The Urban Mental Health Centre is proud to present its very first public meeting, in order to announce its new interdisciplinary and dynamic Research Priority Area, and to share its ambition and commitment to investigating the complexity behind mental health in an urban environment.
|Date||8 November 2019|
The Urban Mental Health Centre is a research priority area established by the University of Amsterdam and the following faculties: Faculty of Medicine (UMC), Faculty of Science (FNWI), Faculty Social and Behavioral Sciences (FMG), and Institute for Advanced study (IAS).
This event is the official start of the Urban Mental Health Centre where this new interdisciplinary and dynamic research field will be announced. Goal is to share its ambition and commitment to investigating the complexity behind mental health in an urban environment.
13.00 Welcome from co-directors
13.05 Prof. Claudi Bockting and prof. Reinout Wiers
Understanding urban mental health problems and conditions using complexity science
13.25 Mental Elf and co-directors
13.35 Questions from the room
13.40 Prof. Peter Sloot
Urban Mental Health through the Complexity Lens
14.05 Prof. Karen Maex (rector University of Amsterdam) and Andre Tomlin
14.20 Prof. Johan Bollen
Studying well-being and mental health from online social network data
14.50 Questions from the room
15.30 Prof. Paul Verschure
From neuroscience to the clinic and back: a case study in treating acquired non-use in stroke patients
16.00 Prof. Denny Borsboom
Psychopathology as a complex system: Network approaches and beyond
16.50 Reflections in & beyond the room
We look forward to seeing you there!
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