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Cutting-edge advances towards personalized mental health

PMHW hosts an internal seminar series for Stanford Research Members, students and affiliates. Please find a schedule of talks for the coming year below:


Please stay tuned for our upcoming 2023 Seminar Series Schedule. Enjoy our recordings below from prior talks.


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JULY 28, 2022

Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, MD, PhD, MSc

Director & CEO 

Central Institute of

Mental Health

Mannheim, Germany

Environmental risk and resilience mechanisms for psychiatric disorders

JULY 7, 2022

Eiko Fried, PhD

Associate Professor of

Clinical Psychology

Leiden University

WARN-D: building a
personalized early warning system for depression

JUNE 30, 2022

Olaf Sporns, PhD

Distinguished Professor of

Psychological and

Brain Sciences

Indiana University

Fine-scale Dynamics in Human Brain Functional Connectivity

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MAY 5, 2022

John P. Hegarty II, PhD

Instructor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Stanford University

Biomarkers for targeting the neurobiology of neurodevelopmental disorders

MARCH 24, 2022

Weidong Cai, PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Stanford University

Dynamic brain mechanism in cognitive control function and dysfunction

Recording Not Available

MARCH 17, 2022

Anish Mitra, MD, PhD

Research Track Resident & Postdoctoral Fellow of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Stanford University

Temporal relationships in
resting state fMRI

Recording Not Available
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JANUARY 20, 2022

Adam Pines, PhD Candidate


Graduate Group

University of Pennsylvania

Multimodal Approaches to Delineating Neurocognitive Development

JANUARY 6, 2022

Neir Eshel, MD, PhD

Clinician-Scientist & Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Stanford University

Neuroeconomics of Dopamine Release

NOVEMBER 12, 2021

Lorenzo Pasquini, PhD

Assistant Professor in Residence of Memory and Aging Center

University of California San Francisco

Frontotemporal dementia, dynamic connectivity, and psychedelics: Distinct windows on salience network function

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