sian Oram Understanding the mental health needs of survivors of human trafficking
14:35 Mr Peter Hawkins Antipsychotics and structural brain changes: Is a single dose enough?
14:40 Coffee break
14:55 Dr Ying Chen IoPPN Research Support
15:00 Mr Nicholas Magill Addressing treatment contamination in the design and analysis of trials of complex interventions
15:05 Dr Kimberley Goldsmith Treat me better: how mediation analysis can be used to evaluate and refine treatments
15:10 Dr Anna Cattaneo Gene X Stress interaction: identification of novel candidate vulnerability genes by cross-species and cross tissues ‘omics analyses
15:15 Prof Dag Aarsland Dementia with Lewybodies: A common but under-researched and under-diagnosed form of dementia 
15:20 Dr Robert Hindges Wiring up the brain
15:25 Dr Toby Wood Subjects Wanted Dead or Alive: Ex-vivo and In-vivo Pre-clinical MRI
15:30 Ms Giorgia Michelini ADHD from childhood to adulthood: cognitive and neural markers
15:35 Dr Nicola Metrebian Using financial incentives to increase patient benefit in UK drug treatment settings
15:40 Dr Ruben Deogracias Orchestrating the assembly of neural circuitries in the cerebral cortex
15:45 Prof Peter McNaughton How do we know when it's warm or when it's cold?
15:50 Closing speech and thanks
16:00 Wine reception and canapés


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