PRONIA partners @ SIRS 2016

PRONIA Presentations at biennial Schizophrenia Conference in Florence

The PRONIA coordinator PD Dr. Nikolaos Koutsouleris is giving a plenary lecture with the title „Toward Predictive Psychiatry – Prognostic and Diagnostic Applications of Pattern Recognition Methods“ at the 5th Biennial Schizophrenia International Research Society Conference from 2nd to 6th April in Florence, and there will be a great number of other presentations, in oral or poster form, at the conference by PRONIA members. Please see the full list below.


PD Dr. Nikolous Koutsouleris, LMU Munich:

  • Toward Predictive Psychiatry – Prognostic and Diagnostic Applications of Pattern Recognition Methods
  • Neuroimaging Biomarkers for Psychiatric Disorders in Adolescence and Young Adulthood: Prediction of Risk, Transition and Illness Course
  • Lifespan Development of Schizophrenia and How the Treatments Improve the Outcomes

Carlos Cabral, LMU Munich:

  • Studying the Influence of Clinical and Demographic Moderators in Multivariate Modeling of Brain Function in Schizophrenia


Maria F. Urquijo, LMU Munich:

  • Schizotypy and Neurocognitive Performance in psychosis: An Analysis from the First Pronia Sample

Joseph Kambeitz, LMU Munich:

  • The acute and chronic effects of antipsychotic treatment on synaptic dopamine levels: preliminary results from a meta-analysis of microdialysis studies
  • Structural Plasticity of Whole Brain Networks following Aerobic Endurance Training in multi-episode Schizophrenia Satients and Healthy Controls

Lana Kambeitz-Ilankovic, LMU Munich:

  • Prediction of Functional Outcome in the Early Onset Psychosis and Psychosis Prodrome Using Neuroanatomical and Resting State Pattern Classification


Dominic Dwyer, LMU Munich:

  • Brain Subtyping Enhances Neuroimaging Predictions of Schizophrenia Group Membership
  • Personalised Predictions of Global Functioning in Chronic Patients Across 17 European Sites


Shalaila Haas, LMU Munich:

  • Separation of Recent-Onset Psychosis Patients from Healthy Controls Based on Resting-State Functional Connectivity Pattern Classification


Johanna Weiske, LMU Munich:

  • Can Resting-State Patterns Predict Aberrant Salience in Early Psychosis Spectrum?

Nathalie Kaiser, University of Cologne:

  • Validation of a German Version of the Resilience Scale for Adults (RSA)
  • Resilience in Individuals Clinically at High Risk for Psychosis - First Results from the PRONIA Study


Marlene Rosen, University of Cologne:

  • Psychopathology and Functioning in Patients with a Recent Onset Psychosis (ROP) - First Results from the PRONIA Study
  • Comparing Domains of Functioning in Clinical High Risk Subjects, Recent Onset Psychosis and Recent Onset Depression Patients - First Results from the PRONIA Study


Theresa Haidl, University of Cologne:

  • Comparison of CHR Risk Symptoms in the Pronia Population - First Results from the PRONIA Study
  • The Bullying Scale - First Results from the PRONIA Study


Laura Egloff, University of Basel:

  • Evaluating the Verbal Episodic Memory Deficits in Emerging Psychosis Using Structural Equation Modeling









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