In September 2019, around 300 researchers, clinicians, students, partner organisations and service users gathered at the Royal College of Physicians in London for our conference: New technologies and mechanisms in mental health.
Here you can find a selection of the presentations given by NIHR Maudsley BRC-supported researchers on the day. We also took the opportunity of the conference to make a film about our work, which you can watch here.
How saliva can change our stories: an introduction to the largest genetic study of anxiety and depression
Gerome Breen, Thalia Eley and people with experience of depression and anxiety
Physical health risks and potential solutions in people with a diagnosis of psychosis
Developing ‘Compass: Navigating your long-term condition’, for treating distress in long-term conditions
Katrin Hulme, Joanna Hudson
Cannabidiol: a promising new treatment for prevention of psychosis
Immune biomarkers in psychiatry and their relevance for treatment strategies
Predicting treatment resistance in people with schizophrenia
Daniel Stahl, Deborah Agbedjro, James MacCabe
Genetic risk in the psychiatric clinic: progress and challenges
Evangelos Vassos, Cathryn Lewis
Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse - Central Nervous System (RADAR-CNS): preliminary findings
Katie White, Janice Weyer