On a mission for mental health
Mental disorders have a strong impact on humanity and society, without sparing the younger generations. The lack of knowledge inhibits the emergence of ways in which to improve life trajectories. The mission of the Synapsy Centre for Neuroscience and Mental Health Research is to solve this through research, training and knowledge transfer.
Synapsy on LuxRadio
Une émission de radio exceptionnelle fera plonger les auditeurs au cœur de l’esprit humain et les emmènera dans le passionnant monde de la recherche sur la santé mentale.
Synapsy Progress Report – 22q11 and beyond
As you know, we have launched the "Synapsy Centre Progress Reports” – an opportunity for two research groups (clinical and pre-clinical) of the Centre to present their research on a given topic. One or two person(s) per group will present their current work with the goal of fostering interactions between Centre groups. All meetings are open to All within the Centre and you are strongly encouraged to participate. Our first session took place last April and hosted the groups of Marie Schaer and Camilla Bellone.
SSBP 42th Annual Meeting – ”Precision Psychiatry: Are we there yet?”
The 42nd Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Biological Psychiatry will be held at the University Hospital of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Bern.
symposium in honour of Prof. Guido Bondolfi
On September 20, 2023, the Department of Psychiatry is organizing a symposium in honor of the retirement of Prof. Guido Bondolfi, médecin-chef de Service of the HUG's Liaison Psychiatry and Crisis Intervention Service, full professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Geneva's Faculty of Medicine, and member of the Synapsy Centre for Neuroscience and Mental Health Research.
A member of our Synapsy commuity wins the 1st Prize of "my thesis in 180s”
In May, the University of Geneva organized the 7th edition of the regional final of Ma thèse en 180 secondes, allowing UNIGE doctoral students to present their research within the framework of a scientific popularization contest emphasizing relevance and eloquence.