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Research Festival


The IoPPN Research Festival is annual event showcasing the innovative and exciting research taking place at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King's. Alongside more than 20 five-minute talks from researchers at all levels from student to professor, as well as the professional services staff who support IoPPN’s work, the event celebrates excellence, inclusivity and collaboration.

Run by the Research and Innovation Committee at the IoPPN, each year features a broad overall theme. Each event is recorded, and below you can find talks and programmes outlining speakers and their topic.

This year, the festival is celebrating it's 10th year, and will be themed '10th Edition: Looking back to look forward'. The event will take place on Wednesday 17 May 2023 between 2 - 5.30pm. 

This year's festival will feature three keynote talks from Professor Oscar MarínProfessor Janet Treasure and Professor Sir Robin Murray, alongside several five-minute talks from researchers at all levels from the student to the professor. 

Register for the event here.

The 2022 festival theme was 'Translational Research: From Discovery to Impact' and is taking place on Wednesday 11 May. You can find a programme for this year's festival here.

If you have any questions about the research festival, contact us