2nd Forum of “Beijing Huilongguan Hospital and Overseas Chinese Psychiatry Medicine Alliance” and 15th Anniversary of Beijing Mental Crisis Research and Intervention Center
Local: Kuntai Hotel
Friday, 17 November
9h00-10h30 Opening Ceremony
9h30-10h30 Hospital and relevant bureaus leaders’ speeches
10h30-11h20 Theme Speech: Prof. Hong Liyi
Host: Dr. Yang Fude
11h20-12h10 Theme Speech: Kenneth R Conner
Host: Prof. Yu Xin
FORUM OF BEIJING MENTAL CRISIS RESEARCH AND INTERVENTION CENTER
Friday, 17 November 14h00-17h30
Theme: Crises intervetion
Host: Tong Yongsheng
14h00-14h30 Development of Studies on Suicide
Michael R. Phillips
14h30-14h50 Characteristics of Attempted Suicide in Shandong
Jia Cunxian Shandong University）
14h50-15h10 Crisis Intervention Techniques
15h10-15h40 Working Concept of “Lifeline”
Leader of Australian Lifeline
15:40-16:00 Suicide Crisis Intervention
Zhou Liang（Guangzhou Mental Hospital）
16h00-16h10 Tea Break
16h10-16h30 Organization of crisis intervention
Host: Liang Hong
Xi Yingjun(Beijing Anding Hospital)
16h30-16h50 Working Standard of Beijing Mental Assistance Hotline
16h50-17h20 Surveillance System of Attempted Suicide in Hospital and Follow – Up Study of 2 to 5 years after Attempted Suicide
Lan Zhichao, Tong Yongsheng
14h30-17h30 THE PSYCHIATRY ALLIANCE LECTURES
Theme: Mental Disorders and Geriatrics
Host: Prof. Liu Tiebang, Prof. Li Tao
14h00–15h00 Diagnosis and Treatment of Alzheimer
Prof. Qiu Weiqiao
15h00–16h00 Family-based genome-wide association study identifies SPNS3 gene associated with major depressive disorder and Alzheimer’s disease
Prof. Wang Kesheng
16h00-16h10 Tea Break
16h10–17h10 Genome-wide Significant, Replicated and Functional Risk Variants for Alzheimer’s disease
Prof. Luo Xingguang
MENTAL REHABILITATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION LECTURES
Host: Prof. Fang Yiru
Saturday, 18 November 9h00-17h30
Theme: Mental Rehabilitation
9h00-9h10 Prof. Guo Fengyi
10h00-11h00 Dilemma of Severe Psychosis Treatment-Taiwan’s Experience
Prof. Yang Yanguang
11h00-11h10 Tea Break
11h10–12h10 Reflections on ‘From De-institutionalization to Recovery-oriented Practice in Hong Kong – A new HOPE
Prof. Lu Delin
Theme: Psychological Intervention
14h30-15h30 The Significance of Psychoanalysis in Psychiatry
15h30–15h40 Tea Break
15h40-17h10 Introduction of Winnicott’s Child and Adult Psychiatry
Prof. Zeljko Loparic (Brasil)
THE PSYCHIATRY ALLIANCE LECTURES (II)
Saturday, 19 November
Theme: Mental illness and Molecular imaging
9h00-9h10 Image Evaluation of the LipiDiDiet and FINGER Programs in the Prevention and Treatment of Dementia
Prof. Li Yawu
10h00–11h00 SZGR: a one-stop shop of schizophrenia-associated genes
Prof. Jia Peilin
11h00–11h10 Tea Break
11:10–12:10 The use of machine learning in imaging and genomic analysis
Prof. Yao Yin
Theme: Biological markers of mental illness
Hosts: Prof. Li Lingjiang, Prof. Xu Yifeng
14h00–14h45 Integration of potential biomarkers from multiple cellular pathways in schizophrenia
Prof. Jeffrey Yao
14h45-15h30 Immunological biomarkers of Schizophrenia
Prof. Tian Li
15h30–15h40 Tea Break
15h40–16h25 Marker of neuromodulators
Prof. Huang Xufeng
16:25–17:10 The latest progress of n-3 unsaturated fatty acid in the treatment of depression
Prof. Song Cai
THE PSYCHIATRY ALLIANCE LECTURES (III)
Theme: Psychiatry, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data
Host: Prof. Lu Lin
09h00-09h45 Early Diagnosis of Depression Based on Social Network and Blog Data Mining
Prof. Zhang Yanqing
09h45–10h30 Knowledge Map of Depression
Prof. Huang Zhisheng
10h30–10h40 Application of Brain Information Wisdom Service in Psychiatry
Prof. Zhong Ning
11h25–12h10 Bioinformatics Research in the Era of Psychiatry Big Data
Prof. Zhao Zhongming
Sunday, 19 November 9h00-12h30
THE PSYCHIATRY ALLIANCE LECTURES (IV)
Theme: Bioinformatics and medical essay writing
Host: Prof. Wang Gaohua
9h00-10h00 Psychiatry clinical research design and SCI thesis skills
Prof. Xiang Yutao
10h00-11h00 Study Designs in Clinical and Genomic Research
Prof. Zhang Fengyu
11h00-11h10 Tea Break
11h10-12h10 Foreign fund application
Prof. Hong Liyi
