Unlike most neurologic conditions the neuro-biological mechanisms for psychiatric disorders remain unclear. A significant amount of research, obtained using different imaging modalities, has demonstrated structural and functional brain changes related to psychiatric disorders. It is believed that medical imaging seems primed to play a major clinical role in guiding diagnostic and treatment planning decisions in patients with psychiatric conditions.
This symposium aims to bring together several experts in the field of psychiatric imaging and discuss the state-of-the-art in this area. In particular, the challenges and barriers for the clinical use of medical imaging in psychiatry will be addressed in the light of the future direction of this interesting field.
|09:30||Dr. M. Matters & Prof. Dr. A.P. Aldenkamp
Philips | Eindhoven University of Technology, Kempenhaeghe
|Welcome and Opening|
Mount Sinai Hospital New York
|Brain Imaging Correlates of Categorical and Dimensional Psychopathology|
|Real-time fMRI in relation to neurofeedback in psychiatric disorders|
|Intensified rTMS treatment for depression: insights from brain imaging|
|12:30||Lunch and poster session|
|14:30||Hilleke Hulshoff Pol
|How brain imaging can contribute to precision psychiatry|
|15:00||Guido van Wingen
|Neuroimaging for treatment outcome prediction in psychiatry|
|Across-nosology data bases and machine learning for auditory biomarkers|
Brigham & Women's hospital, Boston, Compass Neurosciences
|Clinical Translation of Psychiatric Neuroimaging|
|16:30||Closing and drinks|
There is room for approximately 20 posters. Please indicate in your registration, if you would like to present a poster with title and abstract. The symposium organization will make a selection if needed.
The symposium is free of charge, registration is required.
Accreditation for Dutch psychiatrists and neurologists will be provided.