Congratulations to Professor Barry Everitt
Congratulations to Professor Barry Everitt on the joint award of the 25th annual Neuronal Plasticity Prize of the Fondation Ipsen for his pioneering work in the domain of “Neuropsychology of drug addiction” and for his election to President-elect of FENS.
Royal Institution article names Barbara Sahakian amongst the top women in science
Adiscussing top women in science includes within the list of possible candidates the Department of Psychiatry’s Professor Barbara Sahakian.
Molecular Autism receives highest Impact Factor
Thomson Reuters has awarded an Impact Factor of 5.486 to the open access journal Molecular Autism, the highest for any journal dedicated to autism or related neurodevelopmental conditions.
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