Program for GISS 2023

GISS2023 Programme (20230421)

Thursday, 20th April 2023
10:00–end Opening Registration
11:00–12:00 Expert Class: EEG
Gregor Leicht
12:00–13:00 Expert Class: task–based fMRI
Todd Woodward
Expert Class: The role of peers in clinical practice
Candelaria Mahlke
13:00–14:00 Lunch
14:00–14:30 Welcome Christoph Mulert
Welcome addresses:
Martin Kramer (Vice-President JLU Giessen
Frank-Tilo Becher (Mayor of Giessen)
Kai Klose (Hessian Minister for Social Affairs and Integration; Video)
Outstanding Service Award
Early Career Awards
14:30–15:45 Opening Symposium Chair: Dan Rujescu
Dan Rujescu Does genomics shape the way towards precision medicine in schizophrenia?
Stefan Borgwardt Using explainable artificial intelligence and texture MRI brain abnormalities to predict psychosis
Silvana Galderisi Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia
15:45–16:30 Keynote David Lewis (stream)
A Molecular and Neural Circuitry Substrate for Cognitive Dysfunction in SZ
Chair: Iris Sommer
16:30–16:45 Coffee break
16:45–17:00 Robert–Sommer–Award
Laudatio Daniel Weinberger (stream)
Chair: Christoph Mulert
17:00–18:00 Robert Sommer Lecture
Andreas Meyer–Lindenberg
Mechanisms of Risk– and resilience in schizophrenia
18:00–19:00 Come Together
19:00–20:00 Dinner
Friday, 21st April 2023
8:00–9:00 Meet the Expert
Christos Pantelis (stream)
9:00–10:00 Poster session
10:00–10:15 Coffee break
10:15–12:00 Presidential Symposium
Christoph Correll New developments in the psychopharmacological treatment of schizophrenia
Nikolaos Koutsouleris Toward a better understanding of heterogeneity in psychoses: the comparative machine learning approach.
Tilo Kircher Multi-level overlaps in SZ, BD and MDD: what is the way forward in pathogenetic research?
Branislava Curcic–Blake Fronto-temporo-parietal connectivity and hallucinations
12:00–13:00 Expert Class: State of the art of schizophrenia pharmacological treatment
Christoph Correll
13:00–14:00 Lunch
14:00–14:45 Keynote Daniel Weinberger (stream)
Genomic Insights about the Prenatal Origins of Behavioral Disorders
Chair: Stefan Borgwardt
14:45–15:30 Keynote Sir Robin Murray
An aetiological approach to the treatment of psychosis
Chair: Bernd Gallhofer
15:30–16:00 Coffee break
16:00–17:00 GISS Lecture 2023 (stream)
Thomas Südhof
Synapses in neuropsychiatric disorders: NRXN1 deletions and beyond
Chair: Christoph Mulert
17:00–17:30 Refreshing
17:30–(ca. 40 Min.) Transport to Mathematikum Gießen
18:15 Mathematikum Gießen
Welcome (Prof. Dr. Albrecht Beutelspacher)
Welcome addresses:
Tobias Kaltenbach (CEO RHÖN-KLINIKUM AG)
Boris Rhein, Minister-President of Hesse (Video)
18:30–19:30 Dinner
Honorary Awards, Poster Awards
19:30–20:15 GISS Event at Mathematikum
Keynote Peter Falkai
Aerobic Exercise in Schizophrenia: Understanding and Cure
Chair: Alkomiet Hasan
20:15–21:45 Cheese, Wine & Music
21:45–(ca. 40 Min.) Transport to Schloss Rauischholzhausen
Saturday, 22nd April 2023
8:00–9:00 Expert Class: DTI in schizophrenia research
Ofer Pasternak, Marek Kubicki, Amanda Lyall
9:00–10:00 Expert Class: Neurostimulation in schizophrenia
Sebastian Walther
Christoph Mulert
Expert Class: Implementation of evidence–based schizophrenia care
Alkomiet Hasan
10:00–10:15 Coffee break
10:15–11:45 Saturday Morning Symposium Chair: Gregor Leicht & Marek Kubicki
Ofer Pasternak Exploring the Role of Neuroimaging in Big Data Psychosis Research: Opportunities and Challenges
Gregor Leicht High frequency neural oscillations and schizophrenia
Sebastian Walther Brain stimulation to treat sensorimotor abnormalities in psychosis
Alkomiet Hasan Modulation of Excitation and Inhibition balance to treat schizophrenia
11:45–12:30 Keynote Iris Sommer
Nutritional Psychiatry
Chair: Sebastian Walther
12:30–13:30 Lunch
13:30–15:00 Closing (Neuroimaging) Symposium Chair: Todd Woodward & Ofer Pasternak
Todd Woodward Associations between symptom severity and cognition / task–based fMRI: the Individual difference approach
Peter Uhlhaas Gamma–Band Oscillations in Psychosis: Biomarkers, Mechanisms and the Search for Novel Treatments
Amanda Lyall Characterization of the Extracellular Free Water Signal in Schizophrenia Using Multi-Site Diffusion MRI Harmonization (stream)
Marek Kubicki “Precision Big Data” Approach; Retrospective Harmonization of dMRI, Clinical, and Cognitive Data Model Schizophrenia Across the Lifespan
End of GISS 2023

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