To kick-off the new SYNERGIES programme at Perron Institute, Principal investigator and brain-plasticity superstar Prof. Jennifer Rodger takes the PLEX-RPs through a brief overview of what she is researching and why.
Curieux de découvrir des recherches qui étudient le cerveau ? Curieux d’entendre les réflexions et questions de personnes concernées par des troubles
The Australian Mental Health Prize shines a light on the selfless work of individuals making a difference in the area of mental health.
COVID-19 and mental health: How one pandemic can reveal another The COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately affected individuals with mental disorders, and revealed fundamental flaws in how vulnerable persons are treated in the context of such crises. Joel Swendsen∗ National Center for Scientific Research, France
Psychiatrists vs Psychologists – Cecilia and Hasna discuss the importance of having these two professions work in close collaboration when seeking a balanced approach to treating PLEX
Once the tests have been carried out on vulnerable groups and the data cross-referenced with ongoing therapies, can we make any predictions concerning possible clinical developments on an individual basis?
The Botox based project in Bern comes to a sudden stop, due to lack of funding. Alexandre, one of the PLEX Research Partners involved, bemoans this lack of vision from funders but remains optimistic as the all important SYNERGIES programme soldiers-on elsewhere…
How do people living with psychosis experience the world differently? Chrysa reveals the differences observed between responses to manmade and natural sounds…