SINAPPS Webinar Series: Inflammation and psychosis: an update
2nd June 202
Professor Belinda Lennox (University of Oxford, UK) presents Investigation of psychosis for autoimmune causes: who, what and how?
9th June 2020
Professor Alasdair Coles (University of Cambridge, UK) presents Does treatment of the autoimmune system affect psychosis? What we know we know and what we know we do not know.
23rd June 2020
Dr Thomas Kabir (The McPin Foundation, London) presents Taking part in research. What do you do when family and friends disagree?
10th July 2020
Professor Eileen Joyce (University College London, UK) presents The role of inflammation in first episode psychosis cognitive impairment
15th July 2020
Dr Mike Zandi (University College London, UK) presents Encephalitis and psychosis - lessons from encephalitis lethargica to COVID-19
21st July 2020
Professor Peter Jones (University of Cambridge, UK) presents Neurodevelopmental precursors of psychosis and their relevance to clinical practice
15th June 2021
Dr Jonathan Rogers (University College London, UK) presents Catatonia, infection and immunity
22nd June 2021
Dr Sarah Crisp (University of Cambridge, UK) presents Stiff people and their antibodies
30th June 2021
Dr Ester Coutinho (King's College London, UK) The patients who changed the field of autoimmune neurology
12 July 2021
Professor Angela Vincent (University of Oxford, UK) Maternal immunity and neurodevelopment: a neglected field?