Advances in mental health research at the DEC and beyond

Practical information
08 December 2022
2pm - 4:30 pm

ENS, room U209, 29 RUE D'ulm, 75005 Paris

The DEC Equality&Diversity committee is hosting an event around the topic of mental health, with PhD students working on this topic giving a flash talk that day. The aim of the flash talks will be to highlight the work that is being done on this topic within and in collaboration with the DEC. A seminar will be given by an invited speaker, Dr Astrid Chevance. 

The symposium will be followed by a reception (29 rue d’Ulm, ground floor).

Invited speaker:

Dr Astrid Chevance, Cheffe de clinique-Assistante de l'Université de Paris: "Evaluating therapeutic interventions in psychiatry : challenges and ways forward"


Flash talks of junior DEC researchers:

Charlotte Van Den Driessche, PhD student at LSCP: "Exploratory bias in ADHD"

Bence Farkas, PhD student in Public Health (Paris-Saclay University) at 'Institut du Psychotraumatisme de l’Enfant et de l’Adolescent' (Départements Yvelines et Hauts-de-Seine, CH Versailles) and at 'Centre de recherche en Epidémiologie et Santé des Populations' (INSERM U1018): "The role of childhood adversity in shaping life histories and mental health"

Henri Vandendriessche, PhD student at LNC2: "Specific effect of depression on contextual reinforcement learning"

Charlotte Van Den Driessche, Bence Farkas, Henri Vandendriessche

The symposium will be followed by a reception (29 rue d’Ulm, ground floor).