Initiation of the Multi-Center Collaboration HARMONY in October

PRONIA collaborates with 3 other psychosis projects

HARMONY stands for Harmonization of At Risk Multisite Observational Networks for Youth and it is a collaboration planned between PRONIA and three similar large-scale projects developing and testing algorithms for an individualized prediction of psychosis. Apart from the PRONIA consortium, the other involved projects are (1) the NIMH-funded North American Prodrome Longitudinal Study Phase 3 (NAPLS3, PI: Tyrone Cannon, Yale University), (2) the EU-FP7-funded PSYSCAN (PI: Philip McGuire, King’s College London) and (3) the NIMH-funded Philadelphia Neurodevelopmental Cohort (PNC) study (PI: Raquel Gur, University of Pennsylvania).

The focus of HARMONY will be the joint analysis of data that is collected throughout all 4 projects. HARMONY was chosen for funding by the National Institutes of Health and will be initiated on 22 and 23 October 2015 in Washington.  


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