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Opportunities and Challenges in Psychiatric Neuroscience

04 October 2019 | 1 pm Tuesday | Faculty Club, University of Toronto
41 Willcocks Street, Toronto
Event Type: Journal Club
Presenter: Joshua Gordon, PhD.
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A special talk by Joshua Gordon, PhD,
Director of the National Institute of Mental Health, United States

Presented by CAMH's Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute...

Upcoming Schedule

24 September 2019 | 12 pm Tuesday | 250 College Street Site
Event Type: Journal Club
Presenter: Schedule Only

Presenters please submit your journal article 1 weeks prior to your presentation to Dr. Etienne Sibille and Keith Misquitta. For each presentation keep the following in mind when presenting:

1. Short introduction
2. Give a quick summary of the research group
3. Structure should include: Short rational, aims, hypothesis and more emphasis put on the data (relevant figures and tables)....

Amygdala ensembles encode behavioural states

20 August 2019 | 12 pm Tuesday | Room 163, 250 College Street
Event Type: Journal Club
Presenter: Keith Misquitta
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Internal states, including affective or homeostatic states, are important behavioural motivators. The amygdala regulates motivated behaviours, yet how distinct states are represented in amygdala circuits is unknown. ...

Mid-life microbiota crises: middle age is associated with pervasive neuroimmune alterations that are reversed by targeting the gut microbiome

02 June 2019 | 12 pm Tuesday | Room 163
Event Type: Journal Club
Presenter: Dr. Vivek Philip

Male middle age is a transitional period where many physiological and psychological changes occur leading to cognitive and behavioural alterations, and a deterioration of brain function...

Neuroinformatics Invitation to Raw Talk Live 2019: The Emerging Role of AI in Healthcare

07 May 2019 | 5 pm Tuesday | Mars Centre, West Tower, 661 University Ave, Suite 30
Event Type: Lab Meeting
Presenter: AI Experts (Panels)
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used in medicine. This has led to the development of cutting-edge treatments and diagnostic tools. However, a lack of understanding of AI often results in either misplaced distrust in its use, or disregard for potential limitations and ethical consequences. ...

Network Mechanisms of Clinical Response to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder

26 March 2019 | 12 pm Tuesday | Room 163
Event Type: Journal Club
Presenter: Dwight Newton
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Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy can modulate pathological neural network functional connectivity in major depressive disorder (MDD). Posttraumatic stress disorder is often comorbid with MDD...

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