The winners of the 2017 EPA Research Prizes have now been selected.
Ten Research Prizes of €2,000 each were awarded to Early Career Psychiatrists working in Europe, who published the best scientific papers in 2016.
Clinical Psychopathology and Refinement of Psychiatric Diagnostic Categories
Aurélie LASERRE (Switzerland)
"Prospective association of depression subtypes with cardio-metabolic risk factors"
Rafaella CALATI (France)
"Is psychotherapy effective for reducing suicide attempt and nonsuicidal self-injury rates?"
Biological Correlates and Treatments of Mental Disorders
Alkomiet HASAN (Germany)
"Association of structural brain changes with response of rTMS"
Anna-Clara HOLLANDER (Sweden)
"Refugee migration and risk of schizophrenia and other non-affective psychoses"
Psychiatric Epidemiology, Social Psychiatry and Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Mental Disorders
Niels OKKELS (Denmark)
"Traumatic Stress and Risk of Subsequent Schizophrenia or Bipolar Disorder: A Nationwide Cohort Study"
Petr WINKLER (Czech Republic)
"Deinstitutionalised patients, homelessness and imprisonment: systematic review"
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Thomas LANCASTER (UK)
"Polygenic Risk of Psychosis & Ventral Striatal Activation Reward Processing in Healthy Adolescents"
Dennis RAVEN (Netherlands)
"Time-to-treatment of mental disorders in a community sample of Dutch adolescents. A TRAILS study"
Best paper published in European Psychiatry
Nikolina JOVANOVIC (Croatia/UK)
"Burnout Syndrome among Psychiatric Trainees in 22 countries"
Sarah CARGNIN (Italy)
"BDNF Val66Met and clinical response to antipsychotic drugs: A systematic review and meta-analysis"
The Selection Committee is composed of the EPA President, EPA Past President, EPA President Elect and a European Psychiatry editor.