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Psychiatry Summer School 2016, 8th-9th of September
      Please mark your calendars for the Psychiatry Summer School (8th-9th of September) organized annually by Prof. Hasse Karlsson. This year the honorary speaker will be Prof. Larry J. Young from the Emory University School of Medicine.
       This event is a great opportunity for young researchers to present their projects and discuss science in a friendly atmosphere. Therefore, all participants are encouraged to submit an abstract when registering to the event.
 
Please note, that there is a limited number of participants (max 25)!!! 
Target group: doctoral students and senior researchers in the field of psychiatry!
 
Time: 8-9.09. 2016 (Thursday-Friday)
Place: Hotel Airisto Strand, Airistontie 700, 21600 Parainen
 
Registration link: 
https://www.webropolsurveys.com/S/6C7364495EBAED7E.par
Registration deadline: August 5th, 2015
 
Reimbursing travel costs:
The Summer School is free of charge, but participants are expected to pay for their own traveling costs. Students of doctoral programs at other universities should contact the coordinator of their respective doctoral program.
For more information, please contact Justyna Zdrojewska (justyna.zdrojewska@utu.fi)
 
 
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More on Prof. Larry Young :
 
Dr. Young studies how genetic, cellular and neurobiological mechanisms regulate complex social behavior, including social cognition and social bonding. His research focuses heavily on the roles of the neuropeptides oxytocin and vasopressin in regulating the neural processing of social signals and social attachment. Dr. Young has developed behavioral paradigms that are useful for screening drugs that enhance social cognition, and is developing novel strategies for drug discovery for treating social deficits in psychiatric disorders such as autism spectrum disorder and schizophrenia.   Dr. Young established the Center for Translational Social Neuroscience (CTSN), which brings together basic scientists and clinicians in the Atlanta area who are focused on understanding and healing the social brain.  The mission of the CTSN is to discover the neurobiological mechanisms regulating the social brain, and to translate these discoveries to novel therapeutic approaches to treat psychiatric disorders characterized by disruption in social behavior, including autism, schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders.
 
 
You can also listen to Larry on YouTube giving a talk during TEDx event:
 
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