Professor of Medicine at the University of Maryland, director of the Brain Imaging Research Center at the University of Maryland, director of the first psychiatric clinic at the Maryland Center for Psychiatric Research and director of neuroimaging at the Maryland Center for Psychiatry, with a focus on brain imaging, genetics, clinical trials and nerves Physiological methods to study the etiology and treatment of serious mental illness and addiction (mainly in schizophrenia, depression and nicotine addiction). There are many in-depth cooperation with Beijing Huilongguan Hospital. As director of Beijing Huilongguan Hospital MRI Center, director of the brain imaging research. Published 130 peer-reviewed articles, currently undertaking nine topics.
Australian Wollongong University professor, deputy director of the Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute (IHMRI), director of Translation Neuroscience Center, director of the Department of Basic Medical Sciences guidance. Works have been published since 1993, including three books, nine book chapters, 169 SCI International Journal articles, 21 letters from readers and 158 conference proceedings. The research paper has been cited 3,861 times, the book cited 857 times, H factor 38, papers of 2014 was cited more than 500 times. Since 2002, he has obtained 35 research projects including 9 NHRCC projects, 1 joint Australian Research Council project and 1 Australian Nuclear Science and Engineering Research Project.
Assistant Professor, School of Biomedical Informatics, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston. Postdoctoral training was conducted at the Institute of Psychiatry and Behavioral Genetics at Virginia Commonwealth University and the Vanderbilt University Medical Center during 2008-2009 and 2009-2012 respectively. 2013-2015, Research Associate, Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Jia has many years of experience in interdisciplinary training and bioinformatics statistics, with a particular focus on mental illnesses including schizophrenia, with an emphasis on the interpretation of the genetic structure of complex diseases.
Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Director of Neurobiology and Neuropsychiatry, Pittsburgh Medical Service, and former Professor of the Institute of Peripheral Nerves, Mayo Clinic. PhD Tutor. Over the years he has been engaged in biochemical analysis of neuropsychiatric disorders in oxidative stress, has presided over and assumed a number of NIMH fund projects in the United States, published more than 100 papers in international journals.
MD, PhD supervisor, associate professor of clinical radiology at Kuopio University Hospital in Finland; consultant for brain dementia imaging center, and researcher at Department of Neurosciences, East Finland University. Concurrently, he is a member of the Finnish Radiological Society, reviewer of Chinese Society of Radiology academic of Chinese and foreign academic exchange of MRI, member of editorial board of International Medical Radiology Journal and other positions. Has participated in the United States Harvard University Massachusetts General Hospital MRI Professor SORENSON cooperation in stroke research, responsible for European multi-center study of dementia, published more than 50 international magazine articles, 7 scientific research achievements.
Bachelor of Medicine, University of Hong Kong; Honorary Member, Royal College of Psychiatrists; Chief Executive of Kwai Chung Hospital, Hong Kong, and Head of Networking Services, Mental Health, Kowloon West Hospital. In recent years, we are committed to developing a psychiatric community support service and promoting Kwai Chung Hospital’s reconstruction program. Dr. Lu is also the chairman of the Executive Council of the Hong Kong Mental Health Council and the deputy director of the Hong Kong Jockey Club Prevention Suicide Research Center at The University of Hong Kong. Dr. Lu is an adult psychiatrist who has extensive experience in the management of psychiatric patients admitted under the statutory hospitalization. Recent academic studies include a new generation of psychiatric drug research, mental health rehabilitation, community support for suicidal groups and early intervention services for mental disorders.
