Registration is now open for our next Mental Health Science Meeting, which takes place in London on 1-2 February 2018.
Our Mental Health Science Meeting is one of the largest international scientific meetings dedicated solely to mental health science – bringing together experts from around the world to take on the major challenges in mental health.
Now in its 4th year, the meeting brings together researchers from across disciplines to explore cutting-edge ways to understand, treat and prevent mental illness. This year’s theme is ‘Towards Prevention and Early Intervention’.
The 2-day programme includes keynote speeches from leading experts in the field, multidisciplinary symposia, a poster session and a panel discussion. The event provides a unique opportunity to showcase ideas and develop collaborative research networks.
Who is it for?
Researchers and experts from all disciplines who have an interest in mental health. We welcome scientists at all stages of their career, as well as other mental health stakeholders, including clinicians, members of the public affected by mental illness, mental health funders and charity representatives.
- Celso Arango, Complutense University of Madrid (keynote)
- Michelle Craske, University of California at Los Angeles (keynote)
- Mike Owen, Cardiff University (keynote)
- Vladimir Carli, Karolinska Institute
- Thalia Eley, King's College London
- Adrian Falkov, Northshore Kidspace
- Sophia Frangou, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
- Judy Garber, Vanderbilt University
- Eamon McCrory, University College London
The registration cost of £75 includes refreshments, lunch, drinks and nibbles during the poster session. Places are limited and offered on a first come, first served basis. Registration closes 12 January 2018.
A small number of travel bursaries are available for PhD students and early career scientists who are presenting a poster. If you would like to submit a poster, please register here.
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Last updated: 19 October 2017