- Translational neurobiology using state-of-the-art genetic, molecular, and cellular technologies to investigate the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of severe mental illness, including depression, mania, autism, and psychosis;
- Perinatal mental health, including the iBerry cohort for diagnostic predictors and early-intervention treatments, OPPER study for postpartum psychosis, DAPPER study for pregnancy-related mental illness, and the National Center for Psychiatry and Pregnancy (LKPZ);
- Applied social and forensic psychiatry, in coordination with regional mental health care centers to address clinically-relevant questions in the field of public mental health;
- Medical psychology program to investigate the emotional response to disease and treatment, in order to improve patient-centered counselling and guidance.
July and August
The first meeting after summer is scheduled for Monday September 2nd at 12 h in CQ1, Dp-Building