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Meet our editorial board
Christoph U. Correll
Edmond J Safra Professor of Neuropsychopharmacology in the Division of Brain Sciences Imperial College London.
David has held many leadership roles in psychiatry and neuroscience, including Presidencies of the European Brain Council, the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP), the British Neuroscience Association and the British Association of Psychopharmacology. He was also Dean of Clinical Medicine at the University of Bristol and is currently the founding chair of Drug Science a charity that provides unbiased information about drugs and drug policy. He is a Fellow of the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Psychiatrists and has an honorary Doctor of Laws from the university of Bath.
His medical training was at Cambridge University and Guy’s Hospital London. After a spell in neurology to MRCP, he undertook psychiatric training in Guys and then Oxford continuing there as a lecturer and then later as a Wellcome Senior Fellow in psychiatry. He then spent two years as Chief of the Section of Clinical Science in the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism in NIH, Bethesda, USA. On returning to England in 1988 he set up the Psychopharmacology Unit in Bristol University, an interdisciplinary research grouping spanning the departments of Psychiatry and Pharmacology before moving to Imperial College London in December 2008 where he leads a similar group with a particular focus on brain imaging especially PET
He edited the Journal of Psychopharmacology for 28 years is a psychiatry drugs advisor to the British National Formulary. He has published over 500 original research papers, a similar number of reviews and book chapters, eight government reports on drugs and 36 books.
He broadcasts widely to the general public both on radio and television including BBC science and public affairs programmes on therapeutic as well as illicit drugs, their harms and their classification. He also lecturers widely to the public as well as to the scientific and medical communities. In 2010 The Times Eureka science magazine included him in the 100 most important figures in British Science, and the only psychiatrist and in 2013 he was awarded the John Maddox Prize from Nature/Sense about Science for promoting evidence in the face of political pressure.
McGill University Research Centre for Studies in Aging, Montréal, Québec, Canada.
His special interests include consensus approach to the management of Alzheimer’s disease across its different stages, the ethics of research involving persons with dementia, and prevention strategies against cognitive decline associated with aging.
Serge Gauthier, CM, CQ, MD (retired) completed his medical studies at the Université de Montréal, Neurology training at McGill University, and a Research Fellowship in Professor TL Sourkes’ laboratory, Allen Memorial Institute, Montreal. He was clinical investigator and staff neurologist at the Montreal Neurological Hospital and Institute (1976–1986), Director of the McGill Centre for Studies in Aging (1886–1996), and Senior Scientist of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Canada’s Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies (CIHR-Rx&D) program (1997–2007). Serge Gauthier is currently Emeritus Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry at McGill University. He was a recipient of the Order of Canada in 2014 and the Ordre national du Québec in 2018.
Serge Gauthier’s contributions to research include design and implementation of randomized clinical trials in order to establish the safety and efficacy of cholinesterase inhibitors, memantine, and agents possibly modifying the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. He has published over 700 peer reviewed articles and 35 books, and is currently leading the McGill team writing the World Alzheimer Report 2022 on Post-Diagnostic Support for Dementia.
Neurologist and Professor at the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dr. Lim is a Neurologist and Professor at the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where he runs a busy clinical practice specializing in Parkinson’s and related disorders. Dr. Lim has published extensively in these areas, in major scientific journals such as Lancet Neurology, Annals of Neurology, Neurology, JAMA Neurology, Movement Disorders, Nature Genetics, etc.
He has been an active member of the International Parkinson & Movement Disorder Society (MDS), being closely involved in multiple Committees (previously Chair of the MDS Asian-Oceanian Section [AOS] Education Committee; and currently Chair-Elect of the MDS-AOS) and Task Forces (for Evidence-Based Medicine, Palliative Care, Movement Disorders in Asia; PD Diagnostic Criteria, etc.).
With a strong commitment to teaching/training, Dr. Lim has organized numerous teaching courses on Parkinson’s & movement disorders, and delivered and/or participated in >200 international-level lectures and expert panels (in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Australia, Japan, Singapore, China, India, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Brunei, Myanmar, United Arab Emirates, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, etc.). These have included Plenary Lectures at MDS Congresses (Toronto 2011, Dublin 2012, Nice 2019, Philadelphia/Virtual 2020) and at the World Parkinson’s Congress (Kyoto 2019).
