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  • PERL at FENS Brain Conference, Copenhagen

    Quite a few of the lab recently attended The Brain Conference on "New Insights into Psychiatric Disorders through Computational, Biological and Developmental Approaches", which was organised by FENS and held in Copenhagen 25-28 September 2016.

  • Congratulations Dr Charlotte Cooper!

    Charlotte successfully defended her DPhil thesis on 3rd August 2016. Michael Browning and Carmine Pariante were her examiners and they recommended that she be awarded a DPhil with no corrections to her thesis.

  • PERL in Brighton at BAP 2016

    There was a great turnout from PERL at the British Association of Psychopharmacology in Brighton this year.

  • Fun at Oxfordshire Science Festival

    PERL spent the weekend at Oxfordshire Science Festival talking to people about our research and how the recognition of facial expressions can be used as a marker of antidepressant effects. We had an interactive task where people could guess the expression of faces using handheld button boxes. It was great to talk to so many children and adults about the work that we do.

  • Congratulations Matthew Warren and Maria Ironside!

    Congratulations to Maria and Matthew who have both had successful DPhil vivas recently. We wish them well as they move on to their next adventures. Maria will be moving to Boston to take up a a postdoc position with Diego Pizzagalli. Matthew has already started work as Press Officer at Oxitec.

  • PERL at SOBP 2016

    Quite a few members of PERL were at the Biological Psychiatry conference in Atlanta this year. It was a great opportunity to catch up with some PERL alumni, including Ciara McCabe and Poornima Kumar who both spoke in a great anhedonia session.