PRONIA
  • The European Union has awarded PRONIA with 6 Million Euro within the 7th Framework Programme.

    The European Union has awarded PRONIA with 6 Million Euro within the 7th Framework Programme.

  • 1700 study participants are being recruited for PRONIA in six European centres and one in Australia.

    1700 study participants are being recruited for PRONIA in six European centres and one in Australia.

  • Psychoses typically commence in the most productive and critical period of life – late adolescence and early adulthood.

    Psychoses typically commence in the most productive and critical period of life – late adolescence and early adulthood.

PRONIA

Partner 2 - University of Basel

Stefan Borwardt

  University of Basel

 

University Hospital Basel

Prof. Dr. med. Stefan Borgwardt

Principal Investigator

Phone: +41 61 325 52 01

Fax: +41 61 325 81 80

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Universitäre Psychiatrische Kliniken UPK

Wilhelm Klein-Str. 27

CH 4012 Basel

Switzerland

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PRONIA Team Basel

Prof. Dr. med. Anita Riecher-Rössler                

Clinical Investigator

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Claudia Lenz, PhD

Investigator

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Laura Egloff, MSc

Investigator

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Renata Smieskova, PhD

Investigator

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Doris Blaser

Secretary

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Institute presentation

The Psychiatric University Hospital Basel (Universitäre Psychiatrische Kliniken UPK) is the principal psychiatric institution in Basel providing healthcare for in- and out-patients in four clinics altogether.

Besides providing treatment for the vast range of psychiatric disorders, the UPK is also very active in international research and is now taking part in the multicenter-project PRONIA.

Prof. Stefan Borgwardt is the principal investigator for PRONIA in Basel. He is senior consultant of the Diagnostic and Crisis Intervention Centre, Department of Psychiatry (UPK), Basel and Professor of Neuropsychiatry at the University of Basel. In addition, he is Visiting Professor at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College, London.

His research interests include structural and functional neuroimaging, pharmacology neuroimaging methods, the prodromal and early phase of psychosis, neurocognitive and genetic mechanisms in schizophrenia, and the neurofunctional mechanisms of cannabinoids and heroin. Clinical interests include prodromal and early psychosis and neuropsychiatry.

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