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Schizophrenia Forum Radio Podcasts

Updated March 29, 2016

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The Schizophrenia Forum podcasts include a mix of recent news and interviews with leading researchers from the different disciplines that study schizophrenia and related disorders and basic science. You can listen to each episode here, where you will find links to the articles mentioned (as well as the written transcript), or you can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or your favorite podcast app. (In iTunes, for example, click File/Subscribe to Podcast and then enter this URL:

Kristen Brennand
Schizophrenia Forum Radio: Episode 5, featuring an interview with Kristen Brennand, describing the potential of stem cells to help us understand the elusive pathology of psychiatric disease.

See full transcript of Podcast 5.

Links to articles and other resources mentioned in Episode 5:

Schizophrenia Forum Celebrates 10 Years!
Psychiatric Research Philanthropist Ted Stanley Dies at 84
The Schizophrenia Research Community Remembers Connie Lieber
C4 Genes Tune Schizophrenia Risk, Synaptic Pruning
Patient-Derived Bipolar Neurons Reproduce Clinical Response to Lithium
Genetic Variants Tied to Lithium Response in Bipolar Disorder
Early Psychosis Research Matures, Going Both Deep and Wide

Robin Murray
Schizophrenia Forum Radio: Episode 4, featuring an interview with Robin Murray, discussing recent research on the relationship between cannabis and psychosis.

See full transcript of Podcast 4.

Links to articles and other resources mentioned in Episode 4:

Schizophrenia Genetics 2015 Series
Progressive Brain Loss in Schizophrenia? New Evidence to Consider
Long-Acting Injectable Beats Pills to Head Off Early Psychosis Relapse
New Look, New Genetics for "What We Know About Schizophrenia"

Daniel Weinberger
Schizophrenia Forum Radio: Episode 3, featuring an interview with Daniel Weinberger discussing the first five years of the Lieber Institute for Brain Development.

See full transcript of Podcast 3.

Links to articles and other resources mentioned in Episode 3:

Rethinking Clozapine: Metabolite May Ease Cognitive Symptoms of Schizophrenia
News Brief: Encenicline Enhances Cognition in Schizophrenia Study
Webinar: How Can Schizotypy Inform Schizophrenia Research?

Patrick Mcgorry
Schizophrenia Forum Radio: Episode 2, featuring an interview with Patrick McGorry of the Orygen Youth Health Program in Melbourne, Australia, on recent research from his group, including an update on the clinical trial of fish oil for the prevention of psychosis.

Listen to Podcast 2 (scroll past transcript).

Links to articles and other resources mentioned in Episode 2:

RAISE Study Supports Value of Early, Coordinated Schizophrenia Care
New Role for DISC1 in mRNA Transport
Coverage of the 2015 International Congress on Schizophrenia Research

Chuck Schulz and Carol Tamminga
Schizophrenia Forum Radio: Episode 1, with Carol Tamminga and Chuck Schulz, on the history of the International Congress on Schizophrenia Research and a preview of this year's meeting, March 28-April 1, in Colorado Springs.

Listen to Podcast 1 (scroll past transcript).

Links to articles and other resources mentioned in Episode 1:

International Congress on Schizophrenia Research
Elusive Hybrid Dopamine Receptor Stirs Controversy
Cortical Changes and Medication Effects in Early Schizophrenia
Bigger Schizophrenia GWAS Reports More Than 100 Hits

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