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Schizophrenia Seminar Series

Fall 2015 | Spring 2016 
Wednesdays | 3 PM | Meyer 1-191 | The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Each lecture is preceded by a short presentation by a young scientist.

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Sept 2

Thomas Sedlak, MD, PhD

Short Talk: Xiuping Fu, PhD(Dr. Baraban's Lab)

(Host: Sawa)

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences JHU SOM

"Glutathione: a reservoir for synaptic glutamate - Implications for novel psychiatric treatment"
Oct 7

John Davis, M.D.

Short Talk:
Shanshan Zhu, Ph.D., Research Associate, (Dr. Ross’ Lab)

(Host: Pletnikov)

Professor of Psychiatry, Research Professor of Medicine
Dept. of Psychiatry
Univ. of Illinois at Chicago

“Treatment of schizophrenia: current issue and future possibilities"
Dec 2Ruben Gur, Ph.D.

Short Talk:
Ki-Jun Yoon, Research Fellow, Dept. of Neurology, (Dr. Hongjun Song lab)

(Host: Avramopoulos)

Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, Radiology & Neurology; Director, Brain Behavior Laboratory and the Center for Neuroimaging in Psychiatry,
Univ. of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Philadelphia VA Medical Center
"Clinical risk for psychosis in the general population: Lessons from the Philadelphia Neurodevelopmental Cohort"
Jan ***** no seminar ***** 

Feb 1
(Monday)

Location:
​Hurd Hall

Jeffrey Swanson, MA, PhD

Short Talk:          
Beth McGinty
Assistant Professor, JHSPH

(Host: Sedlak)

Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University School of Medicine"Thinking differently about mental illness, gun violence, and the law: Balancing risk and rights for effective policy"
Mar 2

Susan Amara, PhD

Short Talk:

(Host: Pletnikov)
  
Apr 6

Nenard Sestan, MD, PhD

Short Talk:

(Host: Kamiya)
  
May 4

Anil Malhotra, MD

Short Talk:

(Host: Avramopoulos)
  

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