Awards

AWARDS:

Award recipient:  Tiziana Quarto

Date: JUN 2019

Description: 
First prize poster session, international conference “How the brain How the brain makes a difference”, for the scientific work : “Mismatch in schizophrenia brains” T. Quarto, G. Pergola, A. Tavella, L. Fazio, G.Tancredi, B. Commisso, G. Blasi, A. Bertolino.

Organization providing the award: University of Bari 'Aldo Moro'



Award recipient:  Linda Antonucci

Date: MAY 2019

Description: Selected for the LMU Incoming Research Fellowship, within the Marie Sklodowska Curie COFUND scheme (Horizion 2020), for the project “Identification of classical and real-life markers of functional outcome trajectories in people at clinical high risk for psychosis (I-CREATE)”.

Organization providing the award: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München



Award recipient:  Linda Antonucci

Date: MAY 2019

Description: Rising Star Showcase presentation award for the project “Classification of Schizophrenia using Machine Learning with Multimodal Markers” (authors: Linda A. Antonucci, Giulio Pergola, Dominic Dwyer, Silvia Torretta, Raffaella Romano, Barbara Gelao, Nora Penzel, Antonio Rampino, Giuseppe Blasi, Nikolaos Koutsouleris, Alessandro Bertolino).

Organization providing the award: Society of Biological Psychiatry


Award recipient:  Linda Antonucci

Date: FEBRUARY 2019

Description: Travel Award within the LMU Excellent program for the Rising Star Showcase Presentation “Classification of Schizophrenia using Machine Learning with Multimodal Markers” (authors: Linda A. Antonucci, Giulio Pergola, Dominic Dwyer, Silvia Torretta, Raffaella Romano, Barbara Gelao, Nora Penzel, Antonio Rampino, Giuseppe Blasi, Nikolaos Koutsouleris, Alessandro Bertolino).

Organization providing the award: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München



Award recipient:  Pasquale Di Carlo

Date: JANUARY 2019
Description: Travel Award for the Schizophrenia International Research Society 2019 Conference - Orlando, Florida



Award recipient:  Giulio Pergola

Date: DECEMBER 2018

Description: Publons Peer Review Award 2017 - Top 1% of peer reviewers in multidisciplinary fields  

Organization providing the award: Publons




Award recipient:  Linda Antonucci

Date: APRIL 2018

Description: Travel award for the study “Predicting Schizophrenia: Identification of Multimodal Markers of Disease through a Machine Learning Approach” (authors: Linda A. Antonucci, Giulio Pergola, Dominic Dwyer, Silvia Torretta, Maria Teresa Attrotto, Raffaella Romano, Barbara Gelao, Antonio Rampino, Giuseppe Blasi, Nikolaos Koutsouleris, Alessandro Bertolino).

Organization providing the award: Schizophrenia International Research Society




Award recipient:  Giulio Pergola

Date: NOVEMBER 2017

Description: Best oral presentation in the XXV meeting of the Italian Society of Psychophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience. Presentation title: “Co-expression of schizophrenia genes in the thalamus and prefrontal cortex is associated with thalamo-prefrontal connectivity during attentional control”.  

Organization providing the award: Società Italiana di Psicofisiologia e Neuroscienze Cognitive




Award recipient:  Giulio Pergola

Date: APRIL 2017

Description: Seal of Excellence: Awarded for scoring 91.8 % in the Global Fellowship project entitled: “Identification of Brain Developmental Gene Co-expression Networks to understand Risk for Schizophrenia”.

Organization providing the award: Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions




Award recipient:  Giulio Pergola

Date: MARCH 2017

Description: ICOSR Young Investigator Award: Travel award to attend the 16th International Congress on Schizophrenia Research (waiver for the registration fee and a travel stipend of 1,000 USD). Oral presentation entitled: “Bromocriptine Challenge Affects Working Memory Processing in Humans Depending on DRD2-Related Genes”.

Organization providing the award: Schizophrenia International Research Society




Award recipient:  Linda Antonucci

Date: APRIL 2016

Description: Poster award (Sponsor: NPJ schizophrenia) for the study “Thalamic medio-dorsal connectivity during attentional control measured with Independent Component Analysis is associated with familiar risk for schizophrenia and with a Polygenic Risk Score” (authors: Linda A. Antonucci, Paolo Taurisano, Leonardo Fazio, Raffaella Romano, Giulio Pergola, Roberta Passiatore, Pasquale Di Carlo, Barbara Gelao, Alessandro Bertolino, Giuseppe Blasi)

Organization providing the award: Schizophrenia International Research Society














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