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Ian Kelleher, Centre for Clinical Brain Studies (CCBS), University of Edinburgh, presents as part of the Department Seminar Series. Hosted in the Seminar Room and on Zoom Meeting ID: 944 5734 2362 Passcode: 051588

Psychosis prediction and prevention is a major focus of psychiatric research. The current main approach to identifying people at risk of psychosis, however – the Clinical High Risk approach – captures only a very small proportion of all future psychosis cases. This talk will draw on new epidemiological and developmental neuroscience findings to discuss new approaches to identifying risk for severe mental illness – and new opportunities for psychosis prevention.