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Check out our new preprint „The German Research Consortium for the Study of Bipolar Disorder (BipoLife): A Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study Protocol“: https://www.researchsquare.com/article/rs-339978/v1.
Our manuscript „Psychopathological syndromes across affective and psychotic disorders correlate with gray matter volumes“ was accepted for publication by Schizophrenia Bulletin.
Our manuscript „Larger bilateral amygdalar volumes are associated with affective loss experiences“ was accepted for publication by Journal of Neuroscience Research.
Our manuscript „A Size-Adaptive 32-Channel Array Coil for Awake Infant Neuroimaging at 3 Tesla MRI“ was accepted for publication by Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.
Our manuscript „DLPFC volume is a neural correlate of resilience in healthy high-risk individuals with both childhood maltreatment and familial risk for depression“ was accepted for publication by Psychological Medicine.
Our manuscript „Effects of polygenic risk for major mental disorders and cross-disorder on cortical complexity“ was accepted for publication by Psychological Medicine.
During the 64. Deutsche Kongress für Endokrinologie Verena won one of the Best Mini Video Prizes for her Video „Shedding light on regional gray matter differences in female brains – how do the menstrual cycle and the intake of ‚the pill‘ shape the female brain?“ (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sZg2rPWsZb-p-Dzt1tsiA7JePOIKnF1C/view?usp=sharing)
Verena won the YARE (Young Active Research in Endocrinology) best thesis award supported by the German Society of Endocrinology (DGE) for her thesis „Investigating the Effects of Sex Hormones on the Female Brain – Necessary Prerequisites and a First Insight on the Influences on Gray Matter Volume“! The award ceremony took place during the 64. Deutsche Kongress für Endokrinologie.
Our manuscript „Association between genetic risk for type 2 diabetes and structural brain connectivity in major depressive disorder“ was accepted for publication by Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bpsc.2021.02.010).