Registrations are now open for our next Mental Health Science Meeting – which takes place in London on 2-3 February 2017.
Our Mental Health Science Meeting is one of the largest international scientific events of its kind dedicated solely to mental health research.
Now in its 3rd year, the meeting brings together researchers from across disciplines to explore cutting-edge new ways to understand, treat and prevent mental illness.
The 2-day programme includes keynote speeches from leading experts in the field, panel discussions, and a poster session, providing a unique opportunity to showcase ideas and develop collaborative research networks.
The theme for this year’s meeting is the emergence of mental illness. This follows the launch of MQ’s major new young people’s mental health research programme.
Secure your place at our Mental Health Science Meeting 2017
Who is it for?
- Scientists and experts from all disciplines who have an interest in mental health. We welcome scientists at all stages of their career.
- Other mental health stakeholders including clinicians, service users, mental health funders and charity representatives.
- Louise Arseneault (Kings College London) - Keynote
- Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg (Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim) - Keynote
- Carmen Sandi (Brain Mind Institute, EPF Lausanne) - Keynote
- Susanne Ahmari (University of Pittsburgh)
- Mary Cannon (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)
- Hugo Critchley (Brighton & Sussex Medical School)
- Sally McManus (NatCen Social Research)
- Jonathan Mill (Exeter University / King’s College London)
- Michelle Moulds (University of New South Wales)
- Graham Murray (Cambridge University)
- Fran Rice (Cardiff University)
- Beatriz Rico (King's College London)
- Edmund Sonuga-Barke (University of Southampton)
- Ezra Susser (Columbia University)
- Myrna Weissman (Columbia University)
- Simon Wessely (King's College London)
- Miranda Wolpert (Anna Freud)
Places are limited and offered on a first come first served basis. A small number of travel bursaries are available for PhD students and early career scientists.
You can read more information about our Mental Health Science Meeting here.
Last updated: 8 January 2018