Professor of Psychiatry, The Zucker Hillside Hospital, Glen Oaks, New York.
John M. Kane, MD, is Professor of Psychiatry at The Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell and Director of the Institute of Behavioural Science at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research. Dr. Kane earned his medical degree from New York University in New York, New York, and completed his internship and residency in Psychiatry at The Zucker Hillside Hospital. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr. Kane is the recipient of many awards, including the Lieber Prize, The APA’s Kempf Award and Foundations Prize, the New York State Office of Mental Health Lifetime Achievement Award, The Dean Award from the American College of Psychiatrists. He has served as President of the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology, the Psychiatry Research Society and the Schizophrenia International Research Society. Dr. Kane has been the principal investigator for research projects focusing on schizophrenia, psychobiolgy and treatment, recovery, and improving quality and cost of care. He is the author of over 800 peer-reviewed papers and serves on the editorial boards of numerous journals.
Prof Philip Gorwood, MD, PhD. Head of CMME, Hospital Sainte-Anne (Paris University) and head of team 1 (INSERM U1266), Institute of Psychiatry and Neurosciences of Paris (IPNP).
Professor Gorwood has published over 300 scientific articles and 24 book chapters. Professor Gorwood studied medicine from 1982-1988 and specialised in psychiatry in 1988. He is currently full Professor of Psychiatry at Sainte-Anne Hospital (CMME department, with 60 beds), teaching at the University of Paris. He is Head of the Team 1 of the 1266 unit (Institute of Psychiatry and Neurosciences of Paris), of the French lnstitute of Medical Research (INSERM) devoted to the genetic vulnerability of psychiatric and addictive disorders.
Professor Gorwood has published over 300 scientific articles (h-index=45) and 24 book chapters. He has served on 16 editorial boards for journals in psychiatry, neuroscience, and genetics, and was for 12 years editor-in-chief of the journal European Psychiatry (IF=5.1). He is now the immediate past-president, member of the Core Organising and Scientific Committee (COSC), Executive Committee (EC) and board member of the European Psychiatric Association (EPA). He joined the scientific advisory (SAB) board of the ECNP for addictive disorders in 2009.
Senior Clinician-Scientist, National Research Council of Singapore; Associate Professor at the Departments of Pharmacology and Psychological Medicine, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, and Director of the Memory Aging and Cognition Centre, National University Healthcare System.
Dr. Chen’s pre-clinical studies were at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, and his clinical training was at New College, Oxford. He was elected the Janssen Junior Research Fellow at Worcester College, Oxford and was a Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Neurology, London.
His major research and clinical interests are in neuroimaging, molecular biology and treatment of stroke and dementia. He has published over 500 peer reviewed papers, is the PI for several clinical trials, serve on journal editorial boards and has been a member of trial steering committees and advisory panels.
In 2021, Dr. Chen received the Singapore Translational Research Investigator Award which recognises and supports internationally renowned and outstanding investigators in Translational and Clinical Research.
Currently he is President of the Asian Society Against Dementia, Secretary-Treasurer of the Asian & Oceanian Association of Neurology and past-chair of the International Society for Vascular Behavioural and Cognitive Disorders.
Professor and Chair of the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Charité University Medicine, Berlin, Germany and also Professor of Psychiatry at The Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, New York, USA.
Professor Correll completed his medical studies at the Free University of Berlin in Germany, and Dundee University Medical School in Scotland. He is board certified in general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry, having completed both residencies at The Zucker Hillside Hospital in New York City. Since 1997, he has been working and conducting research in New York, USA, and since 2017 he is also working in Germany again.
Professor Correll focuses on the identification and treatment of youth and adults with severe mental illness, clinical trials, epidemiology, psychopharmacology, meta-analyses, and the interface between physical health and mental health.
He has authored or co-authored over 800 journal articles that have been cited more than 62.000 times and received over 40 research awards for his work. In March 2023, his H-index was 132 in Google Scholar and 99 in Web of Science.