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Our achievments within MNC.
Congratulations to Dr Chad Bousman for his Lancet Psychiatry paper, Commercial pharmacogenetic-based decision-support tools in psychiatry, being selected as one of NEJM Journal Watch Psychiatry’s Top 10 Stories of 2016.
(2016 Dec) Accelerated gray and white matter deterioration with age in schizophrenia.
View the achievements of the MNC community in 2016
Congratulations to Eleni Ganella for winning a poster presentation prize at the Royal Melbourne Hospital research week symposium.
Congratulations to Laura Finlayson on being elected to the Student Section Committee of the International Society for the Study of Personality Disorders (ISSPD) as Member-at-Large.
Congratulations to Dr Andrew Zalesky on being receiving the prestigious Aubrey Lewis award.
Congratulations to Maria Di Biase on winning BPA's Best Abstract Award.
Congratulations to Dr Tamsyn van Rheenen for being awarded the Jack Brockhoff Foundation ECR grant.
Congratulations to Dr Tamsyn van Rheenen on being awarded the Early Career Researcher Grant.
Congratulations to Prof Dennis Velakoulis for receiving the HAICC Excellence award.
(2016 Nov) : White matter abnormalities in Schizophrenia are widespread, encompassing all cerebral lobes, including the cerebellum.
Congratulations to Dr Julian Simmons for being awarded the University’s 2016 Melbourne Neuroscience Institute (MNI) Fellowship.
2016 Ronald John Gleghorn Bursary Scholarship awarded to Eleni Ganella.
Congratulations to Prof Christos Pantelis - World's Most Influential Scientific Minds in 2016.
Inspired by his aunt's illness, Professor Christos Pantelis has pursued a career in schizophrenia research in the hope of discovering better treatment for sufferers.
Rotary Health's Hat Day
Univeristy of Melbourne - National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Travel Fellow
Congratulations to Maria Di Biase on her abstract being selected as one of the Top 3 Highest Rated Student Abstracts for Biological Psychiatry Australia 2016.
Congratulations to A/Prof Mark Walterfang on winning the prestigious 2016 RMH Research Medal.
(2016 APR) : Serotonin transporter polymorphism (5HTTLPR), severe childhood abuse and depressive symptom trajectories in adulthood
View the achievements of the MNC community in 2015
Special lecture and launch of Greek-Australian Fellowship
Congratulations to the following MDHS staff and alumni who were awarded a Young Tall Poppy Science Award for 2015
Siblings of children with schizophrenia show resilience to the condition as they grow up.