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High quality scientific conferences are held
in the spring and autumn with the spring meeting being held
in Totnes and the autumn meeting held in Bristol.
Friday 13 May 2016
- Dartington Hall, Totnes
Psychoneuroimmunology: pioneering new treatments or
Since the breakthrough in treating
‘general paralysis of the insane’ with penicillin, psychiatry and
immunology have gone their separate ways. New evidence is
now emerging that neuroinflammation may contribute to mental
disorders including psychosis, affective disorders and dementia.
Research on the therapeutic effects of anti-inflammatory drugs and
other immune-modulators is ongoing.
Mr Peter Bloomfield - Imperial College London
Dr Ruihua Hou - University of Southampton
Dr Golam Khandaker - University of Cambridge
Professor Jonathan Mill - Exeter University Medical
Dr Valeria Mondelli - Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology
and Neuroscience, London
Speakers included: Prof Thomas Burns
CBE, Dr Geraldine Strathdee OBE, Prof Peter Tyrer, Dr David Yeomans
and Dr Anne Hicks
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