Associate Professor, Boston University School of Medicine; member of American Psychiatric Association; Associate Editor of American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry’s journal of Alzheimer’s Disease; reviewer of journal of American Geriatrics Psychiatry and bio-psychiatrist; long-term research goal is to explore the relationship between depression and type II Diabetes patients develop risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease and develop new treatment and prevention strategies. The main directions of the research team are: senile depression and Alzheimer’s disease, brain gut hormones and neurodegenerative diseases; his research “treats amyloid-peptide-mediated synthesis of amylin or amylin analogues , Methods and determination of “research patents. Published more than 40 papers.
Canadian Chinese scientists, Ph.D., National University of Ireland; postdoctoral at McGill University in Canada (ranked 22 in the World University). He was a lecturer at Tsinghua University, an assistant professor at the University of British Columbia (ranked 36), an associate professor at the Canadian Institute of Health and Prince Edward Island University. In 2005 by the Canadian Prime Minister and Congress granted the chief scientist of Psychoneuroimmunology in Canada. He is currently a professor at China Medical University in Taiwan (rank 133), Ph.D., a doctoral tutor and part-time professor at Dalhousie University in Canada. He is also director of the Institute of Marine Drugs at Guangdong Ocean University and Director of the Center for Marine Medicine at Shenzhen Research Institute.
Postdoctoral at University of Helsinki in Finland, researcher, associate professor and academic leader at neuroscience center at University of Helsinki and Finnish Academy of Sciences, deputy director of Laboratory of Psychiatry Research Center at Beijing Huilongguan Hospital; concurrently serving as reviewer for several neuroscience journals; evaluation committee member of Chinese education department in Finland, responsible for the evaluation of Chinese PhD scholarship; has been invited to speak at a number of national and international symposium; mainly has in-depth study on depression, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s and other nervous system diseases. Obtained funds from the Academy of Finland, and the Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission. Published more than 40 scientific papers, the highest impact factor (IF) is 13.95, the total impact factor was 182.41, the total number of cited is 618. In 2014, she was the tenth batch of overseas high-level talents introduced by Beijing Huilongguan Hospital.
Doctoral tutor and Professor of Department of Psychiatry, School of Health Sciences, Macau University. Members of the World Psychiatric Association’s Psychopathological Committee and Urban Mental Health Committee, members of the Mental Health Committee of the Association for the Exchange of Medical and Health Hospitals across the Taiwan Strait, and member of the Mental Health Branch of China Association for the Advancement of Medical Services. From 2008 to 2013, he was assistant professor of psychiatry at School of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. From 2014 to 2017, he was an associate professor at the School of Health Sciences of the University of Macau. From 2017 to now, he is a professor at the School of Health Sciences of Macau University. He is also the Deputy Director of Depression Center of Beijing Anding Hospital Affiliated to Capital Medical University, Visiting Professor of Mental Health Center of Guangdong Province, Visiting Professor of Brain Brain Hospital of Guangzhou, Distinguished Professor of Hebei Mental Health Center, and Distinguished Professor of Mirror Lake Nursing School in Macau. Research areas: Mood disorders, psychiatric clinical epidemiology, psychopharmacology, psychiatric services, psychiatry meta-analysis and other aspects of clinical research.
Professor of Genetics at Columbia University; Distinguished Professor of Modern Anthropology Research Center, Fudan University, Institute of Epidemiology; Associate Professor and PhD supervisor at Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University; US NIH Institute of Mental Illness researcher. Through the study of the genetic pathology of obsessive-compulsive disorder, Dr. Yao Yin analyzed the complexity of genealogy of obsessive compulsive pedigrees (Molecular Psychiatry, 2000 & 2005) and found that the gene pathway which has a significant correlation with the drug treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder (Molecular Psychiatry, 2015). Through the study of tumor genetics, it was first discovered that the pedigree genetic genes of nasopharyngeal carcinoma may be on chromosome 4 (Nature Genetics, 2003), and found non-coding RNAs that are significantly associated with cancer metastasis and survival and suggested that prediction of gene pathway Feasibility of Survival in Cancer Patients (The American Journal of Human Genetics, 2016) established analytical methods and software for finding pedigrees or non-familial oncology genomics (The American Journal of Human Genetics, 2007). Collaborating with Professor Christoph Walsh at Harvard University, the site-directed cloning of aphasia, which causes autosomal recessive cerebellar hypofunction, is driving genomics in the brain (Nature Genetics, 2000). She has rich experience in genetic analysis of genetic susceptibility to complex diseases and published more than 170 papers in international journals.
