Wed, Nov 22|
How can neuroimaging help improve care in severe mental illness?
Time & Location
Nov 22, 2023, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMT-5
About the Event
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Severe mental illnesses (i.e., bipolar disorder and schizophrenia-spectrum disorder) are associated with cognitive and physiological features that can be explored by neuroimaging modalities to help provide tailored care. In our presentation, we will focus on the neural correlates of social cognition and the contribution of perfusion neuroimaging in these conditions.
Dr. Raucher-Chéné (MD, PhD) is an Assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry (McGill University). Her current research program focuses on the development of a comprehensive understanding of the cognitive psychopathology of severe mental illness, across stages, from neuroimaging to remediation.