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2011 International Congress on Schizophrenia Research


The biannual International Congress on Schizophrenia Research (ICOSR) was held 2-6 April 2011 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, at the Broadmoor Hotel. It was preceded by the International Prodromal Research Network Psychosis Satellite Meeting and the University of Miami-International Congress Cognition Satellite Meeting, both at the same location.

NEWS STORIES—ICOSR 2011

Some Hope for Alleviating Negative Symptoms—Hakon Heimer
At Risk of Schizophrenia: Converters and Non-converters—Vidyulata Kamath
The Kraeplinian Dichotomy Revisited, Again—Brandon Abbs
Gene Expression Studies Highlight Candidate Schizophrenia Genes—Allison A. Curley
Schizophrenia Genetics Potpourri—Allison A. Curley
Neurotransmitters and Neuromodulators in Schizophrenia—Caroline Wass
Visual Processing Deficits of Schizophrenia Probed—Mitsouko van Assche
Cognition in Schizophrenia: Biology and Therapy—Rajiv Radhakrishnan
The Promise of Genetic Neuropathology for Schizophrenia—Bart P.F. Rutten
Searching for the Brain Activation Patterns of Schizophrenia—Brandon Abbs
Translating GxE in Schizophrenia into Etiology and Biology—Bart P.F. Rutten
Back to the Prenatal Environment—C. Victoria L. Wilcox
In Schizophrenia, What Really Improves People's Lives?—Victoria L. Wilcox
Predicting Outcome in Early Psychosis—Kristen A. Woodberry


NEWS STORIES—IPRN SATELLITE MEETING

Putting Roadblocks on the Road to Psychosis—Victoria L. Wilcox
Seeking Mileposts for the Road to Psychosis—Victoria L. Wilcox


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