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60-Second Science is a new series that has CAMH scientists racing against the clock to sum up their work in 60 seconds.
 
  • Dr. Aristotle Voineskos on combining brain imaging and genetics to identify early brain changes leading to Alzheimer's disease
  • Dr. Daniel Blumberger on innovative treaments for late-life depression
  • Dr. Romina Mizrahi on using PET imaging to study brain chemical changes in people at high risk of developing schizophrenia, to develop prevention strategies.
  • Dr. Arun Tiwari on finding genetic risk factors to predict and prevent weight gain caused by antipsychotic medications.
  • Dr. Tarek Rajji on the use of brain stimulation to enhance neuroplasticity, reversing damage to the brain caused by schizophrenia.
  • Dr. Lori Ross​ on community-based research with LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bi, transexual and queer) partners on equitable access to mental health services. 

 

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Dr. Daniel Blumberger on late-life depression
Dr. Arun Tiwari on 
personalized medicine for 
schizophrenia  
Dr. Tarek Rajji on brain stimulation to enhance neuroplasticity.
​​Dr. Aristotle Voineskos on brain imaging and genetics​

Dr. Romina Mizrahi on PET imaging for schizophrenia

Dr. Lori Ross on community-based LGBTQ research.

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