BPA 2016 Selection

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.

Maria submitted an abstract titled “White matter connectivity disruptions in early and chronic schizophrenia” to BPA 2016 which was chosen as one of the top 3 highest rated student abstracts. As a result, she has been awarded a travel grant and offered the opportunity to participate in a special symposium where she would be giving a 10 minute presentation (with 5 min question time) on the research contained in the submitted abstract.