Substance use disorders and other addictions – Neurobiology and aetiology
The past 50 years have seen many breakthroughs in the study of addiction, from neurobiology to the molecular identification of…
The microbiome-gut-brain axis in Parkinson’s disease
Over the past couple of decades, the significant role of gut-related processes in the development and progression of PD has…
Brain Imaging for Psychiatrists, Part 1: Introduction and Techniques
Brain imaging technologies have advanced massively in the past two decades. Modern tools such as positron emission tomography (PET), magnetic…
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Inflammation, Accelerated Aging and Structural Brain Changes in Schizophrenia
Over the course of schizophrenia, there is typically a decrease in the size of brain structures. Intriguingly in terms of…
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