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Transdiagnostic Approaches in Neuroscience Research



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1Transdiagnostic Approaches in Neuroscience Research Psiquiatria e Psicologia Médica 20/04/2018 a
21/04/2018
Inscrição:
22/12/2017 a 31/01/2018
Período:
20/04/2018 a 21/04/2018
Responsável:
Prof. Dr. Jair de Jesus Mari (UNIFESP), Prof. Dr. Euripedes Constantino Miguel Filho (USP) e Prof. Dr. Giovanni Abrahão Salum Junior ( UFRGS )
Créditos:
2
Resumo:
OBJECTIVES: The main objective of this discipline is to promote the interaction between USP students with leading national and international researchers (in the research field) and explore the interface between psychiatry and neuroscience.

Código:
TANR
Programa:
33009015032P3 Psiquiatria e Psicologia Médica
Co-responsável:
Pedro Mario Pan Neto
Local:
a definir
Dias e horários:
Dia 20/04 das 08h às 16h e Dia 21/04 das 16h às 18h30
Vagas:
50
Créditos:
2
Critérios de ingresso:
Alunos de pós-graduação
Carga horária teórica:
18
Carga horária prática:
12
Carga horária total:
30
Ementa/Programação:
PROGRAM OBJECTIVES: The main objective of this discipline is to promote the interaction between USP students with leading national and international researchers (in the research field) and explore the interface between psychiatry and neuroscience. By means of this interaction, students are expected to develop and enhance skills related to the development of their own research, such as evaluating the relevance of their researches’ question, understanding the strengths and limitations of the most commonly used scientific methods, and understanding how to plan objectives and goals within the scientific career. This course will be coordinated by teachers Euripedes Miguel, Jair Mari and Giovanni Salum, all members of the inter-institutional Tripartite program in Psychiatry. The Tripartite program involves three Brazilian universities: University of São Paulo (USP), Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP) and Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS). Teachers will be responsible for moderating workshops with international speakers. The course comprises two types of activities: lectures and tutorials in workshop format. Lectures The lectures will be taught according to the schedule of the international congress V Clinical Psychiatric Congress. Following the Young Investigator Awards formats of the main research societies in psychiatry (SOBP, IEPA, SIRS, AACAP, ACNP), students will attend classes determined by the organization of the discipline. The classes, attached in this program, were chosen for their relevance in the academic formation of the students. Students will be accompanied in class by the former student of the same postgraduate program Pedro Mario Pan, who will play the role of junior tutor. The junior tutor will be responsible for facilitating the learning contextualizing the content exposed with the topics researched by the students. Tutorials - Workshop International speakers Daniel Pine and David Ross will conduct workshops moderated by Tripartite professors responsible for the discipline. The Workshops were designed to encompass the active participation of students through brief presentations of their projects. After the presentation of the research projects (masters and doctorate), the international professors will: evaluate the research project according to quality criteria, make critics and suggestions aiming the improvement of the projects. Finally, the Workshops will have an hour for discussion about career mentoring within scientific research. Speakers will offer their experience in training students and research groups to answer scientific career questions. BACKGROUND: Psychiatric disorders are currently understood as Brain Disorders. However, we have not yet been able to incorporate important advances in scientific research in psychiatry into the clinical practice. Neuroscience plays a fundamental role in advancing the pathophysiological understanding of the causal mechanisms of mental illness. At the interface with the psychiatric clinic, neuroscience has been presenting results that challenge historically defined diagnostic barriers. Thus, a transdiagnostic approach to mental health research is currently proposed. The Congress “Clínica Psiquiátraica”, in its 5th edition, has as its central theme a transdiagnostic vision for psychiatry. One of its main objectives is to translate the newest knowledge in neuroscience and neuroscience technological innovations into clinical practice. Still, it is characterized by an important environment for experiences exchanging of scientific research among postgraduate students and renowned national and international researchers. The students of the discipline will