We are delighted to announce that the EBPS-CANBIND Workshop with the exciting theme of 'Behaviour to Biomarkers: Reverse Translation' will be held virtually on March 5th and 6th, 2021. Featuring special plenaries by Gustavo Turecki and Sheena Josselyn plus talks by a range of other eminent researchers in this field, it will be of significant interest to both preclinical and clinical researchers, from graduate students through to investigators.

Past event

This event took place from:

5 until 06 March 2021

Program

Session 1: Strategies for Biomarker Discovery

Sidney Kennedy (CA) – Clinical Overview of Depression Biomarker Field Referencing CANBIND.

Gayle Wittenberg (CA) – Effects of Immunomodulatory Drugs on Anhedonia and Reward Circuitry.

Faranak Farzan (CA) – A Neuroengineering Lens into Treatment of Mental Health and Addiction.

Evdokia Anagnostou (CA) – Title to be determined.

Keynote Address: Gustavo Turekci (CA) – Multi-omic Approaches to Biomarker Discovery for Antidepressant Response

Session 2: Biomarkers of Addiction and Relapse

Christelle Baunez (FRA) – Very Low Frequency Oscillations in the Subthalamic Nucleus as a Predictive Marker of Vulnerability to Addiction.

Jennifer Bossert (US) – Reverse Translational Models of Drug Relapse: Behaviour, Pharmacology, Circuits, and Implications for Treatment.

Katie Garrison (US) – Neuroimaging and Biomarkers in Addiction Treatment.

Lee Hogarth (UK) – Human Drug Dependene Severity is Marked by Negative Affect Driven Drug Choice, but Not Habit Learning or Compulsivity

Session 3: Trainee Data Blitz 1

Session 4: Reverse Translation to Novel Therapeutics & Mechanisms of Action

Tim Bussey (Western, CA) – Bridging the Translational Divide in Neuropsychiatric and Neurodegenerative Disease: Identical Cognitive Touchscreen Testing in Mice & Humans.

Caroline Menard (Cervo, CA) – Chronic Stress Induces Vascular Changes Leading to Depression vs Resilience: Opportunities for Novel Therapeutic Approaches and Biomarkers.

Markus Heilig (Linkoping, SE) – Maybe Some Things Do Translate? The Case of FAAH Inhibition to Potentiate Fear Extinction.

Session 5: Trainee Data Blitz 2

Session 6: Emerging Role of the Microbiome in Mental Health

John Cryan (Cork, IE) – Gut Feelings – Microbiome & Mental Health.

Mary Kimmel (North Carolina, US) – Stress Reactivity and the Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis: Guide to Maternal-Child Mental Health.

Jonathon Swann (Imperial College London, UK) – The Application of Metabolomics to Study the Biochemical Language of the GutBrain Axis

Keynote Address: Sheena Josselyn (CA) – Making Memories in Mice

Event speakers

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Gustavo Turecki

Department of Psychiatry
McGill University
Canada

Multi-omic Approaches to Biomarker Discovery for Antidepressant Response

March 5, 2021 13:00 - 15:29

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Sheena Josselyn

Hospital for Sick Kids
University of Toronto
Canada

Making Memories in Mice

March 6, 2021 11:00 - 13:00

Event Location

Toronto
Ontario Canada

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Organising committee members

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Jane Foster

Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences
McMaster University
Canada
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Mohammed Shoaib

Newcastle University
United Kingdom