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NCCR-SYNAPSY The Synaptic Bases of Mental Diseases

Researchers and psychiatrists of the Swiss National Centre Competence in Research NCCR-SYNAPSY have joined forces to study the biological basis of psychiatric disorders.
In order to offer patients new perspectives of a cure and a higher quality of life, this innovative union between psychiatry and neuroscience is seeking to better understand the origins of mental disorders, and thus settle upon better diagnosis and treatments.

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Johannes Gräff promoted to associate professor
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Editorial by Camilla Bellone, Carmen Sandi and Philippe Conus
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Dear Colleagues, It is with a profound grief that we are writing the editorial of this issue of the NCCR...
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Synapsy model imitated worldwide

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What will the psychiatry of tomorrow look like?

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Death of Prof. Alexandre Dayer, NCCR Synapsy director

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