Psychotic Disorders

Our research focuses on the pathophysiology of psychotic disorders, their early detection, and their prevention and treatment.

Research focus

We use a variety of methods including structural and functional neuroimaging, neurocognitive and genetic methods, computational modelling, pharmacological and clinical studies. We are particularly interested in improving prediction of psychotic disorders in young high-risk patients, and in investigating the neurofunctional mechanisms and efficacy of potential innovative treatments such as cannabinoids.

For more information on our current and previous work, visit the following pages:

Group members

  • Professor Stefan Borgwardt (psychiatrist)
  • PD Dr Christina Andreou (psychiatrist)
  • Dr Mihai Avram (psychologist)
  • Dr Alexandra Korda (applied mathematician)
  • Dr Helena Rogg (physician)
  • Dr Simon Schuster (physician)
  • Dr Valerie Trulley (physician)
  • Ole Johannssmann (physician)
  • Mai-Britt Rosengarten (physician)

Publications & Funding

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