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What's in a Name? New Nomenclature for Psychoactive Drugs Hopes to Bring Clarity to Prescribing
17 June 2016. A task force is advocating a new system of naming psychoactive drugs that will replace traditional indication-based names....
Parental Age and Risk of Mental Illness: More Than Mutations
7 June 2016. The relationship between parental age and risk for common mental disorders such as schizophrenia and autism has captured a great deal of attention...
News Brief: Athina Markou Dies
25 May 2016. The psychiatric research community will be saddened to learn that Athina Markou died on May 18....

Fall Hallucination Meeting in Chicago
The first North American meeting of the International Consortium on Hallucination Research (ICHR) will take place September 25-28, 2016, at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Registration is now open for both the two-day scientific meeting and the additional one-day clinical workshop on September 28.
The meeting organizers, Sarah Keedy of the University of Chicago, Cherise Rosen of the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Nev Jones of the Felton Institute, invite researchers to submit abstracts up to the poster deadline of August 1. The meeting will follow a Research Domain Criteria approach "focusing on voices and hallucinations across the older boundaries of categorical diagnosis."
Watch Recording for Psychiatric Neuroimaging Webinar
John Krystal, Alan Anticevic,
Deanna Barch, Randy Buckner, Daniel Weinberger
On June 6, 2016, SRF advisor John Krystal moderated a discussion among Alan Anticevic, Deanna Barch, Randy Buckner, and Daniel Weinberger on critical issues in the interpretation of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data in psychiatric research.

The webinar recording is now available for viewing.
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