Distinguished Professor of Taiwan National Cheng Kung University, School of Medicine Department of Psychology; Dean of affiliated hospital; technology expertise: neuroimaging, bio-psychiatry, behavioral medicine; published more than 200 articles of SIC International Journal. He is also Associate Editor of Clinical Psychopharmacology and Neuroscience in Taiwan and co-editor of Scientific Reports and Psychiatry Research.
Has a PhD in philosophy and since 1984 teaches philosophy and history of psychoanalysis at different universities in Brazil and abroad. In 2005 he founded, together with Elsa Oliveira Dias, the Brazilian Society of Winnicottian Psychoanalysis (SBPW). In 2013 he founded and was elected president of the International Winnicott Association (IWA). In 2014 he started teaching the Sino-Brazilian Training Course in Winnicottian Psychoanalysis in Beijing. He authored Heidegger Defendant (1990), Ethics and Finitude (1995), Heuristic Descartes (1997), Kant’s Transcendental Semantics (2000), On Respon-sibility (2003), and Heidegger (2004), Winnicott e Jung (2014), Winnicott´s New Track (2017, forthcoming), co-edited several collective volumes, and published numerous papers in national and international journals on general philosophy of science (Carnap, Kuhn) and philosophy (mainly Kant and Heidegger) and history of psychoanalysis (Winnicott).
2016 to present Professor of Precise Health at Houston Health Medical Center, University of Texas; Dr. Doris L. Ross, Professor and Founder of Precision Medicine Joint Center. 2009-2015, Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Psychiatry, Oncology and Biology, Vanderbilt University; Professor of Lifetime Masters, Professor Emeritus of Ingram, Chief Bioinformatician of Ingram Cancer Center at Vanderbilt University, USA; Director of its Bioinformatics Resource Center.
Ph.D, has a master’s degree from the Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine, Peking University PhD (with the University of North Carolina joint training) and master’s degree of the University of North Carolina, completed postdoctoral research at University of North Carolina and Duke University. He is the chief scientist of the American Institute of Clinical and Translational Research, member of American Neurological Society, member of International Society of Origin and Development of Disease and Health, Mentor for Junior Investigator of American Society of Psychiatry and mentor of Project Committee of Junior Investigator of International Society of Psychiatric Genetics (Mentor Member, ECIP). He has been engaged in human genetics, epidemiology and statistical genetics research at the Duke University Human Genetic Center and the North Carolina Institute of International Trials in the United States and at the National Institute of Mental Health Transsexual Medicine and Johns Hopkins Medicine The Park Lippo Brain Research Institute, engaged in translational medicine research and serves as director and Investigator of statistical genetics, and has published over 100 papers in JAMA, Nature Genetics, Cell, Cell Stem Cell, Molecular Psychiatry and others. In addition, he serves as editor of several international magazines and judges of more than 30 international magazines. His research interests include: Etiology of complex diseases, clinical trials and pharmacogenomics, translational medicine research and methods.
Professor of Computer Science, Georgia State University, USA, and his research interests include hybrid intelligence systems, data mining, health information, green computing, etc. He has co-authored two books, published 18 chapters, published 78 journal articles and 156 conferences, seminar papers. He has served as a referee for more than 70 international journals and has served on the organizing committee for more than 150 international conferences and workshops including Chairman of the Program Committee for the 2013 IEEE / ACM / WIC Network Intelligent International Conference, Chairman of the International Symposium on Informatics Research and Applications, Chairman of the Program Committee of the 7th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering in 2007 and the IEEE International Conference on Computing in 2006, and concurrently chair of the International Journal of Functional Information and Personalized Medicine Editor, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, Associate Editor of the Journal of Computational Intelligence, Editor of the International Journal of Granular Computing; He received the Outstanding Academic Services Award at the 2007 IEEE International Bio-informatics and Bioengineering Conference, Winning the World Congress of Computer Science Achievement Award.
Ph.D., University of Tokyo, Japan. Professor of Japan Maebashi University Graduate School of Life and Information Systems, Knowledge and Information Systems Research Office. Distinguished Specialist of Beijing City (Professors of overseas construction project). Doctoral tutor of Beijing Institute of Technology International WIC Institute. Director of brain intelligence services of Beijing International Cooperation Base for Science and Technology; deputy director of Beijing Key Laboratory of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Brain Information Science, and chief scientist of Brain Information Wisdom Service Team of Beijing Future Network Technology High-tech Innovation Center.