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Comic book "Enlighten Your Clock" – Launch event & expert talk

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Oct 21, 2021 04:39 PM

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Prof. Daniel J. Smith (Keynote)
@University of Edinburgh (UK)
Daniel Smith joined the University of Edinburgh as Chair of Psychiatry and Head of the Division of Psychiatry in 2021. He has a longstanding clinical and research interest in the causes and treatment of bipolar disorder. More recently, his work has focused on the genetic epidemiology of mood disorders, data science and mental health informatics research, comorbidity between mental and physical health problems, and sleep and circadian neuroscience approaches to understanding mood disorders. His research and clinical work have been recognised by several awards, including the American Psychiatric Institute Award for Bipolar Disorder (2007), the Association of European Psychiatrists Research Prize (2007), the British Medical Journal Innovation Team Award (2014) and a Lister Institute Research Prize (2016). He is PI for MRC-funded SCRAMS (Sleep, Circadian Rhythms and Mental Health in Schools) Network.
Dr Manuel Spitschan (Moderation)
@University of Oxford (UK)
Manuel Spitschan is a University Research Lecturer at the University of Oxford. After his studies in Psychology at University of St Andrews in Scotland (UK), he completed his PhD at the University of Pennsylvania (US). Following a post-doctoral fellowship at Stanford University, he joined the Department of Experimental Psychology in Oxford in 2017. His research focuses on the visual and non-visual effects of light on humans and how to study them in lab and field. In addition to his research activities, he is a member of the Daylight Academy, the immediate past Chair of the OSA Color Technical Group, and active in two CIE Technical Committees. In 2022, he will start a Max Planck Research Group at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen (DEU), with a joint appointment as Assistant Professor at Technical University Munich (DEU).
Coline Weinzaepflen, M.sc. (Live illustration)
@University of Basel (CH)
Coline Weinzaepflen holds a bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Strasbourg (FRA), in which she spent a year studying abroad at the University of Montreal (CA). She graduated in summer 2021 with her Master of Sciences in Neurobiology from the University of Strasbourg (FRA). Manuel Spitschan was her supervisor during her 6 months internship at the University Psychiatric Clinics Basel in Basel (CH). Besides her studies, she kept drawing and started freelancing in press illustration and comic cartoons. The comic book came along at just the right time since she wanted to lean herself toward Science Communication and Journalism. She is now taking a gap year in her studies to develop this activity further.