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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

The commission leading the Neuroscience Project

This page provides information about the commission leading the Gatsby Foundation and Wellcome Trust Neuroscience Project.

Co-chairs:

Dr Wendy Burn, Immediate past Dean, RCPsych

Professor Mike Travis, Director of Residency Training, WPIC of UPMC, Pittsburgh and Co-Director of the National Neuroscience Curriculum Initiative, US

Members:

  • Dr Andrew Brittlebank, Curriculum Advisor, RCPsych
  • Professor Ed Bullmore, University of Cambridge
  • Dr Sarah Caddick, The Gatsby Foundation
  • Professor Ian Curran, General Medical Council
  • Professor Karl Deisseroth, D Chen Professor of Bioengineering and Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, Stanford University, US
  • Professor Jacky Hayden, Dean of Postgraduate Medical Studies, Health Education North West & Lead Dean, Psychiatry
  • Professor Eileen Joyce, Chair, Neuropsychiatry Faculty, RCPsych
  • Professor Jeffrey Lieberman, Lawrence E Kolb Chair of Psychiatry, Columbia University and Director of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York State Psychiatric Institute, US
  • Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes, Imperial College and Chair, Academic Faculty, RCPsych
  • Dr Mary-Ellen Lynall, Academic Clinical Fellow, University of Cambridge
  • Professor David Ross, Associate Director of the Yale Psychiatry Residency Program, Yale University, US
  • Professor Sir Simon Wessely, President, RCPsych

 

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Discover more about the Project in the January 2017 edition of 'The Registrar', the magazine of the Psychiatric Trainees Committee

 

News from our Stakeholder Outreach Programme

The Project team has begun an extensive programme of consultation activities and stakeholder engagement across the UK.

We have attended RCPsych Faculty and Division conferences, meetings of hospital trusts and the Psychiatric Trainees Committee. Evidence gathered will inform the Commission’s review of the Core Curriculum.

We are responding to stakeholder feedback with initiatives to facilitate and support the delivery of the neuroscience elements of psychiatric training.

We will be taking part in more events soon. Watch out for updates and register to come to an event.