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ICOSR 2015—Approaches to Prevention in Schizophrenia
24 April 2015. A number of presentations at the 2015 ICOSR addressed potential strategies for prevention in schizophrenia...


ICOSR 2015—Patient-Derived Cells For Schizophrenia Research
24 April 2015. The overall goal of this session was to investigate molecular mechanisms of schizophrenia using either patient-derived cells or animal models...


ICOSR 2015—Neuroinflammation, White Matter, and Schizophrenia
20 April 2015. Accumulating evidence suggests a potential role for inflammation in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia...


ICOSR 2015—Boosting Social Cognition in Schizophrenia
15 April 2015. Among the symptoms of schizophrenia, impairments in social cognition may cause the most disability and loss of quality of life...


ICOSR 2015—Higher Fruits From Gene-Gene Interactions?
7 April 2015. Adding risk SNPs together amounts to more substantial increases in schizophrenia risk, but strains to account for the disorder's heritability...


ICOSR 2015—Schizophrenia Researchers Peek at RNA-seq
3 April 2015. The genetic clues found in the latest genomewide association study (GWAS) of schizophrenia mostly lie in non-coding regions of the genome...


ICOSR 2015—Stress and Glutamate Kick Off Rocky Mountain Congress
2 April 2015. Against a mountainous backdrop, nearly 1,000 schizophrenia researchers delved into the science of the 15th International Congress of Schizophrenia Research...


RAISE Study Supports Value of Early, Coordinated Schizophrenia Care
11 March 2015. Comprehensive early treatment and support can improve some outcomes in people with schizophrenia...

  
SfN 2014—Redox Dysregulation in Schizophrenia
13 January 2015. Data suggest that redox dysregulation interacts with glutamatergic dysfunction and neuroinflammation to cause cognitive and affective symptoms of schizophrenia...


SfN 2014—Glutamatergic Abnormalities Poster Tour
9 January 2015. The glutamate hypothesis of schizophrenia continues to be one of the field's most researched...


SfN 2014—Biomarkers in Psychotic Disorders
9 December 2014. Participants at SfN heard the latest EEG and MRI studies, along with a smattering of cellular research, in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder...

  
PIP 2014—Pharmacogenetics in Psychiatry
8 December 2014. This meeting included four sessions, with 12 oral presentations delivered on current topics of interest in the field, followed by a poster session...


SfN 2014—Failure to Replicate Goes Under the Microscope
2 December 2014. Scientists at the 2014 Society for Neuroscience meeting discussed the lack of reproducibility of research studies...


WCPG 2014—Movement on MHC and Schizophrenia Risk
31 October 2014. The strongest and most replicable genetic signal for schizophrenia emanates from a region of chromosome 6...


WCPG 2014—Phenotypes and Families in Mind
30 October 2014. Rare variants revealed by sequencing have compelled researchers to get “back to basics” by analyzing family pedigrees...


WCPG 2014—Smoothing the Way to the Clinic
24 October 2014. Even as researchers gain traction on the genes involved in schizophrenia, turning these discoveries into clinically actionable information faces plenty of challenges...


WCPG 2014—Stem Cells Gather Steam
17 October 2014. A session devoted to induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) for modeling neuropsychiatric disease marked "a new era in psychiatric genetics,"...


WCPG 2014—Genomics Smorgasbord: Varied Samplings for Schizophrenia
16 October 2014. The 25th annual World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics got underway in Copenhagen, Denmark, on October 11...

  
SIRS 2014—Connecting Clinical and Preclinical Research
22 August 2014. The April 7 SIRS 2014 plenary session focused on three aspects of schizophrenia symptoms: psychosis, motivation, and social cognition...


SIRS 2014—Associative Striatum Linked to Prodromal Psychosis
7 August 2014. Researchers took a fresh look at the dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia in an afternoon SIRS session...


SIRS 2014—Boosting Dopamine D1 Receptor Activity
8 July 2014. A SIRS 2014 session titled put the dopamine D1 receptor in the spotlight...


SIRS 2014—Schizophren‐omics: Part 2
7 July 2014. The audience at the Schizophrenia International Research Society meeting returned for round two of the April 6, 2014, opening plenary session...


SIRS 2014—Schizophren‐omics: Part 1
7 July 2014. Genomics, connectomics, proteomics, methylomics, transcriptomics—"There are many -omics that are now in our scientific dictionary," said moderator Lynn DeLisi...


SIRS 2014—Reports From Schizophrenia Clinical Drug Trials
3 June 2014. Several sessions at the SIRS 2014 meeting discussed data from clinical trials testing novel antipsychotics and a variety of other drugs...


SIRS 2014—Refining Schizophrenia Clinical Drug Trials
2 June 2014. Speakers from academia and industry discussed lessons learned from past failed clinical trials and ways to improve those of the future...

  
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