Join CVB and our collaborative research partners at the virtual Society of Biological Psychiatry (SOBP) 2021 Meeting on Thursday, April 29th

Join CVB and our collaborative research partners at the virtual Society of Biological Psychiatry (SOBP) 2021 Meeting on Thursday, April 29th

Join CVB and our collaborative research partners at the virtual Society of Biological Psychiatry (SOBP) 2021 Meeting on Thursday, April 29th

Our Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Andreas Jeromin, is Chairing the presentation “Leveraging Systems Biology to Understand Post-traumatic Stress Disorder” on Thursday, April 29th. Dr. Jeromin will be joined by co-Chair and CVB Director of Translational Science Dr. Heather Lasseter and CVB Chief Information Officer Dr. Lee Lancashire.

CVB team members

Join us for our presentation: 
Leveraging Systems Biology to Understand Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

  1. Integration of Multiple Biological Modalities to Characterize Biological Markers of PTSD: Lee Lancashire, Chief Information Officer, Cohen Veterans Bioscience
  2. Combining Proteomics with Genetics to Elucidate the Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in Human Neurons: Greta Pintacuda, Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute
  3. A Cell Atlas of the Human Amygdala: Steve McCarroll, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School; Director, Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute; Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
  4. Integrative Functional Genomic Analysis of Human PTSD Molecular Pathology and Risk: Matthew J. Girgenti, Associate Research Scientist; Yale University School of Medicine; VA CT Healthcare System

 

About the 2021 SOBP Annual Meeting

The 2021 SOBP Annual Meeting will provide an interactive platform for learning and discovery. The meeting program will focus on alternative and transformative frameworks for understanding psychiatric illnesses, and present enhanced and newly emerging tools for measurement and manipulation. Within these frameworks and with these tools, techniques and experimental designs are illustrated that can enhance understanding of psychiatric illness and elucidate the biological pathways and markers of illness processes.