Daniel Freeman and Elizabeth Tunbridge speak about the latest research in mental healthcare, using techniques ranging from genetics to virtual reality.
13th October 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The next talk in our Health Matters series of talks discusses the latest developments in mental health care.
Oxford Health clinical psychologist and Oxford University researcher Dr Daniel Freeman (pictured) will talk about his latest research on the causes and treatments of paranoia, including using virtual reality simulations.
This talk is being held in association with the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre, and Dr Elizabeth Tunbridge from Oxford University will also be discussing how genetic studies can enhance our understanding of mental health conditions.
The event is free, but booking is strongly recommended.
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