MHS Faculty Research Series 2013
|Starts:||12:30 16 Jan 2013|
|Ends:||14:00 16 Jan 2013|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||Institute of Brain, Behaviour and Mental Health|
|Who is it for:||Current University students, University staff|
|Speaker:||Katherine Berry, Professor Alison Yung|
About the Faculty Research Series:
The monthly Faculty Research Series events are open to all staff and students from across the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences and the University, offering an opportunity to celebrate research achievement and stimulate scientific interaction. Each month, one host School or Institute from the Faculty will pair with a different School or Institute to highlight and showcase similar topics from different perspectives.
The 2013 series is being led by Professor David Eisner and administered from the Faculty Research Office.
View video: 'Faculty Research Series: introduction' - http://www.mhs.manchester.ac.uk/intranet/events/researchseries/researchintro
Held on Wednesday lunchtimes, each meeting lasts an hour, including two 20-25 minute presentations – one from a junior and one from a more senior member of Faculty staff. Each presentation will be followed by a short discussion.
A buffet lunch will be available from 12.30 pm. Presentations begin at 1 pm.
Senior presenter: Professor Alison Young, Institute of Brain, Behaviour and Mental Health
Title: Preventing and treating early psychosis
Alison Yung moved to the University of Manchester in September 2012 from her post as MRC research professor at the University of Melbourne. She has a global reputation for her pioneering research identifying the early prodrome for schizophrenia and devising and evaluating interventions to halt progression.
Junior Presenter: Katherine Berry, School of Psychological Sciences
Title: Improving staff and service user relationships in psychiatric rehabilitation services
Katherine Berry is an NIHR funded postdoctoral research fellow and clinical psychologist. Her main areas of expertise are interpersonal relationships in people with a diagnosis of psychosis and psychiatric rehabilitation. After completing her PhD exploring the relevance of attachment theory in psychosis, she obtained a fellowship to develop and evaluate an intervention to improve staff-patient relationships in inpatient settings.
Register: Places will be limited so registration is essential, please register via Eventbrite - http://mhsfacultyresearchseries16jan.eventbrite.co.uk/#
Organisation: School of Psychological Sciences
Professor Alison Yung
Organisation: Institute of Brain, Behaviour and Mental Health
Travel and Contact Information
Michael Smith lecture Theatre
Michael Smith Building