have direct contact through Workshops with two prominent researchers in the neuroscience and clinical psychiatry interface: Daniel Pine and David Ross. Daniel Pine is head of the Department of Development and Affective Neurology at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). He has more than 350 published scientific articles and was the coordinator of the working group for the chapter on mental health in children and adolescents of the DSM-5. David Ross is Professor of Psychiatry at the Neuroscience Research program at Yale University. He was known for his central role in the recent initiative called the National Neuroscience Curriculum Initiative, whose main goal is to design strategies, implement and disseminate neuroscience in the training of psychiatrists. PROGRAM (CONTENT): Thursday Afternoon 15:00 – 17:00 – Workshop with Daniel Pine: student’s presentation (10 min) + discussion and comments on student projects (10min) (Daniel Pine, NIMH) 17:00 – 18:00 – Talk about Career development (Daniel Pine, NIMH). Coordinators: Euripedes Miguel, Jair Mari e Giovanni Salum Thursday Night 19:30 – 20:20 – Impact of the Intestinal Microbiota on the Brain and Behavior: Implication in the Treatment of Mental Disorders (John Cryan, University College Cork) 20:20 – 21:10 – Using Neuroscience to Help Understand Fear and Anxiety (Daniel Pine, NIMH) 21:10 – 21:30 – Discussion and questions (Euripedes Miguel, Jair Mari, Giovanni Salum, John Cryan e Daniel Pine USP/UNIFESP/UFRGS/ University College Cork / NIMH) Friday Morning From diagnosis to treatment. Coordination: Euripedes Miguel Transdiagnosis in Psychiatry: from DSM to RDOCs vice versa 08:00 – 08:50 – The way from the laboratory to the clinic in the study of fear and anxiety (Daniela Schiller, Mount Sinai School of Medicine) 08:50 – 09:40 – One more step: the way from the laboratory to the clinic in disorders related to fear and anxiety- (Felipe Corchs, USP) 10:10 – 11:00 - New concepts in the neuroscience of delusions and hallucinations and their application to anxiety disorders (Philip Corlett, Yale University) 11:00 – 12:00 – Application of new tools or concepts of neuroscience in clinical practice would be very interesting (David Ross, Yale University) Friday Afternoon Developmental Psychiatry: Intriguing Children. Coordination: Sandra Scivoletto 13:30 – 14:00 – Social Skills in Autism (Daniela Bordini, UNIFESP) 14:00 – 14:30 – Can adult ADHD be predicted with childhood data? (Luis Augusto Rohde, UFRGS) 14:30 – 15:00 – Emotional regulation, its connections and anxiety disorders in childhood and adolescence (Giovanni Salum, UFRGS) 15:15 – 16:00 – Tutoring with former student (junior tutor) on assisted lectures (Pedro Pan, UNIFESP) Neuroscience and the Impulsivity Clinic. Coordination: André Malbergier 16:00 – 16:30 – Neuroscience of habit formation and dependence Social Skills in Autism (Philip Corlett, Yale University) 16:30 – 17:00 – Using the laboratory to study brain learning and decision-making mechanisms (Daniela Schiller, Mount Sinai School of Medicine) 17:00 – 17:30 ¬- Trauma, emotional dysregulation and the genesis of addiction (David Hodgins, University of Calgary) 17:45 – 18.30: The Nosology of Child Psychiatry (Daniel Pine, NIMH) Saturday Morning Challenges of the impulsivity clinic. 08:00 – 09:00 – Transdiagnostic Approach in Psychiatry (David Ross, Yale University) 09:00 – 11:00 – Workshop with David Ross: student’s presentation (10 min) + discussion and comments on student projects (10min). 11:00 – 12:00 – Talk about Career development (David Ross, Yale University). Coordinators: Euripedes Miguel, Jair Mari, Giovanni Salum e David Ross. Saturday Afternoon Introduction to Neuroscience. Coordination: Paulo Sallet (USP). 13:30 – 14:00 – The neuroscience of delusion and hallucination (Philip Corlett, Yale University) 14:00 – 14:30 – Critical perspective in the RDOCS approach and its clinical application would also be interesting (David Ross, Yale University) 14.30 – 15:00 – All for one or one for all? Towards the transdiagnostic approach in the treatment of addictive disorders (Kim Hyoun, University of Calgary) 15:15 – 16:00 – Will the ‘Internet’ and ‘Distance Treatment’ be the future of the behavioral clinic? (David Hodgins, University of Calgary) EVALUATION CRITERIA: Project’s presentation (70%) and discussion participation (30%). OBSERVATIONS: The discipline (lectures and workshops, including students’ presentations) will be ministered in English. Before the class, the student will have to prepare a brief presentation of his/her own project (in English), containing a short introduction, the main research questions and the analysis plan - should be a simple presentation, with few slides and not exceeding 10 minutes.
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